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4 Reasons to Consider a Small Ship Cruise

by Jennifer Prince
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No matter your cruising experience, consider a small ship. Having fewer people offers unique opportunities while at sea.

Lines – Frustrated by queues for food, disembarking, and … everything? Smaller boats equal shorter – even nonexistent – lines.

Staff – Whether you are in the dining room or at the information desk, a smaller staff-to-guest ratio on a small boat offers individualized attention.

Sea Days – Deck chairs and towels are no longer a commodity for only those who get up at the crack of dawn.

Docking – Small boats can get in where big ships can’t, so you can avoid crowds at port, too.

Jennifer Prince resides in Virginia with her husband, 3 teens and 4 cats. She blogs about her journeys at Travel Like a Prince

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