Can I afford a cruise?
What do I get for my money?
Will I feel bored or confined on board?
Never! Think of a cruise ship as a floating resort on par with any Las Vegas megahotel. Onboard activities begin at dawn and go into the wee hours of the night. The scenery is constantly changing and every port is filled with new and exciting opportunities for exploration.
What can I do on a ship?
That depends on the ship, but generally the larger ships will have the most activities. You may wish to lounge on deck by the pool with a good book, sign up for exercise or cooking classes, swim, play bingo or bridge or gamble in the casino. You might take in a Broadway-style floor show or a magician’s act, enter a talent show or a putting contest, take a dance class, get a massage or attend a lecture.
How long do cruises last?
Is airfare included in my cruise price?
What’s a shore excursion?
Are all cruise ships the same?
Will I need a passport?
Is a cruise suitable for families with kids?
Are cruises suitable for single travelers?
Are cruises really that popular?
You better believe it! More than 20 million people will cruise in the next year, and cruising routinely earns the highest ratings in customer satisfaction among all vacation categories. Once you try it, you’ll be hooked.
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