Different Types of Cruise Holidays

If you’re planning a cruise holiday, there are various types of cruise breaks available that you should be aware of. One of the best ways to scour the market for all the main types of cruise holidays is to use a travel agent like Cruise Thomas Cook. Start by searching online here – http://www.thomascook.com/cruise/ – and use their booking engine to compare the options and to search for the cheapest holidays too.

 

As for the different types of cruises available, here are just a few of them…

 

Fly Cruise

A fly cruise is a cruise holiday that includes a flight as part of the standard travel arrangement. It might be an outward flight, a return leg, or both. It’s a great way to visit far-flung destinations like the Caribbean or Australia without spending days or weeks at sea, and it also means that you can cram in more destinations during a shorter amount of time.

 

Cruises from the UK

The UK has various cruise-friendly ports including Southampton, Harwich and Hull. Many holidays now sail from UK ports and return there, meaning that there is no flight involved. This is ideal for those who don’t like flying and it also means the cost may be cheaper too, due to the fact that no flying is involved.

 

Mini Cruises

As the name suggests, a mini cruise is a condensed cruise holiday that typically lasts for just a couple of days. During that time, you’ll get to visit one or two destinations and, in most cases, you’ll still be able to enjoy most of the onboard facilities and entertainment options too. It’s a great way to enjoy a whistle-stop tour of a city without committing to a full cruise holiday, or forking out for an expensive trip.

 

With so much choice on offer, which cruise holiday experience gets your vote?

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