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Posted on: Mon, 24th Aug 2015

Cruises are a wonderful opportunity for sharing unforgettable moments and experiencing a whole host of new and exciting discoveries along the way. 



However, you don’t necessarily have to go on a cruise holiday with other people. In fact, many cruisers have just as much of a worthwhile time when going it alone. And if you are one of the many people that enjoy setting off on a solo adventure, we might just be able to help you.



Here at Cruise Nation, we believe that every holiday should be designed with your comfort and requirements in mind. That’s why we have dedicated this post entirely to those who are contemplating cruising alone. 



If you are considering cruising solo and you want to learn the do’s and don’ts before booking a voyage, read on and let us help you prepare for that holiday of a lifetime. 



Choosing a ship and cabin



This is particularly important when cruising alone because in most cases, you are going to want a ship that’ll feel intimate. Smaller ships tend to be quite social and you’re likely to come across the same faces throughout your holiday. 



In recent years, some of the newest cruise ships have become more accommodating to solo travelers. Certain Norwegian Cruise Line ships have added in studio cabins with prices for single occupancy and feature a shared social space called the Studio Lounge. This is where solo travelers can meet other guests that are holidaying alone. 



Royal Caribbean have also jumped on the bandwagon and have introduced 28 dedicated solo cabins aboard the Quantum of the Seas and the Anthem of the Seas. These rooms include virtual balconies made up of 80-inch floor-to-ceiling LED screens projecting real-time ocean and port views. 



It’s worth looking into which cruise line might be best for you if you are a solo traveler. One cruise might offer you something that another one doesn’t, so research is key! 



What to do once you’ve booked a cabin



When it comes to cruising alone, there’s definitely an art to making it a happy and productive affair. With that in mind, here are a few tips for mixing and mingling while aboard:





Benefits of cruising alone





Cruising alone is a fantastic way to enjoy some of the world’s most amazing countries exactly the way you want to. And with these top tips, we are sure anyone can benefit from this style of holiday, as long as thorough research has gone into it. 



If you are considering cruising solo and you would like to find out more information on how this can be done, why not get in touch? Here at Cruise Nation we have a variety of deals on offer that might just be perfect for anyone that’s on the hunt for a cruise ship holiday.



Whether you want to cruise solo or with others, we can help you. Call us on 0800 408 0757 or fill out our contact form and we will be more than happy to assist with any questions or queries you may have. 

 



 


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