Cruises are just a small fraction (about 21%) of what they cost 30 years ago.
Part of the price difference is because the ships have become huge and there is a large economic scale. Another part is that the cruise lines make ALL their money on what they manage to sell you once you’re on board, and the fare is a loss-leader to get you on the ship.
Regardless of the reason, there is no doubt that cruising represents great vacation value.
One of the best deals is the re-positioning cruises that a cruise line may have once or twice a year. For example, the ship may leave Florida for the Caribbean for our Spring and Summer and move to Italy for November through March. Sailing from Florida to Europe, they may stop at a couple of ports. Since there are a lot of days at sea, the cruise is very reasonable.
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