Think about how you normally travel to your vacation destination. It’s typically via car or plane. Neither are an incredibly fun way to travel. You’re stuck in a single seat, wearing a seat belt, trying to find a snack or a good movie or a decent podcast to listen to in order to pass the time. But what if your travel time took place on a floating hotel? Imagine going to sleep in your cruise cabin in Nassau and waking up in St. Thomas. Think about the convenience of not having to unpack and repack all of your stuff every time you went from one locale to another. These are a few of the many benefits of cruising.
Cruises are an amazing way to see little pieces of a lot of the world. There are party ships and more relaxing ships. Tropical cruises and Alaskan cruises. European cruises and Canadian cruises. One potential strategy for travel is to take a few cruises and see different parts of the globe, and based on what you see you can decide if you would want to go back to a specific spot you briefly visited on a cruise and have a longer stay.
Picking the right cruise for you is an important part of ensuring you get the most possible enjoyment out of your trip. Every cruise line is different, and even within cruise lines there can be large variations in activities or quality between ships and itineraries. I can help you narrow down the numerous choices out there to what best suits your desires for your vacation.