Some vacationers think that spending seven days on a boat must be pretty boring.
I can can tell that that’s the farthest thing from the truth. In fact, you can be as busy or laid-back as you like.
Depending on the ship, you will be able to ice skate, bumper cars, visit the art auction, rock climbing, golf cages, basketball, casinos, Broadway-style shows, shopping, fitness facilities , spas, swim in the pool, relax in a hot tub, take time to relax with a good book in a quiet adult-only area, visit the library, take a short-course or seminar, take part in Lido deck games, dancing and more. And that’s all without even leaving the ship!
Every ship has a Cruise Director whose job is to make sure each guest makes the most of their vacation. In fact, there are so many things to do while cruising that you will probably book a longer cruise next time.
In addition, every other day or so, you’ll visit a beautiful historic or island port, so that you can get off the ship and hit the beach, do some more shopping, take an excursion, enjoy food at a local restaurant. And more!
If I were you, I wouldn’t worry about getting bored.
The Real Life Traveler | Cruise & Vacation Specialist
Expedia CruiseShipCenters | Guelph, ON