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Monday, May 1, 2017

The Best Cruises in the World

We all do love to explore new place. One kind of transport is the CRUISE. Often the best way to explore new places is traveling by a luxurious cruise ship. Most of the cruise offer experiences that are extra ordinary above all. Despite the risk we’re all still eager to get our sea legs.

Cruises are a wonderful way to escape from the everyday and to experience destination that you may never have the chance to visit again. It’s an all-inclusive vacation complete with food, entertainment and an ocean view. Like any other travel, cruising also has its high and lows you should be prepared for anything. Today’s cruises are decked out with amenities for kids of any age, baby sitting for babies and toddlers and activities for the adults.

Below are some of the cruise lines which are considered to be the best in the world. Most of these ships include snow rooms, spa service, swimming pools, and others that offer the travelers an extraordinary stay.

CRYSTAL CRUISE: This cruise is the luxurious cruise provider which has begun offering an all-inclusive package to customers. This cruise has two ships- CRYSTAL SERENITY and CRYSTAL SYMPHONY. Both these ships have packages that have all-inclusive amenities, dining in the ships restaurants, complimentary wines and spirits, non-alcoholic beverages.Crystal cruise is expanding into the river cruise and yatch sectors, the cruise attracts a crowd of retirees and older professional, crystal symphony is smaller than serenity.

DISNEY CRUISE: Like its land based theme parks, Disney cruise line caters especially for kids and kids at heart. The ships are designed for the whole family, with amenities like spilt bathrooms and extra spacious cabins. The Disney offers 3 nights sailing to the BAHAMAS to 12 nights Mediterranean, which includes Spain to France, Monte Carlo, Italy, Greece, Turkey and Malta. Every minute Disney Cruise is crammed with parties, characters autograph sessions, broad way-esque musicals, movies, games and 1800 foot water play area for little ones .There’s a pirate themed play area and kiddie focused activities like treasure hunt or dancing lessons with snow white.

CARNIVAL is one of the least expensive cruise lines, so it is ideal for families on a budget. This line is known for providing loud, party-like atmosphere, so be prepared carnival cruise may not provide relaxing experience .The children’s area contain the usual activities the other cruise lines provide. One cool feature on the carnival magic is an on-board social networking tool. FUN HUB as it’s called is a shipboard intranet portal that offers teens info on daily activities.

ROYAL CARRIBBEAN INTERNATIONAL: It is the first to bring a major cruise ship to Asia Year round. They have 8 different cruises designed to meet your range, vacation length and destination goals, right from the 3 nights best of Malaysia cruise to 145 night exotic Asia Cruise.

This ship is also family oriented. They include H2O zone Water Park, flow rider surf simulator, full sized boxing ring, ice rink, massive rock wall, and presidential family suite. Teen scan enjoy themselves at the night club and hang out area. Younger kids have a lot of entertainment on hand from science projects to pottery making and books.

NORWEGIAN CRUISE lines has the best concept for families, FREE STYLE cruising. That means you can do what you want, when you want including eating dinner at any time, there is no need to stress that you’ll be late for your dinner seating. In addition to a youth program that features cirque du soleil style activities, arts, crafts and video games. The teen program offers 20 team sports and themed night-time events.

HOLLAND AMERICA: This cruise doesn’t offer big name but there’s a lot to be said about Holland cruise. They have activities like swim parties, Olympics style competitions,karaoke and pyjamaparties. This cruise is especially for teenagers. The Loft is an entire deck offered to teens withjuice bars, night club etc.

OCEANIA RIVERIA CRUSIES: The pricing structure is more a la carte than all inclusive. It spends its time sailing in the Caribbean, Mediterranean and greenisles. Most people travelling on these cruises are American or Canadian,but you will come across some Australian,Brits and travellersfrom European countries. This cruise is mainly known for its myriad dinning venues including speciality restaurants. Foodies might also wish to pay a visit to the well-equipped culinary centre on board. Riviera has its self-centred cooking school that offers a hand on experience with 12individual cooking stations with extra fees.


1 comment:

  1. Norwegian Cruises are my favourite :) I have been on DFDS Pearl Seaways and Silja Lines and both are beyond wonderful..I think everything about Norway will make you fall in love with it :)


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