The state of the economy has left fewer people able to engage in luxury purchases. That means that many of the great experiences that you’ve always wanted to have at sea are easier to get than ever. Why? Because cruise ships lose money when they sail away with empty cabins. They still have to pay for the food on board, the crew wages and the resources it takes to keep the ship going. Every empty cabin means less profitability.
Cruise ships are getting bigger and bigger, and those ships are getting more and more luxurious. The highest profitability for cruise lines would be if every cabin was full and every passenger paid full price. Today, that isn’t likely to happen.
Most cruise lines don’t want to widely advertise how low they’re willing to price their cabins. But in order to get every cabin booked, they have to lower prices. So to save money and get the cruise of your dreams, you just need to do some homework.
So What’s The Secret?