Saturday, December 27, 2008
Tips for Planning a New Years Cruise
Cruises can be a lot of fun, and it is a different way to vacation. Planning a vacation over a holiday, such as New Year’s can be a great experience and a fun getaway from the holiday. What a fun way to ring in the new year than on a cruise ship.
Start planning early. Because of the holiday season and a lot of people like to plan vacations during this time of year, it is best to book your cruise well in advance. You will have a lot more choices as to dates and rooms when you book earlier than later.
Decide where you want to go. Each cruise has a different path and a different destination. You can cruise just about anywhere, and you have to decide what you would like to see and do. Research the internet to see different itineraries to make a decision.
Pick a style of cruise. There are many different styles of cruises. There are some for adults only, and there are family cruises. There are also cruises which just go out to sea, as well as ones with many different ports. You need to decide which cruise fits your lifestyle best and meets the needs of your vacation.
Check for cruise deals. If you have the time to meet with a travel agent or spend some time searching the internet for deals, you can save yourself a lot of money. If you are a last minute shopper and are not too picky on your cruise, you can save a lot of money because they want to fill the ship.
Understand onboard rules and regulations. Especially with the holidays, they may have certain rules and regulations that you will need to abide to. Check to see what they are, and if they are any different because of the holidays. They may also have special events because of the holiday, and you will want to know if there is any differences.
You can have a lot of fun on a cruise over the New Year holiday. It is a great way to ring in the New Year and have fun. Celebrating the new year with friends and family at sea is a priceless moment, which you can make your dream a reality if you know how to plan ahead.
Photo: Bernie Condon