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How much does it cost to use the spa and the gym on cruise ships?

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On most ships, using the sauna comes with a fee. - Photo by ajkkafe / Thinkstock

Looking for rest and relaxation on your next cruise? Or need to work off last night’s dessert? Most cruise lines include access to the gym in the cost of your cruise, and offer fitness classes for a fee. And while spa treatments and many classes are charged a la carte, on many lines, you can still enjoy the saunas and steam rooms free of charge. Here’s a breakdown of the cost to enter the gym and spa:

Cruise Line Spa

Gym

Azamara Club Cruises Free to use relaxation room and saunas.

Free to use equipment and machines, and for yoga, Pilates, spinning, and core classes. Prices vary for other classes.

Carnival Cruise Lines Free to use steam rooms and saunas. There is a fee for entering the Thalassotherapy pool and thermal suite on Carnival Breeze, Carnival Dream, Carnival Magic, Carnival Splendor, and Carnival Sunshine. Free to use equipment and machines. Fitness classes cost $10 each. 
Celebrity Cruises Free to use saunas. There’s a fee for the Persian Garden.

Free to use equipment and machines, and for basic strength and stretching classes. Prices vary for specialized classes.

Costa Cruises $50 for a 1-day pass.  Free to use equipment and machines, and for basic strength and stretching classes. Yoga, Pilates, and spinning classes cost $16 each.
Crystal Cruises Free to use relaxation area, sauna, and steam rooms. 

Free to use equipment and machines, and for all group fitness classes. Bottled water, headphones, and mats are provided.

Cunard Line Free to use steam rooms and saunas. 

Free to use equipment and machines, and for basic classes. Yoga, Pilates, and tai chi classes are $12 each. Personal training sessions are $65.

Disney Cruise Line Free.  Free to use equipment and machines, and for yoga, Pilates, aerobics, stretching, and spinning classes. Personal training sessions are $82.
Holland America Line

Free to use shower room. 

Free to use equipment and machines, and for basic strength classes. Yoga, Pilates, and spinning classes are $12 each. Personal training sessions are $85.

MSC Cruises Free to use sauna and steam rooms on MSC Divina Free. Yoga, Pilates, aerobics, and spinning classes cost $10 each.
Norwegain Cruise Line $39 per day. Free to use equipment and machines, and for Zumba® classes. Prices vary for other classes.
Oceania Cruises Free to use steam rooms and saunas.  $25 for 1 day, $60 for 3 days, $100 for 5 days, and $175 for 10 days. Fitness classes are free.
Princess Cruises Free to use shower and changing rooms.  Free to use equipment and machines, and for stretching and abs classes, pool, and wellness seminars. Yoga, Pilates, body composition, TRX®, and boot camp classes can be purchased in sets of 3 for $30.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises Free to use steam rooms and saunas.  $25 for 1 day, $60 for 3 days, $100 for 5 days, and $175 for 10 days. Fitness classes are free.
Royal Caribbean International Free to use relaxation room and sauna. Free to use equipment and machines. Prices vary for group fitness classes.

Seabourn Cruise Line

$30 per day for the thermal suite, or $180 for a pass for the cruise duration. 

Free to use equipment and machines, and for yoga, Pilates, and tai chi classes.

Silversea Cruises Free to use sauna and steam rooms. There’s a fee to use the relaxation area and whirlpool on Silver Spirit

Free to use equipment and machines, and for aerobics, yoga, Pilates, and circuit-training classes. Personal training sessions are available for a fee.

Windstar Cruises Only have treatment rooms.  Free to use equipment and machines, and for yoga, stretching, and abs classes.

Zumba is a registered trademark of Zumba Fitness LLC.
TRX is a registered trademark of Fitness Anywhere LLC.


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