Why You Should Consider New Year’s Eve Cruises This Year
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Are you one of those people who’s just sick and tired of the same celebrations at the same place with the same people, year after year? Do you think New Year’s Eve is the most overrated holiday ever? Then New Year’s Eve cruises are something you should definitely look into.
What if you could simply enjoy the evening? Have fun and meet new people while exploring epic destinations? Do yourself a favor and consider going on a New Year’s Eve cruise this year. There won’t be any hassles. You won’t be doing the exact same thing everyone else you know is doing. Instead, you’ll be creating unforgettable memories.
Here are the best reasons to go on a New Year’s Eve cruise.
Here’s Why You Should Choose a New Year’s Eve Cruise This Year
You Can Party at More Than One Venue
As opposed to being stuck in one bar or club all night—and often paying outrageous New Year’s Eve prices, New Year’s Eve cruises give you the chance to switch venues. You can often explore several different bars and lounges on a single ship, many of which will have their own theme and party going on.
The Chance to Nurse a Hangover With a Sea Breeze at Your Own Balcony
If you’ve gone a little overboard the night before—not literally of course!—you can simply hang out in your stateroom to recover. Few things are more awesome on New Year’s Day than ordering room service and kicking back at your very own balcony. A refreshing sea breeze does wonders for headaches.
This might actually be the best reason to go on New Year’s Eve cruises. Who doesn’t want to show off to their colleagues, right? While everyone else will have nothing that interesting or different to tell, there you are—recounting your days basking in the sun, epic parties at sea and all the adventures you had.
New Year’s Eve Cruises Might Actually Be Cheaper Than One Night at a Fancy Nightclub
If you don’t pick a super-long cruise in a faraway destination, you might find a New Year’s Eve cruise that’s potentially cheaper than spending a night in a fancy downtown club. Including the usually pretty steep entrance fee and way overprices drinks and food, you could be out several hundreds of dollars in just one evening. Check out Carnival Cruises’ 4-day sailings to places like Baja California, the Bahamas and the Western Caribbean, for example. They won’t cost you a whole lot more than $520.
No Stress, No Worries
The thing about New Year’s Eve cruises is that you won’t have to worry about a thing. Leave it up to the crew and entertainment team to put everything together. And they will! Instead of repeating last year’s New Year’s Eve with the same people, you’ll attend party you’ll remember forever.
Born and raised in Belgium, Bram is currently based in the Pacific Northwest where he spends his days blogging, hiking, indulging in freshly roasted coffee and sipping craft beers. An experienced traveler, his… More about Bram R