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The following are the major cruise lines that you have probably heard of.
Every cruise will have all types of people on it, but each cruise company does attract a certain type of passenger which is described below.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian created “Freestyle Cruising” which is a fun alternative to traditional cruising styles. Freestyle Cruising means that dining is offered without set dining times. There are no "formal" nights on board and a casual atmosphere is prevalent throughout the ship.
Holland America Line
Holland America is a bit more upscale and you will find a more well-seasoned traveler rather than a younger traveler. Holland still has a robust children and teen program on board. Holland is known for unique itineraries and destinations.
Celebrity has a more refined style of cruising. For a special treat, try the Concierge Class that offer services similar to suite passengers.
Disney Cruise Line
Combining the best of two worlds: cruising with the magic of Disney! Disney Cruises get excellent ratings from passengers. An ideal experience for families due to the large number of kids’ activities. There are also some exclusive adults-only areas for relaxing away from the kids when necessary. Cruises can be combined with trips to Disney World for the ultimate vacation.
Royal Caribbean has some of the largest ships in the fleet, adding "Freedom-Class" ships with 3,600 passengers each, and "Genesis-Class" ships with 5,400 passengers each. The mega ships still provide excellent service, although not as personalized as the mid-sized ships.
Princess Cruises are known for the higher quality and service. By focusing on families and adults the passengers tend to be younger than Holland America’s average passenger.
Carnival Cruise Lines
Their slogan is “The Fun Ships,” and they have a reputation to match. There are many on board activities, entertainment and lots of bars. Over the years they have increased their offerings of fine cuisine, programs for children and teens and higher-end amenities.
Carnival is the largest cruise line in the world, and every region seems to be served by at least one of their ships. Fares are often lower than other lines.
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Cunard Cruise Line
Azamara Club Cruise
To book your cruise, or ask questions, call Troy at 802-435-1425.
After going on many cruises, Troy can give you first hand experience of ships, ports, and guide you to the perfect cruise.