10 Myths About Cruise Meetings

10 Myths About Cruise Meetings

1) Cruising is too expensive. Actually, cruising is cost-effective—and less expensive than it was 15 years ago. Back in the 1990s, a four-night cruise for 100 attendees aboard an upscale vessel would cost approximately $1,100 per person (including taxes/fees, gratuities, travel staff, amenities, cocktail receptions, cabin gifts). Today, that same program, in balcony cabins, averages about 20 percent less.
You’re also saving time when you book a cruise. There’s need

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