Details: Relax with a wellness-themed cruise through New England's islands and historic ports about American Cruise Line's American Star. Zen out with a morning yoga session, loosen up the joints with group walks in places like Nantucket or Block Island, or connect with your inner artist during a painting class. There will also be a presentation on health-conscious cooking and eating, and advance booking for spa treatments in port. Rates for the seven-night sailing start at $3,245 per person.
Details: This fall you can embark on a vacation that will help you improve both your mental and physical well-being. As you sail roundtrip from Port Canaveral to Nassau, St. Thomas and St. Maarten on this weeklong cruise aboard Carnival Dream, you'll get to attend a host of holistic workshops, classes and events led by renowned professionals. Each day you can choose from various morning exercise classes including yoga and tai chi in addition to classes and seminars on such topics as relationships, ecotherapy and integrative medicine. You will even have exclusive access to a "spa menu" in the ship's restaurant as well as admittance to private parties throughout the sailing. Rates start at $1,147 per person for an inside cabin.
Details: The variety of dining and exercise options make cruises ideal vacations for families with children who have diabetes. This school break-timed holiday cruise aboard Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas will include nutrition and fitness workshops, special events for kids and group dinners. The cruise sails roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale and stops in Cozumel. Rates start from $538 per person for an inside cabin; for every cabin booked, $100 will go to diabetes research.