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Cruise Holiday

 

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For something a little more nautical, get your sea legs ready and book a cruise!  Chasing the horizon across open waters can be a great way to escape while enjoying the many excursions and activities available.

This type of vacation is perfect for those who love the water, a smorgasbord of options, and are itching to bust out their seafaring lingo (Arr!  Batten down the hatches and beware Davy Jones’ Locker!)  This type of vacation is a terrible idea for anyone with severe motion sickness, a fear of water, or who don’t appreciate the subtle nuances of bingo and a good buffet.

Pros

  • Experiencing multiple destinations in one trip, but only having to unpack once (cue angel voices)

  • Limitless amounts of activities, both on board and off

  • The unique experience of sailing from one place to the next on a floating hotel (there’s really nothing like it!)

Cons

  • Possibility of sea sickness (especially in rough waters)

  • The risk of catching whatever virus may be sweeping through the ship

  • The fear of a Titanic scenario running through your head (though to be fair, only 16 cruise ships have sunk between 1980 and 2012.  May the odds be ever in your favor)

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12-Day cruise on Norwegian Dawn
From
R37 467 / $1,999
PPS* 
Porting  from Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa > Mossel Bay, South Africa > Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha), South Africa > Richards Bay, South Africa > Maputo, Mozambique > Fort Dauphin (Toalagnaro), Madagascar > Pointe Des Galets, Reunion > Port Louis, Mauritius.
17 January 2025, 4pm - 29 January 2025, 8am
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