The holiday season is a very fun time to cruise. Ships get into the spirit of the season, celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year’s with holiday displays, traditional food and various seasonal activities.
Taking a cruise over Christmas and New Year’s is an excellent idea, and here’s why:
No snow shoveling and pressure of entertaining relatives
Instead of shoveling snow at Christmas, entertaining the visiting relatives or unsuccessfully looking for a party on New Year’s, you could be drinking eggnog poolside and singing carols on deck, while overlooking the sea and simply enjoying the Holidays to the fullest. You’ll also be able to enjoy eating wonderful holiday meals, prepared by professional chefs and enjoying New Year’s Eve without worrying about what party you should attend, how to get home after the party is over, etc.
Festive cruising is unique
Cruising during the holiday season is anything but the typical week-at-sea experience you might find during less festive times of the year. Many cruise lines – staff and crew – usually embrace the holiday season with a cheery energy and investment that goes beyond the symbolic Christmas tree, occasional Santa appearances, elaborate turkey dinners and New Year’s Eve midnight countdowns. You would be surprised to see how well they are prepared to make you feel fantastic the entire time and to help you get into the holiday spirit in the most special way.
Experience the great holiday parties
You’ll be able to attend a raging New Year’s Eve bash with hundreds of people, live music and Champagne, and then just stumble down the hallway and be in your bed three minutes later. It’s quite difficult to think of a more perfect place where you could be at New Year, right?
Experience local celebrations
For many people, the main attraction of any cruise is getting off and exploring the ports. Well, it’s even more exciting to do that at this time of the year. Holiday decorations that you’ll encounter when visiting different islands, the Christmas music in the shops, Christmas lights and unique traditions will surely get you into the spirit of the season in its own special way.
Enjoy the ‘No Holiday Cooking’ experience
Dining options are extremely many on any cruise, and holiday cruises usually have even more food options than usually. Festive goodies are also generally available at the buffet, including the traditional holiday cookies and pumpkin pies. And, the best part of all is the fact that you won’t need to cook or clean up after any meal. You can just sit and relax, everything is done for you – you don’t need to lift a finger.
People on the cruise really get in the holiday spirit
Although it may seem odd to think that you can get into the holiday spirit with some strangers, the truth is that when it comes to the festive season people on a cruise know how to enjoy it to the fullest and how to include each other in celebrating together even if they have never met before. A holiday cruise is like this unique experience one should have at least once in a lifetime.
So, if you haven’t decided how you’re going to spend the holidays yet, here’s your chance to make the final decision: find a holiday cruise and just go for it, you’ll love it.
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Enjoy the Holiday Season and make the best choices that benefit you and make you happy.