Top Four Things to Avoid On Your First Cruise

Top Four on First CruiseThere is always a first time for everything. If you’re ready for your first cruise, there are several things you need to avoid to get the most memorable experience. Here are some tips on how to get the best out of your first cruise.

Don’t Ignore the Cruise Activities 

Sometimes, for you to enjoy the cruising, you need to get out of your cocoon and do the extraordinary. Don’t assume you are too cool to engage in the group activities. Acting cool and withdrawn may make you end up lonely and bored when everyone else seems to be having fun.

Do Not Stay In Your Cabin Throughout

Avoid the temptation of sitting in your cabin in your cabin all day. If you spend most hours alone, you will miss out on some fun on-board activities. Get interacting with the other on-board members to enjoy your cruise experience maximally.

Don’t Forget To Be Nice and Friendly

It is good always to walk around with a smile on your face. This creates a friendly atmosphere conducive for interacting with other on-board members. Some cruise crews such as of the Book of Mormon Cruise which is arranged by CruiseLady.com, are known for working extra hard to ensure you have fun so remember to address the cruise crew and as many on-board members as possible by their names, and you will be shocked at the extent of personalized service you will receive as this is encouraging to them.

Do Not Over-Exploit

Most cruise ships are big, and the modern ones comprise of decks upon decks. They also are composed of public spaces and cabins that can accommodate hundreds of people. If you try to explore all these places even before your vacation is underway, you will easily wind up tired and in need of a rest all through the cruising.

 

Following closely these ‘first time cruise don’ts’ will guarantee you a memorable fun-filled cruise experience.