One of the most important factors is price. The cabins on a cruise ship are divided into categories that correspond with price tiers. Typically your categories appearing earliest in the alphabet (AA, AB ect.) are designated as Villas, Suites, Penthouses etc. "B" Category are usually balcony and "C" are usually ocean view. From there, categories continue down the alphabet where the lower you go, the fewer amenities you can expect. So, determine your price point first and look at the categories of cabins that fall into that range. Next, use the brochure or the company's website to pull up a specific deck plan. Some things you will want to consider: 1.) The very back of the ship (aft) on low decks is directly above the engine. This may create more noise and vibration than you are used to. 2) The very front of the ship (forward) on all decks will take the brunt of the 'motion of the ocean'. If there are rough seas, you'll be certain to feel it. For some, it will rock them into some of the best sleep they've ever experienced. For others, it will make them as sick as a dog. 3) Lower decks tend to be noiser in general, as they are close to public spaces. Higher decks are slightly less convenient to the ship's services, dining rooms, theatres etc. 4) Look for gaps in the deck plan on either side of your cabin - especially at the end of hallways. These typically are 'crew doors' which could be pantries, crew elevators or storage areas where slamming doors throughout the day and night are commonplace. 5) Look for proximity to the elevators. You want to be close, but not directly next to them. Those guests with disabilitities should take this into consideration. 6.) Consider booking a "GTD" category. As your cruise gets closer to sailing, the company's revenue management department will assign your cabin to best available (in the range you've guaranteed - inside, porthole, window, balcony etc.) which can often end up giving you a sweet upgrade! Plus, if you're working with a seasoned travel agent, they will use their volume to get you bumped up into even better categories if there is room available just weeks before sailing! Lastly, here's a tip...One of the hidden treasures on cruise ships are the cabins built to accommodate the disabled (wheelchair accessible). While they may sound undesireable, they actually are often beautifully located near elevators and often offer up to 50% more space than a traditional cabin so they can accommodate wheelchairs around the bed, roll-in showers and larger desks and closets. If you can snatch one of these up, GREAT! When you get on board, check in with the reception desk and let them know that you're in a disabled room and don't necessarily need those facilitities. Let them know you'd be willing to trade to a higer category (Oceanview, Balcony) if another passenger on the ship needs those facilities. You may just find yourself getting the free trade-up on the first night of your cruise! Have an awesome time cruising!
A cruise can be a great for the whole family. If you choose carefully there can be activities that suit all members of the family as well the place to sleep (your cabin) and plenty to eat. The major cruise lines such as Carnival, Princess and Royal Caribbean all have websites. Checking these out could be a good way to familiarize yourself with some of the available options and pricing. Consider talking with a travel agent that specializes in cruises. They could provide excellent advice that would be personalized to your needs.
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There are many sites that provide good deals on honeymoon cruise packages. Examples of sites that provide good deals on honeymoon cruise packages includes Cruise Only and Carnival.
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Pacific/Pacific Islands. Caribean cruise or a European river cruise.
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The Regent cruise liner is a good choice because it has a great reputation that is not often advertised. The Carnival cruise liner is a better choice if you have children.
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The Jamica Cruise is a good cheap cruise package. You have the Mexico Cruise, Puerto Rico Cruise, Bahama's Curise and there are many other cruises that are inexpensive as well.
Norwegian Cruise line has a longstanding reputation of providing quality cruises with many repeat customers returning to cruise with them again.
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Windstar is a luxury cruise line so you may want to plan your cruise trip with Windstar cruises. It is a good cruise and you have nothing to worry in anything when you plan with them.
A good cruise line to go to Mexico includes Celebrity cruises or Royal Carribean. The prices depends on the cruiseline reputation and the perks one wants on the cruise.
If you already have a travel agency, start with them. If not, Cruise Direct has good prices and does not require you to create a profile to view their pricing.
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A cruise can be a fun and affordable vacation for families. Among the best cruise lines for families are Disney Cruise Line, Carnival Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises and Crystal Cruises.
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The Redwoods in Yosemite has affordable cabin rentals. Yosemitevaction rentals.com also has cabin rentals at a good price.
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