A Guide To Choosing The Best Cruise Line

 

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Whether you are new to cruising or an old hand, there are indeed many cruise lines that offer an extensive range of short and long-term cruises, which can seem daunting to the traveller. The cruise holiday industry is huge, and there are a lot of cruise lines that offer cruises to popular destinations all over the world, and with that in mind, here are some tips to help you make an informed decision when choosing your next cruise.

Family Cruises

The Carnival Cruise Line have a kid’s program from 2 years old and up, with more than adequate kiddies’ pools with slides, where you can really have some fun with the children. The menu is also very ‘kid-friendly’, which really does help, as some children can be fussy eaters. You can rely on their trained staff who will engage with your kids while you, the parents, spend some time together. Disney Cruise Line is an obvious choice for young families, as its staff knows how to engage the young passengers, and with nurseries for kids from 6 months and up, mum can even enjoy some alone time in the sun.

Romance Cruises

If you are looking for a romantic getaway, P & O Cruises offer great destinations that include remote islands, where you can have some time to be together in a deserted island setting. Romantic dinner-dances would also be on the menu with a romantic cruise, while Carnival Cruises also run routes that are ideal for those who want some seclusion. If you search online, you can find cruises from Melbourne to some really exotic destinations. You can make the booking of your choice and prepare for a cruise you will never forget.

 

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Senior Cruises

Hollande America has mid-sized ships that are ideal for mature people, with afternoon, tea, cooking and art lessons, plus other life-enriching activities, and whether you fancy a few days or a few months of cruising, Hollande America is perfect for those in their later years, while another suitable provider is The Cunard Line, who operates trans-Atlantic voyages in the classic style, with lots of formal dinner and dance venues. You can play bridge, or indulge in bowls, or engage in any of the varied activities designed for those who are over 50s.

Solo Travellers

You might be surprised to learn that solo cruising is very popular. Hollande America and Crystal both specialise in cruises for singles, and with the right combination of social engagement and self-time, you get to choose if and when you socialise. There’s something special about taking a cruise on your own. The only way to experience it is to book a short solo cruise that leaves Sydney or Melbourne and you can spend some quality time alone.

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All of the top cruise lines offer an excellent deal, so it is just a question of finding a cruise that goes where you would like to visit and is designed for your specific lifestyle. If you search online for a leading Australian cruise operator, they would offer cruises from all the major cruise lines, and there are always special offers and last-minute deals if you are flexible.

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