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.
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!)
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)