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Coastal Cruises

Botanica’s hand-picked custom designed coastal ships are often the most innovative on the water. Accommodating from 30 up to 100 guests they are the perfect way to discover the gardens, history and iconic sights of each region.

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Take in panoramic vistas and enjoy some of the world’s most enchanting places and sights from the comfort of your ship.

  • Sail the coast of Croatia in wildflower season
  • Explore remote areas of the British Isles
  • Visit Scottish Gardens & Norwegian Fjords
  • Explore Japan in Cherry Blossom Season
  • Sail Patagonia to see the wildflowers
  • See remote New Zealand by small ship

Coastal Cruises

Cruise the British Isles, the Baltic Sea and the Dalmatian Coast aboard our fleet of exclusive Small Ships on botanically themed coastal cruises.
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Venture along the historic shores of Japan on this incredible Small Ship cruise.  Explore ancient castles, peaceful gardens and opulent temples in spring enjoying bursts of colour from magnificent tree peonies, Japanese azaleas and peach blossoms in the early spring 
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Immerse yourself in the raw allure of this incredible continent, as Botanica takes you to the wonders of Chile, Argentina and Brazil.Your Small Ship cruise will take you to Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia where you will be amazed by the diversity of South America's plant life in the spring.
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Aboard the MS Caledonian Sky explore New Zealand's spectacular coast including remote Stewart Island and venturing into the incredible fiords of the South Island including Milford Sound. Enjoy Zodiac rides in the beautiful Dusky and Doubtful Sounds. See breathtaking landscapes  as well as visiting  coastal towns and gardens.

In all we had a fantastic holiday. We would recommend Botanica to all who'll ask.