One of the best reasons to take a cruise/seminar has absolutely nothing
to do with learning, relaxing, with visiting exotic ports or enjoying
classic shipboard life. It has to do with saving money.
Now that may sound remarkable, but consider what you get when you purchase a cruise/seminar. Then compare it with the alternatives. When you do, you'll probably arrive at the same conclusion.
As vacation packages, cruises
are virtually all-inclusive. But that's not the same as referring to the
ships as floating hotels. Because no hotel, no matter how lavish, is
able to offer what a cruise ship can. When you buy a cruise, for a single price you get accommodations and
all of your onboard meals. But that's only the beginning!
are classes, workshops and roundtable discussions -- some at breakfast
and others that go into the wee hours if you're so inclined. You'll get
to know the most experienced people in the business first-hand and have
the time of your life. On-board sports and fitness centers are yours to
use and all included as part of the experience. So is entertainment,
from lavish Vegas-style revues to intimate cabaret acts.
there's one element that distinguishes a cruise from all other
vacations. That's the voyage itself. That may sound obvious, but think
about it. You're being transported from port to port in the most
civilized fashion possible. You're not paying for an airline ticket, or
taking a car, bus or train. You're not sitting all day in a hotel
conference room or trying to figure out what to do in the evening. You
do what you like, eat what you like, sleep as long as you like and then
you're someplace new. It's an experience no hotel can offer.
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