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Current Featured Cruises

Our programs are hand-crafted to create experiences that are impossible to duplicate when traveling alone. No matter which trip you choose, you'll be exposed to new cultures, given unique opportunities to meet the locals and form new friendships that will last a lifetime. You'll learn about history, art, flora, fauna, food, and nature in ways that would be impossible on your own.

Select from one of our pre-designed trips outlined below. If you don't see the trip you have in mind please send us a message with your destination and instructor wish list and we'll use your feedback to develop new trips. Most of our trips are repeated every year, every other year or sometimes every 3-5 years.

Musk Ox & Glaciers (May 2014)

Musk Ox & Glaciers is our most popular trip to Alaska and in 2014 we invite you to join Ann Budd and other knitters on this cruise adventure of a lifetime. Set sail from Vancouver to Seward and then extend your stay to include the Musk Ox Farm and Denali National Park.

Alaska Knitting Cruise (July 2014)

Seattle is the preferred choice for cruising to Alaska because of its superb location, convenient air connections and an itinerary that includes Sitka, a favorite Alaska port for many. Join us on this knitting cruise with Craft Yarn Council Certified Teacher, Gwen Bortner for a week of learning, exploration and meeting other knitters.

Baltic Knitting Cruise (August 2014)

Cruise the Baltic, meet local designers and shop for yarn in some of the most inspiring countries in the world where many knitting traditions were born. Join Galina Khemelva and Donna Druchunas on this knitting adventure visiting Netherlands, Germany, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Denmark and Sweden when the weather in this region is at its best.

Ireland Knitting Cruise (August 2014)

Join Chris Byisma and fellow knitters on a 14-day cruise around Ireland, the Scottish highlands, and the Fjords of Norway. While not on deck taking in the breathtaking scenery, enjoy a variety of knitting classes while traveling between ports. For knitters wishing to fill in the gaps between their skills and the history behind where and how the techniques were developed, this is a must-take trip.

Transatlantic Knitting Cruise (August 2014)

There's nothing more fabled than a Transatlantic crossing and this itinerary is one of the best. Set sail from Copenhagen to New York visiting Norway, Shetland, Faroe Iceland, Greenland and Canada along the way. Join Mary Jane Mucklestone and other knitters on this voyage of a lifetime.

Hawaii Knitting Cruise (Nov 2014)

This 17-day knitting cruise visits some of the best ports in Hawaii. This cruise includes a night passing of one of the world's most active volcanos, Kilauea, giving cruisers the chance to watch blistering hot lava meet the sea. This cruise has a nice balance of days at sea, where knitters will enjoy classes with renowned instructor Beth Brown-Reinsel, and time in port to participate in fun activities with fellow knitters.

Craft Markets & Fiber Adventure (Dec 2014)

Cruise Europe's most fabled waterway, the Danube, during the most festive time of year, Christmas. There's nothing quite like the feeling you get when visiting Europe's festive markets during the holidays. Enjoy sparkling lights, festive music, colorful decorations and tantalizing aromas such as spiced wine, crepes, roasted chestnuts, waffles and gingerbread filling the brisk winter air. Combine this with meeting local knitters and shopping for yarn and you've got the ingredients for a trip of your lifetime.

Craft Markets & Fiber Adventure (Dec 2014)

Cruise Europe's most fabled waterway, the Danube, during the most festive time of year, Christmas. There's nothing quite like the feeling you get when visiting Europe's festive markets during the holidays. Enjoy sparkling lights, festive music, colorful decorations and tantalizing aromas such as spiced wine, crepes, roasted chestnuts, waffles and gingerbread filling the brisk winter air. Combine this with meeting local knitters and shopping for yarn and you've got the ingredients for a trip of your lifetime.