ctav
Contributor Level: Captain

Which Cruise Line has the most User Friendly On Line Cruise Search?

It's only my opinion that Carnival once had a very user friendly on line search for a cruise but in their quest to better it, has made it very unfriendly.

 

Your opinion.

 

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AuntPinkie
Contributor Level: Captain

I agree completely!  I wish Carnival had stayed as it  was.  I find Princess is not very difficult. I have only perused the others, so I won't comment.

BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain

None of them.

meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

RCI isn't that bad.. I've never tried doing a search on other sites though. 

Johngold
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

Princess,

Because it is my favorite site I can work it pretty good. the next one in the line would be NCL. Worst is Carnival and Royal Caribbean.

ToddTheCruiser
Contributor Level: Staff Captain

I always use the CCL website.  I think it is very easy and user friendly.

twangster
Contributor Level: Captain

I use a 3rd party website that allows me to narrow down my search results, then I switch to the cruise line websites once I know what I want.  I dislike Carnival's latest web design.  RCI and NCL also work best once you can focus more on the ship and date you are looking for.

 

As a solo cruiser I would love a site that allowed me to more easily find the rare break for single supplements that are getting more and more difficult to find.  Even NCL who has many ships with solo cabins doesn't always make it convenient to find the best rates for solo cabins until you are looking at a single ship/itinerary.  

OldGreyWolf
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

The RCL site is pretty good and I also like the NCL site which is the one I tend to visit most since that is who all my cruises have been with.

SimonCommunity
Moderator
Contributor Level: Captain

Ya'll do know we have both a user-friendly cruise search and an exclusive Cruise Genius, right?

No need to go any further for your cruise search needs!

meghad23
Contributor Level: Captain

Thats what I use! But sometimes I need more cruise line specific info... But for all intensive pricing options, I like the features here... Its how I ended up booking our September cruise!

 

coasterking
Contributor Level: Cruise Director

CCL.  I pick everything out, then just before I book on line (Carnival makes thing simple), I call the Carnival booking pro.  Sometimes they have a cancellation not posted yet, so I tell then what I done, they call it up and they book it for me.  When I think I got a good cabin, the booking pro suggest a different cabin(my pro has been on a lot of carnival ships).  Haven't made a bad choice yet using this method

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