Interested in taking your first cruise? Here are some ideas

There are many different kinds of cruises. There are cruises for history lovers, or is art more your thing? Are you looking for a relaxing cruise with just the one you love, or are you looking for something you can bring your extended family on? Are you someone that loves to eat fine food and maybe want learn how to make some more interesting dishes yourself?.. And I haven’t scratched the surface of the types of cruises that are out there. If you’re thinking about taking your first cruise, today we are going to talk about some options that might work well for you.

  • We’re going to talk about Carnival first. They are definitely a cruise that would be good for large families. You can get a cruise with them for around eighty dollars per day per person. They focus on the popular destinations of Mexico, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean. And they’ll also have plenty to do on board their ships. I have heard that they are one to always be looking for a tip wherever you go.
  • Norwegian Cruise Lines has huge ships that they want to fill, and so they’re usually sending out deals. They are going to take you pretty much anywhere that you want to go. I don’t think they have much going on in Africa or Antarctica, but those are the only exceptions that I can think of. You are going to get a lot of free entertainment, think Broadway and concerts. They offer a lot of restaurants that will not charge you anything extra for eating there. Norwegian is a very flexible cruise company, they want everyone to have everything they want when they want it.
  • Royal Caribbean is the cruiseline for families with tweens and teens, because they cater to that age group. Royal has all kinds of activities for this group that is often harder to please. They’ve developed youth programs that work well with this group. And they even have spas for this younger set. These programs will make them feel grown up while giving you peace of mind.

We will continue this discussion on Monday. Please let me know if you have any questions.

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