This Is another great cruise resource

Each Friday, we feature a reader-submitted tip as our Travel Tip of the Day. This week’s tip comes from reader Stuart F., who added to this tip about cruise resources with another great cruise resource that he likes to use: the Berlitz guide to “Cruising & Cruise Ships” by Douglas Ward.

I still like Cruise Critic as a cruise resource, and I’ve used it many times, but more information is always a help. And Douglas Ward’s series on cruising, which has been updated annually for years, is highly regarded. Here’s the latest edition. It’s 736 pages and includes expert reviews, full-color photos and free access to a supplementary app. Thanks, Stuart, and happy cruising!

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2 Comments On "This Is Another Great Resource for Potential Cruisers"
  1. lee laurino|

    shall take a look at this book on cruising to see if they devote more than a page to solo travel…….the travel market for independent travelers is growing but the cruise ships still either give you a midget cabin or charge more than any other passenger who is sharing cabins.

    And I KNOW about the ships with cabins for one. What do families do when they want to bring grandma or another member of their group but do not want them sleeping in the same cabin?

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      They book two+ cabins

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