Jun 20, 2014
Gary Bembridge author of "The Cruise Traveler's Handbook" provides another 60-Second Cruise Tips. For more visit http://www.60secondcruisetips.com and http://www.tipsfortravellers.com/cruise-travelers-handbook
If you a traveller that likes to tailor and personalise your
travel experience, or want to be able to be spontaneous day-by-day
as the mood takes you, then Norwegian Cruise Line is likely to
appeal to you. You do not have to follow a fixed pattern of main
dining room and times nor follow a dress code. Norwegian is suited
for people that want to be able to chop and change as the mood
takes them and need lots of options to be able to do that.
While many cruise lines focus on set formats and regimes on board, Norwegian believes everyone has different needs and interests and aims to provide as much choice and options as possible to let people create their ideal vacation. They build choice into every aspect of the on-board offering. For example the bigger ships have over 20 dining options, more than 20 bars that range from martini bars, Irish pubs, to beer and whiskey focused bars. They have no dress codes and so no matter how informal or formal you like to dress there is a place on board for you.