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Going on a cruise by yourself can be a very relaxing and enjoyable trip. But there are a few tips to keep in mind that can make your trip even more enjoyable. Read more [...]
There are many ways to find discounted cruises, including consulting with travel agencies, checking automobile associations, and scouring specials on booking websites. One booking site in particular offer amazing deals if travelers agree to certain restrictions (which is often necessary anyway for the lowest passage) and if they wait until the last minute to book (not literally, but pretty last-minute for travel). That booking website is Priceline and it’s offering some outstanding opportunities to cruise for the lowest prices anywhere – guaranteed! Read more [...]
Singles Cruises: Are They Appropriate for Someone with an Open Relationship or Polyamorous Relationship Status?
Over the past few days, we've been closely examining who takes singles cruises. More precisely, we've been considering who should take a singles cruise. We've singled out some important attributes of singles-cruise passengers - for instance, they should be outgoing and open to new encounters - but the most important conclusion we reached is this: you should be single if you take singles cruise. If you aren't single when you take a singles cruise, you compromise the greatest thing about singles cruises, and you also betray the trust of your partner. But in thinking about this requirement - that your relationship status should be "single" to take a singles cruise - it occurred to us that perhaps this isn't entirely true. What if you are in an open relationship? Should those who are in open relationships go on singles cruises? This question is more difficult to answer than you might think. Read more [...]
The last article we wrote about singles cruises asked the question “who should go on a singles cruise?” In answering this question, another question became immediately obvious: who should not go on a singles cruise? The answer to this second question is in many ways embedded in the answer to the first question – if a person with attribute X should take a singles cruise, for example, then a person who lacks attribute X should not take a singles cruise. However, sometimes it is helpful to explicitly state what was merely implied, and a little overlap never killed anyone. So, who should not go on a singles cruise? Read more [...]
We’ve written extensively about singles cruises. We’ve explained what singles cruises are, we’ve listed examples of singles cruises, and we’ve given instructions for how to take a singles cruises. When we come across a cruise topic that’s in need of explaining, we explain it with extreme (and perhaps even overzealous) thoroughness. We have not as of yet explored any of the normative questions surrounding singles cruises, however. In other words, we have described singles cruises, but we have not entered the world of oughts and shoulds. We now seek to remedy this deficiency, such as it is, by writing about who should take a singles cruise. Are there certain types of people who are particularly well-suited for singles cruises? If so, are they well-suited because of their circumstances (the facts of their life) or their disposition (the facts of their character)? The answer, as is so often the case, is both. Read more [...]
The dating scene can be many things. It can be exciting, discouraging, enjoyable, and depressing, and somehow it can be all these things at once. It can also be profoundly awkward, not least when a single spends the better part of a night relentlessly pursuing someone who is already in a relationship. That the world of dating as it exists on solid ground makes this situation even possible reveals the principle appeal of singles cruises: the relationship status of everyone on board the ship is automatically known. As far as we’re concerned, this is the greatest thing about singles cruises. Read more [...]