Would you intentionally take a cruise where you didn’t know what ports you’d be visiting?  Itinerary changes due to storms got me thinking about this.  I know it isn’t logistically possible, cruise lines plan their port stops years in advance and all the information is on the internet from numerous sources, but just imagine…

I’m picturing a Southern Caribbean cruise from San Juan (on your favorite cruise line, so you know you’ll enjoy it!) with at least 5 port days – but there are dozens of ports within sailing distance and you don’t know where you are visiting until you wake up each morning!  Or maybe you find out when you get that newsletter in your room each night so you can fall asleep thinking about it.

I bet there are a few people who experience travel this way (their spouse planned/booked the cruise and did most of their packing).  For the sake of argument, let’s say you can book whatever shore excursion you want in each port without worry.  Would you book a cruise where you didn’t know what specific ports you’d be in each day?