Every day thousands of first-time cruisers embark on what will be a vacation of a lifetime. They’ll talk about it and post a ton of photos all over social media. They will also realize they should’ve known a couple things before-hand. The following observations came from rookie cruisers nd conversations I had on my last cruise.
The following observations came from rookie cruisers nd conversations I had on my last cruise.
9 rookie cruise mistakes:
1. Everything is free. There’s nothing more embarrassing than walking on the Lido Deck during sail away and the server comes up and hands you a drink. Not having a clue you take the drunk and instantly the bar server asks for your sign and sail card. I see it happen every cruise. The cruise lines are in the business to make money – it’s very rare they’ll just hand out free drinks.
2. Stashing Booze. Be careful what you try to bring on the ship. I saw this the other day when I was disembarking the cruise ship in Port Canaveral. A gentleman had a backpack with a bottle to Tequila, mixer and salt – re