How you travel is as important as your destination.
I have a passion for any venue of travel and a cruise vacation is one of my favorites. My first cruise vacation was over 25 years ago and I have very fond memories of all my cruise adventures including my most recent Alaskan cruise.
Are you thinking of a cruise vacation? Where to go – how to decide?! The choices can seem endless. There are theme cruises: dancing, music, poker, culture, sports, food fests, wine tasting (“sip & sail”), Christmas markets. If you can think it, there probably is a cruise that features your theme.
A cruise vacation is a fun-filled way to travel for families, couples, groups, singles and solo travelers. If you are cruising as a family and you would like some adult time, there are clubs and social activities for children and teens which they will absolutely love. Also, some cruise lines offer babysitting services (for a fee). Everyone gets to have fun and spend quality time together.
Consider fundraising cruise events, business meetings, conventions, and incentive travel. As you can see, anyone and everyone is invited.
Cruise lines and their ships have their own personality. Ocean or river cruise? Small ship, mid-size or mega ship? Domestic, international or exotic? Budget friendly or price no object? Type of accommodation – interior, oceanview stateroom or suite? Where do you meet your ship? There may be a port near where you live, a short drive or you may need to fly to the cruise port. Of course it’s important to consider your personal preferences and as travel designers we take all your personal interests into account when booking your trip.
“The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever.” - Jacques Cousteau
If you have never cruised and you have some concerns (seasickness, too confining, etc.), I would suggest a 3 or 4 day cruise to get a taste of shipboard life. I doubt that you will be bored or feel confined. You will receive a daily activity agenda filled with all sorts of things to do and see. You can do “everything” (but there are not enough hours in the day) or do “nothing”.
Last but not least what is your budget? This can answer many of your other questions.
There are so many choices and decisions - as travel agents we can assist you in planning your cruise journey or any travel adventure. See our website for travel information and you can always contact us for further details – not every travel offer is listed.
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