texassea
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

The Cruise Industry is not a non-profit organization.

The cruise industry is about the dollar so when you book a cruise read all the fine print. Ask questions before, during and after booking so there will be no surprises at the end of your cruise.

Don't get me wrong the cruise lines want you to have a great time and will work hard to give it to you. Just know it takes some dollars to make it happen.

Plus there are plenty of tips out there on how to cut down on all to the extra fees. Check them out!

Tags: Cruise fees

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Jamesc1
Contributor Level: Second Mate
i would not say non profit but you can get crazy travel deels
won alaska cruse $300 per pers port fees and alaska should be on your bucket list
cruisinSusan
Contributor Level: Third Mate
They certainly make a profile, but sometimes they go above and beyond. Have you seen this news story? http://ow.ly/lmR9H

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