Cruises are a great way to see multiple destinations without having to repack your suitcase every few days—and they don’t have to be expensive. One way to save is by going on a repositioning cruise (a one way trip meant to move the ship from one port to another), and now is the time to book if you want your choice of itineraries.
You can even use a repositioning cruise to supplement your trip and take a different mode of transportation to or from your destination! You do trade time for the decrease in price since repositioning cruises often include a stretch of 2-6 days at sea while the ship is crossing the Atlantic or Pacific ocean. As long as you’re saving money with a repositioning cruise, make sure you do your research to see where else on the cruise you can get the most bang for your buck.
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