3 secrets to booking a cruise online
We’ve covered secrets to finding cheap airfare and booking hotel rooms, but there’s another vacation option that I know plenty of you probably love. I am, of course, talking about cruises.
I have relatives who take up to three cruises a year and can’t get enough of them. They love the food, entertainment, exotic locations and just hanging out as the boat chugs along. Of course, that’s all less enjoyable if you feel like you overpaid, or you picked an option that you later regret.
Fortunately, there are some ways you can make sure your cruise goes off without a hitch.
Not every cruise line is created equal, and neither are a single company’s ships. Some cruise companies cater to families, while others target couples or older and younger demographics.
One cruise ship might have tons of entertainment options, specialty dining rooms, climbing walls, water parks, onboard Wi-Fi and everything else you need to squeeze every second of fun out of a long ocean journey. Other ships might have the bare minimum to get you from port to port, which is fine if you’re more interested in the stops than the journey.
A larger cruise ship tends to hit major ports and spend more time at sea, while small ships can get to harder-to-reach places like the Alaskan shoreline. You get the idea.
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