The majority of this line's 17 ships sail the rivers of Europe, with five based in Egypt, India, Vietnam and Cambodia, and South America. Wherever you are, the ship's ornate decor is matched to the destination. So if you're cruising the Danube on S.S. Maria Theresa, expect Baroque splendor befitting a Hapsburg monarch; in India, Ganges Voyager II has colonial British decor, including hand-painted murals in the suites. Because Uniworld's parent company owns the five-star Red Carnation Hotel Collection (Ireland's Ashford Castle is among its properties), the ships' hotel operations are first-rate. Nearly everything is complimentary, including airport transfers, beverages (aside from some top-shelf brands), Wi-Fi, gratuities, and almost all shore excursions. Starting in 2016, the line's excellent butler program is being rolled out to suites on almost all European sailings.