Internet Cruises

April 11, 2014

"If you build it, they will come." That advice, which led to an Iowa farmer in the 1989 movie "Field of Dreams" to plow over his corn field and build a baseball diamond, has become the mantra of many new high-tech companies promoting trade e Internet. And the cruise tourism industry has also embraced this "shop by computer" concept. In fact, the Internet can be a wonderful source of information to help you plan a vacation full of excitement, getting the ship and stateroom descriptions, itineraries and tips on places to visit, passport and visa, shore excursions, shopping , weather and local interest, but it is the right place to book your dream vacation? Cruise lines are investing more than U.S. $ 15 billion to build at least 50 new ships in the first half of this decade, in addition to over 300 vessels already in service. Each of these vessels Different facilities with a unique and often this type of information can only be understood and communicated by face to face discussions with a cruise expert to avoid turning a vacation into an experience formidable mediocre. There is a misconception that because something is offered for sale on the Internet, it will be a unique or significant savings to the consumer.

More often however, is the ease of making a transaction that is the main benefit for certain types of travel. Do not assume that Internet prices will automatically be the lowest. Often, local agencies that have agreements with cruise lines that allow them to offer exceptional "not to be advertised" special.

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