If you think choosing the right cruise is as simple as picking out a date and destination, you’re in for a surprise. Today there are so many choices, the selection process can be daunting. On top of the wide variety of cruise options, there are 100s of sites all promoting their cruise as the best. Where can the savvy traveler go for honest unbiased information? Berlitz is a name many travelers have grown to trust and the Berlitz 2010 Complete Guide to Cruising and Cruise Ships provides a comprehensive examination of current cruises.
Berlitz has been helping cruise enthusiasts choose the right vacation to suit their needs for 25 years. This Anniversary Edition is written by the cruise expert Douglas Ward. The Berlitz 2010 Complete Guide to Cruising & Cruise Ships provides star ratings for world wide ocean-going cruises, and is the only independent source with star ratings.
The Berlitz guide is frank and doesn’t pull any punches. It isn’t promoting individual cruise lines; its only purpose is to give you the information you need so you can find the cruise that’s best for you. The guide is completely updated and revised and takes a close look at 270 cruise ships. These reviews look at both older established lines as well as 12 new ships that will debut in 2010. The guide also reviews the largest cruise ship ever to sail the oceans, the Oasis of the Seas.
The cruise ship guide has easy to read charts, so it’s easy to compare major aspects of each line, including food, services and cabin facilities. You can also find lots of practical advice about what to consider when shopping for a cruise and tips on how to get the most for your money. The full color photos will give you a taste of the cruise experience before you board.
Many Cruise Options for Many Cruise Enthusiasts
Today’s cruises appeal to a wide range travelers. Whether you’re traveling alone, with your sweetheart for a honeymoon or special anniversary or making it a family event, taking a cruise is a great vacation choice. Many cruise guide books may look at a selection of cruises, but Douglas Ward’s 692 page examination may be the most comprehensive guide of the cruise industry today. In the section titled “What could be improved” the author isn’t afraid to look at the negatives and speak frankly.
Invite Ward aboard for your cruise search. Click here to learn more about Complete Guide to Cruising & Cruise Ships.