Booking a cruise is a wonderful option if you’re looking for an all-inclusive vacation choice. The purchase price includes most of the food and entertainment. When you step foot on a cruise ship, it’s like you’re stepping into your own floating city.
If you’re thinking about booking a more exotic cruise than your typical Caribbean cruise like one that leaves from and/or stops at international ports, you’ll want to make sure you have everything you need in order to have a carefree vacation. Besides your regular documentation, there are other things you need to consider (like a visa) before embarking on your journey. … Read the rest “What You Should Consider When Booking a Cruise Visiting International Ports”
My family and I decided on a semi-last minute cruise on the Carnival Conquest. This was my first time sailing the Conquest. Even though she’s an older ship, she was still beautiful and was able to accommodate my family’s needs.
Thus far in my cruising career, I’ve cruised three cruise lines: Carnival, Royal Caribbean and now MSC (Princess is up next). Before cruising MSC, I would say that for the most part everything is about the same. On most American cruise lines, you already know what to expect and each line just adds their own flavor to the mix. … Read the rest “Here’s What’s Different About Cruising MSC”
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