Cruises Tout “Kids Free” Offers To Appeal For Family Travel
Updated: Jun 27, 2019
Variety Cruises just announced in the beginning of March that two adults sharing a cabin can bring a child for free on all 2014 cruise itineraries, and groups of two single parents who pay the adult cruise fare can bring up to two children for free in the same cabin. In addition, children can receive a 25% reduction for all shore excursions, making it easier than ever to add memorable adventures to your group tours!
For those who aren’t familiar with the small cruise ship company and prefer more well-known cruise groups, Norwegian Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean are also offering their own “kids free” offers, both allowing children 17 and under who stay in a cabin with two paying adults to sail for free. For Norwegian Cruise Line fans in particular, this is a rare chance for the entire family to travel at a discount rate, since they adjusted their children rates and began charging kids over 6 months of age last fall.
With the prices for child passengers typically half the price of regular adult fare as recorded by Disney Cruise Line’s policy, there are hundreds of dollars in savings available for families with kids hoping to sail away this season. Enjoying a family trip can allow you to zip line across your cruise line’s common area, swim with dolphins in the Bahamas, or upgrade your stateroom from porthole view to a full balcony experience! Where ever you want the savings to be spent, traveling with the entire family—from brothers and sisters, moms and dads, cousins, in-laws, and more—it has never been easier! To learn more about these family vacation packages along with other incentive travel promotions, talk with a cruise line travel specialist at CruiseDreamGroupEscapes.com!