Without even a thought about the incredible weather you could enjoy, the concept of a Caribbean cruise is an attractive one, purely because of the number of islands you would have the opportunity to visit and the tropical landscapes you would have the chance to explore. Reputable companies, such as Thomas Cook cruises, can provide trips to the Caribbean aboard stunning liners, for much cheaper than you may expect. Choosing to book one of the beautiful ships from Princess, Celebrity, Norwegian Cruise Line or Royal Caribbean cruises can help to get you one step closer to a vacation you will never forget.
With a guest: staff ratio of 2:1, you’ll be amazed at the service you would receive on board a Celebrity cruise. Although a 9 night holiday to the Caribbean would cost around £1300 for a March departure, you would be getting a length nine night stay, giving you much more opportunity to island hop and take advantage of the on-board facilities. The food is impeccable, while the ships themselves are elegant and modern.
If you prefer a more casual affair, opt for a cruise with Norwegian Cruise Lines, which doesn’t enforce a dress code, nor does it expect adherence to time schedules. You can eat your meals when you want to eat them, dressed in what you want to dress in. The ships may not be the most exuberant, but for the fantastic prices, it’s nothing to be sniffed at – some cruise only deals are less than £500 for a week in the Caribbean – what are you waiting for?
Finding a worthwhile cruise deal when you’re on a budget can be a laborious task but it’s entirely possible. Cruises don’t have to be the elegant affair that so many are notorious for – no frills options do exist, making Thomas Cook cruises perfectly achievable, providing an unforgettable sojourn for 2013.