Ready for a Different Type of Cruising?

There is a growing interest in cruising the Great Lakes.  Perhaps it a reflection of the instability overseas that more Americans are looking to stay home and take vacations domestically.  Here is one idea to get you thinking of new adventures in cruising. 

 

https://www.cruiseindustrynews.com/cruise-news/17472-interest-surges-for-great-lakes.html

 

 

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7 Answers

I'm waiting on cruising on the ISS. Wink

We grew up in Wisconsin and Illinois, so we’ve seen much of the Great Lakes area, but I’m sure we’ll be looking at these itineraries sometime in the future.  So many cruises, so little time!

I'd look into a Great Lakes cruise,  being a CA native I have never been to that part of the US.   I do wounder what the prices will be like since it is a US cruise they may have to pay the crew much better then the international cruises like Pride of Hawaii? 

I read up on those Great Lakes cruises a few months ago and they are very interesting to me.  Great itineraries.  The prices though are just too high for me. 

I grew up in Ontario and have spent a lot of time on the Great Lakes for vacations, so m not interested in seeing some of the ports mentioned, but the St Lawrence seaway would be nice. 

I've grown to like the larger ocean-going ships with several sea days out of sight of the land. Not sure I would enjoy this.

 

I'm not sure either but one way to find out.  I'll have to give it a go someday.

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