The Selling Sizzle
- Allows visiting many destinations without ecessive packing and unpacking
- All-inclusive experience
- Provides guaranteed costs for many program elements, including food and beverage
- Chartering can provide a very customizable program experience
- Wide array of activities from which to choose
- Great balance of busy days in port and relaxing days at sea
The Real Deal
- Ships in virtually every size and quality level
- Popular cruising areas include: Africa, Alaska, Antarctica, Australia/NewZealand, Bahamas, Bermuda, Caribbean, Canada/New England, Costa Rica, Cruises to Nowhere, Europe, Europe River Cruises, Galapagos Islands, Hawaii, Mexico, Orient and Asia, Panama Canal, South America, Tahiti & South Pacific, Trans-Atlantic, World Cruises
Cruising is a one-of-a-kind travel experience and has increased in popularity, for both groups and individual travelers, in recent years. Offering multiple destinations without the hassle of packing and unpacking, 24-hour food options and plenty of entertainment, today's cruise lines continue to build new ships that are bigger and better than their predescesors. Destinations options span the globe and offer a wide array of activity and tour choices to fit any tastes or lifestyle.
Available in any price range and service level, there is a cruise to fit any budget. From all-inclusive yacht sailing to the largest mass market ships, cruises offer an excellent way to know most travel costs up front.
What to Pack
- Variable based on climate and area of the world
- All cruise lines provide an extensive up-front itinerary that tells passengers recommended attire for each evening
- Charter cruises can customize attire
- Most cruise ship include certain gratuities in the overall cost of cruising.
- For additional gratuities for on-board service personel, cruise lines typically provide recommended amounts for each positions.
- All gratuities can be pre-paid for group programs.