With more cruise ships than ever before now featuring cabins dedicated to the solo traveller as well as a host of on board activities and chances to meet people (if you wish), a cruise holiday is a great choice if you are travelling on your own.
Enjoying the safe surroundings, amazing cuisine, spectacular entertainment, on a luxurious vessel whilst traveling with like-minded travellers makes a tantalising prospect.
Why travel on different holidays to see different destinations and pay a supplement at each hotel when you can travel to multiple locations on one holiday and pay a reduced or no supplement.
With more people than ever before choosing to travel solo or choosing a single life, most cruise lines have realised what a key part solo passengers play in the future of cruise.
Holland America’s msKoningsdam is the first in their fleet to feature single cabins. There are also studio cabins for the solo traveller on-board Norwegian’s Epic, Breakaway, Getaway & Escape.Cunard’s Queen Mary 2, after being remastered in 2016, now has singles cabins to add to a selection of cabins already on Queen’s Victoria and Elizabeth. Fred Olsen have always been sympathetic to reducing supplements for solo travellers and all ships have dedicated single cabins and most of P&O’s fleet feature some single cabins, so there is plenty to choose from.
Take a look at a selection of deals we have put together with the solo traveller in mind.