• Does anybody know where I can find the cheapest cruises or vacations?

    I m in college so I m just looking for a fun spring break somewhere warm, as I live in Michigan. I d like to do a cruise. But I also like all inclusive vacations.Just searching for the cheapest ones! TIA!
    I m in college so I m just looking for a fun spring break somewhere warm, as I live in Michigan. I d like to do a cruise. But I also like all inclusive vacations.Just searching for the cheapest ones! TIA!
    11 answers · 5 days ago
  • What are the age requirements for going on a cruise ship in America?

    Best answer: on Carnival you must be 21 to sail. if anyone under 21 also wishes to sail, someone 25 and older must be in the same cabin.

    Disney lets you sail at 18 without an adult.

    all other lines, you must be 21 to sail alone.

    the gambling age is 18 and the drinking age is 21. period.
    Best answer: on Carnival you must be 21 to sail. if anyone under 21 also wishes to sail, someone 25 and older must be in the same cabin.

    Disney lets you sail at 18 without an adult.

    all other lines, you must be 21 to sail alone.

    the gambling age is 18 and the drinking age is 21. period.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why don't Disney Cruises have casinos?

    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What to all bring on a cruise?

    Best answer: - First time cruisers always over pack. Consider packing lighter. Take clothing items that mix-and-match so you don't wear the same outfit twice. DON'T pack beach towels. Use ship towels even when going on shore excursions. In the Caribbean you'll dry fast... one medium towel is usually enough for two... show more
    Best answer: - First time cruisers always over pack. Consider packing lighter. Take clothing items that mix-and-match so you don't wear the same outfit twice. DON'T pack beach towels. Use ship towels even when going on shore excursions. In the Caribbean you'll dry fast... one medium towel is usually enough for two people if you go snorkeling or whatever.
    - Use a credit card - don't carry a ton of cash. Use cash only for tipping cabbies, etc. At the end of the cruise, we usually tip wait staff and cabin stewards a little extra even when tips are included.
    - Sunscreen! Getting sunburned is no fun. The sun can be brutally hot. Pack a big floppy hat (that can be flattened in a suitcase) to shade your face and ears. Don't forget sunglasses too.
    - Save money, avoid specialty restaurants that cost extra. Eat in the main dining room, you'll get the same steaks, they're just smaller cuts. If you want more... order two meals. If the menu has a steak choice and a lobster choice and you are in the mood for surf & turf... order both meals. Use the buffets only for lunches. Get a 1st class breakfast in the main dining room. You can ask for a table for two OR be seated with other passengers. Sitting with other passengers is a good way to meet people and get good cruising tips from seasoned travelers.
    - When on the ship, lock your stuff in your cabin safe. You don't need your cell phone, car keys or wallet while in the middle of the ocean. The only thing you need is your ship card.
    - Drink packages are pricey, even for soda. Weigh out how much you expect to drink and determine if it's worth the price. My wife and I limited our alcoholic drinks to one mixed drink per evening, usually in a comedy club (Carnival). You can survive without soda for 5 days. Drink water, coffee and juices that are available 24/7 on board. Hint: You can make your own iced coffee easily too.
    - Wear a watch. Ships don't concern themselves too much with tracking time. Having a watch allows you to separate from your party and schedule a time when and where you can hook up again. I've forgotten this on two occasions and ended up buying a cheap $10 watch in the ship's store.
    - Find a way to know where you are on the ship. At elevators and stairs it's sometimes difficult to know if you are in the front or back of the ship. Carnival stairways have themes that you can figure out. Our last cruise we figured that collages meant the front of the ship, ocean scenes = middle and watercolors = aft. Alphabetically C forward,O middle, W aft.
    - If you want something, ask for it. If you don't like the heavy duvet cover on the bed, ask for a blanket. If you want mac & cheese in the dining room and it's not on the menu, just ask for it.
    - To quickly get from the front to the back of the ship, use the hallways on cabin decks. It's faster than weaving through crowds on the lido deck. Most cabin decks have hallways that run the length of the ship.
    - have tiny LED flashlights, especially if you are on inside cabins.
    - travel alarm clock, especially for inside cabins. Midnight looks exactly like noon in a cabin with no window.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What’s the fastest I can get a birth certificate if I go into the Vital Records building in my hometown?

    I need it to travel and I leave In 6 days. The passport agency says they shipped mine back, as they are 2 weeks late and haven’t even processed my passport. Please help
    I need it to travel and I leave In 6 days. The passport agency says they shipped mine back, as they are 2 weeks late and haven’t even processed my passport. Please help
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How do people dress for dinner on NCL/out of FLA?

    Best answer: NCL does not have the assigned dining spaces, which is one of the reasons I DON"T like NCL. You get better service if you have the same wait staff every night. On dress up nights, many people get dressed up and get their pictures taken by the professional photographers. You don't have to if you don't... show more
    Best answer: NCL does not have the assigned dining spaces, which is one of the reasons I DON"T like NCL. You get better service if you have the same wait staff every night.
    On dress up nights, many people get dressed up and get their pictures taken by the professional photographers. You don't have to if you don't want to, but you may not be able to eat in the main dining rooms if you're in shorts and t-shirts. It's not that much of a burden to put on a nice jacket for a man, or a dressy top for a woman.
    On NCL, in my experience, the food in the main dining rooms is mediocre because they want you to pay extra to dine in the specialty restaurants. Many of those restaurants are excellent, and when we did NCL, we ate in the restaurants most nights instead of the dining rooms. It's your choice. But on other cruise lines, the food in the dining rooms is excellent, and there's less pressure to pay more for good food.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it illegal to carry soda off a cruise ship?

    I know it's a stupid question. I'm in a cruise ship and I don't want customs to arrest me.
    I know it's a stupid question. I'm in a cruise ship and I don't want customs to arrest me.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • My passport isn’t here and I leave in 6 days?

    I applied for my passport November 22nd and they said 6 weeks max. It is now December 28 and I leave January 5th. I have called the agency countless times only to get the classic “be patient you still have time” answer every time. I can also travel to the countries I’m going to with my birth certificate and ID abut... show more
    I applied for my passport November 22nd and they said 6 weeks max. It is now December 28 and I leave January 5th. I have called the agency countless times only to get the classic “be patient you still have time” answer every time. I can also travel to the countries I’m going to with my birth certificate and ID abut the passport agency has my birth certificate too. I am beyond pissed off and worried right now. Paid 3000 dollars for this cruise. Can’t get a refund. Help please.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is a Disney cruise a good idea for my sons 3rd birthday?

    We usually just take him to Disney world for hiss bdays but we wanted to try something a little different this time. Any suggestions?
    We usually just take him to Disney world for hiss bdays but we wanted to try something a little different this time. Any suggestions?
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are there any affordable U.S. cruise lines that would allow a 19 and 17 year old to cruise alone?

    Best answer: No.. On every cruise line I am aware of if there is a passenger under 18 then they must be at least one person 21 or older, on some cruise lines there must be at least one person 25 or older. There are SOME exceptions if the two are married, but you can't just say you are married you must show legal proof of... show more
    Best answer: No..

    On every cruise line I am aware of if there is a passenger under 18 then they must be at least one person 21 or older, on some cruise lines there must be at least one person 25 or older. There are SOME exceptions if the two are married, but you can't just say you are married you must show legal proof of the marriage.

    Even if you wait until the 17 year old is 18 your options are limited. As Disney would be just about the only cruise line that would allow two under 21's to sail on select sailings. But they are also one of the most expensive cruise lines.

    If by "affordable" you mean cheap, that would be cruise lines like Carnival. But with them if there is anyone under 21, then there must be someone 25 or older in order to be allowed to sail.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
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  • My husband and I are wanting to take a cruise next year to the Caribbean. However, I want to get the best deal possible. I know there?

    Best answer: define 'good deal'. balconies as a general rule on the new ships run about $200 per person per day when you factor in taxes, portages and the daily gratuity/service charge. you really do have to take the time to research on your own. but it is best to look at the bottom line and not any rates or perks.. show more
    Best answer: define 'good deal'.

    balconies as a general rule on the new ships run about $200 per person per day when you factor in taxes, portages and the daily gratuity/service charge.

    you really do have to take the time to research on your own. but it is best to look at the bottom line and not any rates or perks..
    5 answers · 1 month ago