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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.

China, Korea, Japan Knitting Cruise (Mar 2016)

Springtime is a great time to visit China, Korea and Japan when the trees are flowering and the temperatures are mild.  Join Gayle Roehm and Lily Chin on a 16-day knitting cruise adventure visiting the main sights along the way.  Shop for yarn at prices far below those in North America on this knitting cruise adventure from Hong Kong to Tokyo.

Tulip Time Knitting Cruise (May 2016)

Take a delightful cruise along the Dutch and Belgium waterways in the spring when the tulips are in full bloom.  Discover the rich history and beauty of this region while cruising in luxury onboard the Ama Prima sailing roundtrip from Amsterdam.  Join Chris Bylsma on this springtime adventure where you'll see the "tulip carpets" at Keukenhof Gardens and the greatest concentration of windmills in Kinderdijk.

Fjords and Highlands Knitting Cruise (May 2016)

Cruising roundtrip from Copenhagen this Fjords & Highlands itinerary visits the best ports in Norway and the British Isles including stops in Shetland, Scotland, Isle of Skye and Newcastle Upon Tyne.  Join Shetland knitting expert and the world's fastest knitter, Hazel Tindall, on this knitting cruise adventure.

Baltic Knitting Cruise (June 2016)

Cruise with Russian lace expert Galina Khmeleva on our next Baltic knitting cruise aboard the brand new ms Koningsdam.  Join fellow knitters on this knitting adventure where you will learn new knitting skills, meet local designers and shop for yarn in some of the most inspiring countries in the world where many knitting traditions were born.  

Transatlantic Knitting Cruise (July 2016)

Following the passage used by the Vikings, this fabled voyage has become one of our most popular knitting trips. Join knitting expert Maggie Jackson on this knitting cruise sailing from Rotterdam to Boston visiting Denmark, Norway, Shetland, Iceland, Greenland, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia on a voyage of a lifetime onboard Holland America Line's popular ms Rotterdam.

Canada and New England Knitting Cruise (Oct 2016)

Cruise along the Canada & New England coast with Ann Budd on a knitting cruise where you will enjoy the fall colors and some of North America's most scenic and culturally rich seaports.  Enjoy history, lobster and some of the best yarn shopping in the region.

Christmas Markets on the Rhine (Dec 2016)

Kick off the Holiday Season next year in Switzerland on this Christmas Markets knitting cruise with Chris Bylsma. Join other knitters while visiting the best ports and craft markets along the Rhine 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.

Antarctica & South America (Jan 2017)

Visit Antarctica and South America on this knitting adventure with the knitting world's original "Nautical Knitter," Lucy Neatby. Join Craft Cruises and other knitters on this 21-day cruise and you'll be sure to have the trip of your lifetime!  The unparalleled beauty of the region combined with the warm and inviting hospitality of the people and vibrant South American knitting culture will give you great memories and will enable you to enhance your yarn stash with gorgeous South American yarn.  Learn new knitting techniques with expert knitter Lucy Neatby while onboard and in port shop for South American yarns such as Malabrigo, Manos del Uruguay and Araucania among others.