texassea
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

Great tips for the first timers...

Go to the link below for some tips on things to consider before booking a cruise. Great info from my pal Doug over at Cruise Radio.

http://cruiseradio.net/10-things-to-consider-before-booking-your-first-cruise/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+cruiseandblog%2FhXuX+%28Cruise+Radio%29

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amberjackson
Contributor Level: Purser
ty for the info
Kinch
Contributor Level: Third Mate
"Know before you go what you want to spend and it’ll make it easier to stay on track. One trick I’ve used before is cash. I take a certain amount of cash to pay for on board and port expenses and when it’s gone, I know I’m done spending (I just keep putting the cash down on my onboard card at Guest Services to cover on board spending)." Not a bad idea! When you're having fun and you've had a few drinks it's easy to hand over a credit card without realizing how much you're spending. Not so with cash. Still, you should exercise extreme caution when carrying more than $100 in cash, especially when flying (keep it in your carry-on) and in port (don't wave it around).

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