Posted by: John Trivedi | October 20, 2009

Individual cruises vs Group cruises – Take your pick


Dear Friends,

Did you know that 83% of the U.S. population has never been on a cruise? Did you know that one of the main reasons why the number is so high is because there are a ton of misconceptions out there regarding cruises? Did you know that many folks out there don’t know about the true value a cruise vacation offers, especially a group cruise?

Probably not.

The fact is, folks nowadays are uneducated on the cruising vacation experience. Until someone informs them on what cruising is all about and explains it in a way that allows them to easily understand, the misconceptions will remain. One of the areas in cruising where many people are still unaware of is that going on a group cruise offers you more value (and fun) than going on an individual cruise.

Yes, going on an individual cruise is a great idea, especially if you want to spend time with your significant other and get away from it all, but who says you can’t take a few friends and still do that while 1) saving money, 2) getting more value for your money and 3) having a much better time? Have you ever experienced a group cruise before? If you haven’t, it’s something that you should start considering.

Here are just some of the advantages of going on a group cruise (10+ people) as opposed to an individual cruise with just 2 people:

  1. You have the opportunity to go on the cruise for free if your group has a certain number of people
  2. You get special discounted group rates for your sailing along with free onboard amenities that can include items such as:
  • Wine
  • Assorted Chocolates
  • Crudites and crackers
  • Group photograph
  • Private cocktail reception party,
  • Special farewell group dinner
  • Onboard credit to spend on whatever you want and much more!

And of course one of the biggest benefits of going on a group cruise is that you get to have the time of your lives with the people who you care about and have a connection with while creating memories that will last a lifetime. Now tell me, don’t you agree that it’s about time you started thinking about going on a group cruise with your family, friends, and business associates?

Good night.

Your Friend in Cruising,

John Trivedi, Owner

Group Cruise Organizer

World Travelers United

(425) 205-9911


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