Going on a cruise usually means indulging in all the french fries, ice cream and margaritas you can handle, and cutting back—or slacking entirely—on your workout routine.
But one new line, Blue World Voyages, is targeting a slightly more active clientele.
The company’s 350-guest luxury vessel is designed for people who have super active lifestyles and might cringe at the idea of spending a week stuffing their faces and doing little more than working on their tan. (Not, of course, that there’s anything wrong with that—it is vacation, after all.)
Onboard, guests will find yoga, spinning and TRX studios, along with golf simulators and batting cages. Once the ship docks, you’ll be able to go on runs, hikes, bike rides and surfing and diving expeditions. Sport-specific cruises dedicated to running, biking, golf and yoga are also planned. The running cruise, for example, will dock somewhere for a full marathon.
Food-wise, expect fresh, healthy and locally sourced meals. (Because of course.)
Basically, if you’re the type of person who uses vacations to relax and unwind, you might want to stick to Carnival. If you’ve been to more than five hotel gyms around the world, consider it. Weeklong trips will cost around $3,500 (not including port charges and airfare).