Not just for couples and families, cruises offer solo travellers the opportunity to explore the world in comfort, style and security. Even better, more and more cruise lines are accommodating those who travel alone, offering solo/studio cabins that are priced accordingly for single occupancy.
Check out Norwegian Getaway, Norwegian Breakaway and Norwegian Epic, which all feature studio cabins and also offer an exclusive social space called the Studio Lounge, which offers a bar, hosted daily gatherings and a dedicated concierge. Likewise, Royal Caribbean features 28 solo cabins aboard its Quantum of the Seas and Anthem of the Seas ships, which (among other things) include “virtual balconies” – 80” floor-to-ceiling LED screens that project real-time ocean and port views. AmaWaterways also touts single-occupancy staterooms on size of its ships and ‘priced-for-one’ rates.
When it comes to single supplements, the prices can vary – be sure to shop around to get the lowest rate. Our Cruise Travel Experts can help you find the best price on the cruise of your choice!