Cruise lines and who they cater to

I found two articles in the news today about choosing the right cruise and how each cruise line has its own personality.

The Winnipeg Sun gives an overview of how different cruises are designed for different folks. They mention Disney cruises for families and a few other obvious ones but end things up with “talk to your travel agent”.

Then the Orlando Sentinel lists several cruises for different ypes of people. This article is far more detailed. For example:

If you: Plan black-tie galas for your country club . . .

Then consider: Regent Seven Seas. This ritzy cruise line draws the six-figure crowd.

Ships include: Seven Seas Voyager, Seven Seas Mariner, Seven Seas Navigator and Paul Gauguin. There are 300 ports on all continents, except Africa.

Tidbits: Three ships have kitchens run by Le Cordon Bleu. . . . Ed Asner and Gena Rowlands are among celebs set for a “Theater at Sea” cruise in April — one of this year’s 26 specialty cruises. . . . Some Baltic trips this year include free airfare.

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