Website recommends putting time into planning a cruise
The website Silver Travel Advisor has offered up some recommendations that should help anyone planning their first cheap cruise
or a family cruise.
They say that holidaymakers should put time into planning a cruise – pinpointing how they want to spend each day at seas.
Meanwhile, one of the more humorous pointers is to remember that cruise vessels are known at "ships" rather than "boats". Those who are inexperienced cruisers can be spotted through this mistake!
They remind us that people prone to seasickness can still take cruising holidays
, because modern ships use technology to create a gentle ride. They also say it isn't true that cruises have to be pricy: "They can be, but many aren’t and the keyword is value," the site says.
"One of the great joys of cruising is that there will be a ship for everyone, according to age, interests and tastes," it also explains.
Cruise expert Jane Archer recently said that "the advantage of the smaller ships is that they can get very close to [certain] places."
Posted by Nicole Maher.