CatValentine
Contributor Level: Third Mate

Learn about Cruse lines. Is it fun?

1. What cruise or cruises have you taken?
2. What was the most important reason you decided to try out cruising?
3. What were the other motives you had for cruising?
4. Were you reluctant in any way about taking a cruise? What caused this reluctance? Did the actual cruise change your mind?
5. Now that you've tried out cruising, what's the best thing about it?
6. Do you plan to take another cruise? If yes, what kind of cruise will it be? (Destination, Cruise line, number of days)

Tags: #cruiseline #firsttimer #

1 Answer

glomarrone
Contributor Level: Admiral

I have cruised on 50 cruises including Celebrity, NCL, RCCL, HAL, Princess, Carnival, MSC, Home Lines and others.  The most important reason for me to cruise is price.  Taking kids along on vacation was expensive.  We could do it a lot cheaper on a cruisi.  The kids went off on their own and had their own fun and we felt that they were safe out of our sight under the supervision of counselors.  I also like unpacking only once and not having to drive to points of interests.  I was concerned about sea sickness but it was onkly a problem once on a particularly difficult crossing.  The berst thing for me about cruising now is that I can get to see many different countries at one time and have someone else organizing my itinerary.  I also enjoy the evening shows on board ships.  Yes, I have already booked my next cruise.  It is a river cruise through France on two Back-To-Back cruises on different ship with a high speed train trip in between.  I can't wait. 

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