How do I Choose the Best Singles Cruise?

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The best singles cruise is one that will introduce you to the kinds of single people you’re interested in. Try searching for a singles cruise that caters to a certain demographic of people, such as singles of a certain age, race, religion, or lifestyle. Make sure the cruise is set up in a manner that is pleasing to you, including acceptable sleeping quarters, dining accommodations, and recreational opportunities. Don’t forget to check the cruise line’s rating for customer satisfaction and safety. Working with an experienced travel agent can help make the planning process easier for you, but you might also talk with people you know who’ve taken singles cruises.

Age can play an important role in searching for the best singles cruise. For example, if you’re in your 20s and want to meet singles who are within your age group, look for a dating cruise that accommodates other singles in their 20s and maybe even 30s. If you’re over 40 and want to meet mature singles, search for a cruise for singles over 40 or over 50. Of course, your criteria might be the opposite. For example, if you’re a woman over 40 interested in men in their 20s, trying looking for a cougar cruise rather than a cruise for singles in their 20s.


In addition to age, you’ll want to think about other qualities you look for in single people. For example, you might search for singles resorts and cruises created for your ethnicity and race, such as an ethnic singles or a black singles cruise. You can find cruises specifically for people who share the same religion or sexuality as you, such as a Christian singles or a gay singles cruise. You might want to look for singles cruises designed for single parents or people with no children. There are even cruises created for divorced singles.

Finding a cruise for the demographic of single people you’re interested in is important, but don’t overlook basic factors like lodging, dining, and activities. For example, if you’re not comfortable sharing a room, look for a cruise that offers individual compartments. Ask upfront whether the cruise provides pre-arranged seating charts for dining or if you’ll be able to sit with whomever you like. Also, gather information about the kinds of activities available on the cruise. Make sure the cruise offers a wide variety of activities, and that you enjoy a good portion of them.

Be sure to search for a singles cruise with a good reputation. There are two factors to consider when looking at a cruise’s reputation. First, make sure the cruise has a reputation for actually helping customers meet the kinds of single people they want to meet. Second, make sure the cruise has a reputation for being safe. You can find this kind of information by talking with people who have taken the cruise before, reading customer reviews, and even checking out websites dedicated to rating such cruises for single travelers.

There are plenty of ways you can search for the best singles cruise for you. Searching the Internet is probably the easiest and quickest way, and looking at each cruise line’s website will give you a feel for the kinds of singles vacation packages the company offers. You can also get help from a travel agency. If you do this, try to make an appointment with an agent who has specific experience with helping make singles travel plans. Of course, don’t overlook the valuable word-of-mouth advertising you can get from your family, friends, and other people you know who’ve taken a singles cruise.


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An older single friend of mine booked a singles cruise for people over 40, and he wasn't sure if he'd take another one or not. He said most of the other passengers were friendly enough, but he felt like the pressure was on to "hook up" with available women, not just to enjoy the amenities and tour the islands.

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I went on one singles cruise when I was in my late 20s. I had come into some money and decided I wanted to take a vacation anyway. I didn't really want to be on a cruise ship filled with couples on their honeymoons, so I asked the travel agent about singles cruise vacations.

I really wasn't trying to meet anyone, just get away from home for a week and enjoy the sights. I actually ended up spending time with a really nice girl from my home state and we took some excursion tours together. It didn't lead to anything serious, but I did enjoy our time together. I was afraid it was going to be like some other "singles" dating events I'd been to; everyone trying to chat up the same three people all night.

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