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The cruise industry is now huge and getting bigger by the day.  Every cruise line out there wants you as a client and their glossy brochures and colourful web sites promise the cruise of a lifetime. To make sure it doesn’t turn into the voyage from hell you need decide on your own preferences, tick a few requirement boxes and draw some red lines. This book is designed to lead you step by step through the process. Detailed discussions on ocean or river cruising, children or no children, formal evenings or none, size of the ship, days at sea and tipping policy help the reader to focus on what they want from a cruise.
Tipping is something which irritates the British particularly when at the end of a cruise large sums of money, often running into hundreds of pounds are taken off your credit card.
You need to put as much effort into choosing your ship as you would choosing a hotel, even more as there are more things to consider and the same is true of choosing a cruise line. A number of the leading cruise lines have been profiled here to show how much you can learn by taking a simple, analytic view.
Now you are ready to book and you might want to consider themed cruises, looking for bargains and cruise loyalty schemes before taking the plunge.  Some thoughts are added about choosing a cabin, packing, safety at sea and health on board.
Enjoy your cruise!

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