4 Ways to Cruise Your Next Vacation in Styleby Jeff M. Writer
Love the seas and vast expanses of water? Well, you should consider a cruise for your next vacation.
Gone are the days when a cruise meant boring cuisine, compact cabins and port towns that were filled with all kinds of people. Today, a cruise is all about creating your own space and carving a vacation that is just right for you.
So, here are a few ways to cruise your next vacation in style.
Pick your favorite destinations
All of us have our own bucket list when it comes to cruise vacations. The good news though is you can tick them off, without too much effort. With seven seas and numerous inner waterways, most scenic places in the world are accessible by ships. Some of the include Monaco, Alaska, South Pacific islands, Antarctica, northern Europe, Seychelles, Greece, and the Mediterranean.
There are many cruise liners that offer you a ton of different itineraries and destinations, depending on your budget and time.
You can even choose a world cruise that can take you across more than 100 countries. It just depends on you and what you'd like, But regardless of your destination, you're sure to have wonderful memories of the same when you choose a top notch cruise partner.
So, it is time to run through your bucket-list to pick your favorite destination.
Consider yacht charter vacations
Generally speaking, there are two kinds of yacht charters – bareboat and crewed. In the former, you get to sail the boat yourself and is ideal for the experienced sailors who want to experience the whiff of seas again. If you're not adept at sailing or prefer to just relax with your loved ones, you can always choose a crewed one, where an experienced sailor takes you around.
Both choices give you a closer and personal experience than a large cruise ship, and this is something to consider, especially when you want to spend some quality time with your friends or family.
Pore over the menu
Luxury cruises are defined by the food that is served to guests. The richer the food, the more luxurious tends to be the cruise. Ideally, your menu should have not just the staples, but also foods made from local ingredients. For example, if you're cruising to Thailand, your ship's menu should include the local favorites such as shrimp and coconut. That's the best way to truly enjoy a cruise because you get to sample the local culture too from the comfort of your cabin.
You need a cabin crew that will pamper you and makes you feel on top of the world. So, while booking, ensure that the ratio of cabin crew to guests is fairly reasonable. Ideally, one attendant for every guest in the and about four or five per attendant on an average, for instance.
Thus, these are some aspects to keep in mind as you cruise through your next vacation in style.
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