For one price you get room and board, entertainment and some ships are all-inclusive with shore excursions and drinks.
Dining is always an experience. There is the standard dining room to experience or you can try multiple specialty dining options. There are steak houses, Japanese, Italian, Suchi and many more. Some have a nominal fee for dinner and possibly no fee for lunch in those same restaurants. You can have a set time to dine or dine when and with whom you like.
Entertainment can be from an extraordinary waterpark, broadway-type shows, magicians, comedians, dancing, bumper cars, bowling, movies, and ice skating. You get to choose what you do during your cruise. Learn golf, explore the spa, or take bridge lessons. Don’t forget the available theme cruises. Any time of the year, themed cruises from food-and-wine sailings to cruises focused on oldies music, sports, celebrities and more offer exclusive experiences and chances to mingle with like-minded aficionados.
Cabin accommodations vary. Travel alone and get a single room with no single supplement. You get a room for one with a common area to meet and visit with your new friends in similar style cabins. If you don’t plan on spending time in your cabin, go for the inside room. Some ships even offer virtual balconies in these rooms, 80-inch LED screens showing live images taken by exterior cameras.
Disney Cruise Lines have magical portholes that show real time views making you feel like you’re looking through a real porthole. Sometimes a Disney friend shows up through the porthole to say hello. Then there are the outside cabins, balcony cabins and suites to enhance your cruising enjoyment. Some of the balconies and suites give you access to private dining rooms and special spa activities. For more travel choices and information, contact Elaine Sklom at email@example.com.