Your dining preference can be requested at time of deposit.
This request is not guaranteed; if you are unhappy with your seating assignment, you can see the Restaurant Manager and he/she will do his/her best to accommodate you. Meal times vary on different cruise lines.
Almost all meals, are included in the price of your cruise. With the exception of Specialty restaurants, which have a minimal charge and require a reservation.
Hardly. Being at sea gives you a feeling of freedom few places can offer. There’s plenty of room. It will probably take you a few days just to discover what’s onboard.
Plus, you get the added adventure of exploring new and exciting ports of call. Cruise ships are like floating resorts with all the things fine resorts have to offer.
You can be by yourself and lie back in a lounge chair, breathe in the sea air, soak up the sun, read good books, or watch the ever-changing view, you can join in exercise classes, dance classes, sports contests and other organized deck activities. Perhaps you would like to practice your tennis stroke or golf swing, or shoot some baskets. You can go for a swim, stretch out in the sauna or work out in the gym.
You can see a feature movie, attend a lecture by renowned experts, play backgammon or bridge. It is amazing how much you can do on a cruise.
That depends entirely on you, the cost of your cruise includes everything except: alcohol and sodas, shore excursions, tips and personal items such as souvenirs, massages, and hair styling.
When you board your ship you will be asked to activate your account, this is like running a tab during your cruise and all expenses will be charged to your room, at the end of the cruise the credit card you used to activate your account will be billed for the amount you charged while on the ship.
Cruise Company specialists can advise you on which cruise lines differ from this policy and answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding this type of payment arrangement.
Pack like you would for any resort. Cruise holidays are casual by day, whether you’re on the ship or ashore.
In the evening, the dress code varies from a smart casual to formal also taking into account the themed nights like country and western. Your Cruise Company specialist can provide you with all your ship’s dress code.
Remember to pack for all climates as the weather may change.
Without a doubt, cruising offers an atmosphere that’s just right for romance. Cozy dinners for two, strolling on deck at sunset, dancing the night away under the stars, and so much more to remember forever.
Sea sickness is not common on larger cruise ships. Larger ships are fully stabilized to minimize the feeling of movement. If you should feel queasy, medicine is available from your cabin steward or the ship’s doctor.
If you are prone to motion sickness, you may want to consider consulting your doctor prior to your cruise.
You may also decide to pick a mid ship cabin, so there is less movement, we can assist you with this at time of reservation.
Your cruise will usually be broken down into two payments, a small deposit to confirm a booking. The cost will be dependent on the length of the cruise and the balance is due approximately 75 days before you sail.
Any bookings made within 60 days of sailing must be paid for in full at time of booking. Credit card fees may apply.
Yes, all cruise itineraries are subject to change.
With guest safety as the number one priority for the cruise lines, on the rare occasions that weather conditions and other unforeseen circumstances may occur, it may cause a change in the original itinerary.
In these circumstances, the cruise line staff will do everything possible to visit an alternate port of call.
Please carry any medication in its original bottle. It is recommended that medications be carried in your pocket or purse so they will be available when needed because checked luggage may not be accessible at all times.
If you are using any prescription drugs, vitamins, or other medication on a regular basis, you should bring an adequate supply since they may not be available aboard the ship or in ports of call.
Commonly used medications may be purchased at the office of the ship’s doctor.