by Matt Alderton | February 15, 2016
High-end corporate meetings and incentive trips are on the rise, and more and more companies are looking for unique destinations, according to cruise meeting and incentive specialist Landry & Kling , which recently released its list of the "Top 10 Cruise Ships for Top-Tier Corporate Events":

10. Crystal Serenity (Crystal Cruises)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "All-suite ship with contemporary style; abundant space; award-winning, intuitive service; numerous dining and entertainment options. Crystal Serenity has earned more 'World's Best' awards than any other cruise line, resort, or hotel in history."

9. Seven Seas Mariner (Regent Seven Seas Cruises)


Why Landry & Kling picked it: "Spacious, all-suite, all-balcony ship with generous amenities including choice of free shore excursions in every port. Features Canyon Ranch SpaClub, a variety of plush lounges, four complimentary restaurants. Free Wi-Fi for top suite guests."

8. Azamara Journey (Azamara Club Cruises)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "Warm personal service, comfortable social spaces, and six distinctive dining options (including a chef's table) on a boutique-style ship. Each voyage includes a complimentary evening shore event for an in-depth destination experience."

7. Silver Spirit (Silversea Cruises)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "All-inclusive, all-suite ship offers European luxury with personal butlers for every suite; a variety of shipboard diversions, fine dining, and entertainment choices. Starting in 2016, guests have free Wi-Fi throughout the ship."

6. Europa 2 (Hapag-Lloyd Cruises)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "Experience the pinnacle of casual luxury on the world's top-rated ship. All-balcony suites, highest staff-to-cruise guest-ratio, highest space per passenger at sea, seven gourmet restaurants, impeccable service, and sophisticated design."

5. Seabourn Quest (Seabourn Cruises)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "All-suite ship with gourmet dining comparable to finest land restaurants, opulent two-deck spa, white-glove service in a relaxed, sociable atmosphere. Six inviting meeting venues include Seabourn Square living room-style lounge."

4. Wind Spirit (Windstar Cruises)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "Experience the thrill of sailing on a yacht large enough to entertain your group, yet small enough to tuck into tiny harbors. Features fine dining, onboard entertainment, pool and watersports platform, plus complimentary local Private Event."

3. SeaDream I (SeaDream Yacht Club)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "Casual luxury yacht with inviting public rooms, five-star cuisine on or in the Dining Salon, and crew of 95 to spoil your group. Retractable watersports marina, signature 'Champagne & Caviar Splash' in the Caribbean surf."

2. National Geographic Orion (Lindblad Expeditions)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "The smallest premium ship cruising Europe's coastline is the only one with a fleet of Zodiacs, kayaks, and bikes; plus Lindblad-National Geographic's expedition team. Spacious and modern, with a variety of venues offering panoramic views."

1. Avalon Siem Reap (Avalon Waterways)

Why Landry & Kling picked it: "All-suite river vessel where wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows open to transform living space into a large, open-air balcony. Chic design, modern comforts, intimate group experience, and destination immersion."

Source: Landry & Kling