Discover the big benefits of our small-ship cruises
Our sister ships offer the best of both worlds. All the luxury of a boutique hotel, but with views from your balcony that change every day. It means you’ll wake up in an exciting new destination, just waiting to be explored.
These elegant smaller ships carry no more than 987 guests on each cruise. It means a less-crowded atmosphere, and high levels of personal service with one member of staff for every two guests.
Love your first cruise, or your money back!
We’re so confident you’ll love your first cruise with us, that we’re happy to make a special guarantee. So if for any reason you don’t love your time on board, we’ll give your money back!Find out more
Meet our Captains
Find out more about the Captains at the helm of our ships.
Captain Kim Tanner
Working his way up from Staff Captain to fully-fledged Master, Captain Tanner has been at the helm of Saga ships since 2017.
Hailing from Jersey, Captain Tanner now calls the Spanish island of Majorca his home. Despite being our youngest Master he has been "messing around in boats since he could crawl", and has worked at sea professionally for almost 15 years, including service as a Chief Officer for P&O and Cunard ships such as QM2.Read more
Captain Darin Bowland
A Canadian by birth, but also proudly of "English, Scottish and Irish" descent, Captain Darin Bowland is an experienced Master, having previously held positions with Royal Caribbean, Holland America and Carnival, and starting his career as a cadet with the Royal Canadian Navy in 1985.Read more
Captain Jason Ikiadis
Captain Ikiadis first went to sea in 1986, and has held many positions since, working up the ranks to captain for cruise lines such as Azamara and TUI.
“Call me CJ” says our Master, who comes from a long line of seafarers, including his own father who was a ship captain, and his paternal grandfather who was in the Royal Navy. “Following in their footsteps was inevitable” he says.Read more
Captain Krešo Volarić
Captain Krešo was born in Rijeka, Croatia where he spent most of his childhood messing around on boats; it was inevitable that he would one day make it as a Master on one. His career began as a Cadet in 1991, allowing him to complete his BSC degree in Nautical Studies and Maritime Transport and Technologies in 1997. He first started on variety of container, cargo, reefer ships, followed by passenger ferries before joining the cruise industry.Read more