Cruise check-in (embarkation day) is an exciting and chaotic time. It is the gateway to a fun-filled vacation of which people dream. However, to make that passage you must go through various steps at home and the port. With a little forethought and planning, you can make your cruise less
Cruise lines provide a lot of information about their company and the cruises they sell. Even so, there is other information that can benefit cruisers. This article addresses six things that cruise lines do not tell passengers that can save them time, money, and frustration.
Here are a few excellent lessons Cruise Passengers Can Learn from the Coronavirus Pandemic There are many lessons that cruise passengers can learn from the coronavirus pandemic. The four in this article relate to proper planning. These points are important to cruisers but are often ignored for a variety of
As the coronavirus pandemic quickly spread around the world, countries closed borders, many people quickly became ill and died, and businesses and economies came to a standstill. One of the hardest-hit industries was the cruise industry. All river and ocean cruise lines eventually ceased operations. With the COVID 19 virus continuing to spread throughout the United States and other parts of the world, the resumption of cruise operations is in limbo, even as states and countries try to restart their economies. This article addresses the question of when will cruise lines start sailing again.