Bad Cruise Ports Where Cruise Passengers Won’t Get Off The Ship And Why

Bad Cruise Ports Where Cruise Passengers Won’t Get Off The Ship And Why As cruise ships become even more exotic in their design and ammenities, ports of call are having a tougher time attracting passengers. More and more passengers on cruises are not bothering to even get off of their cruise ships unless they have an excursion booked. Security is the number one reason that travellers say they would rarther stay on their cruise ship along with the “been there done that” excuse. A lot of repeat customers of cruise lines have found that once they visit a port of call, the second visit isn’t as interesting or they had a bad experience the last time out and would rather just stay on board the ship and be spoiled by the ship’s staff, ammenities, food and drink. With private resort islands now becoming more common on cruises, the passengers are deciding that they would rather go on shore in a secured area. Especially families with children. Disney is now building it’s second private island getaway and Royal Caribbean just opened up it’s expanded Perfect Day at Coco Cay, a $250 million waterpark. #carnival #royalcaribbean #norwegian #celebrity #princess #hollandamerica #msc #disneycruises #cruiseshipnews #caribbeancruisenews #nassau #ochorios #progreso #puertovallarta #travellingwithbruce

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