What would you recommend for a family cruise?
If you have children I would suggest booking early. I've had so many people recently looking for 3/4 berth cabins for this summer, which are extremely scarce. With early booking discounts so strong, I don't think there's any reason not to get next year's cruise booked up now - especially with such low deposits.
What type of experience can you expect on a cruise?
Expect the unexpected!! Seriously, there are so many different excursions available, in so many ports of call, there are things you can do which you wouldn't have thought were possible. I love the idea of horse riding in the surf in the Caribbean.
Kerenâ€™s Inside Tips
When customers ask me to find a
cruise for them, I ask them for a specific port they want to see on any given date, type it in the little box on the website search and the site searches for any cruise which goes there - it's a great way to narrow down the choice if there's lots on offer.
• Island Star - Med Fly Cruise
29th September '07, 7 nights. Was
£999, now £599 pp.
Includes free outside cabin upgrade.
• Ocean Village - Caribbean & Transatlantic Cruise
9th April '08, 20 nights. Was
£2309, now £989 pp.
• Celebrity - Alaska Cruise
27th April '08, 13 night, 5* luxury fly cruise. Was
£1699, now £1409 pp.