Staff, 2022-10-14 14:18:00,
On a quest for some vitamin D as the winter nights draw in? One way to get your fix is by taking to the sea for a cruise, docking in locations that shine while the UK turns grey. Here’s the best of the bunch.
Main photo: the Great Australian Bight, which Azamara’s Christmas cruise of Australia will cross (Getty Images)
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1. Central America, Star Clippers
In 2023, the tall-ship line Star Clippers will return to Central America for the first time in almost a decade, visiting Costa Rica and Nicaragua. Watch the warm breeze filling the sails of the 166-passenger Star Clipper, a four-masted barquentine straight out of the golden age of ocean travel. You’ll have a week of swimming, snorkelling, kayaking and wildlife watching, with visits to Costa Rica’s…
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