The Truth about Going OVERBOARD on Your Next Cruise
Contrary to what some travelers may think, cruising is generally a much more affordable way to travel in comparison to most land vacations. It’s actually much easier to keep yourself from overspending on a cruise because so many amenities are included in your fare.
Because there is so much to do on-board a cruise ship, oftentimes travelers think that taking advantage of all the various amenities like world-class dining options, comedy shows, musical concerts and activities will cost them extra. This couldn’t be further from the truth! In fact, cruising includes almost everything.
Your cruise fare includes:
- Your stateroom (with your own bathroom)
- Many delicious dining options (including room service)
- Various entertainment options
- Different group activities for people of all ages
- Childcare during the day (so you can relax while they play!)
However, there are a few things that are not included in your cruise fare that might make you go a little overboard on your spending. These include:
- Alcohol & specialty drinks
- Specialty restaurants
- Shore excursions
- Spa treatments
To learn more about how to save while cruising, contact our knowledgeable and friendly agents at CruiseExperts.com. All of our travel agents are Cruise Line International Association-accredited and will help answer any questions you may have. Call us today at 1-888-804-CRUISE (2784) or visit our website, www.CruiseExperts.com. Sign up for our email newsletter InnerCircle for exclusive offers and last minute cruise deals. Be the first to know about upcoming cruise specials. Join today!
Kimberly Wheeler joined the team at CruiseExperts.com in September 2014. Her role as a Social Media Marketer is to pass on the expertise of the agency to help travelers understand the world of cruising through blogging. Kimberly has an extensive background in Public Relations and Marketing and a passion for engaging the public. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication and Journalism with an option in Public Relations from Fresno State University in May 2014.