Dream Cruise: Back to Back

Morning everyone! If your like me, then you don’t think a 7 night cruise is enough. By that time you have just become accustomed to the great ship you are on, and have established a routine. Wake up, get ready for the day, eat an ice cream cone, breakfast, ice cream, lunch, ice cream, ice cream, ice cream , dinner, ice cream, ice cream, see a show with ice cream, bed, and repeat.  So why should your 7 night cruise only last 7 nights? Well, if you have the money laying around, then why don’t you look into a back to back cruise. All you really have to do is book two 7 night cruises departing 2 weeks in a row in the same cabin. You could hit up the western Caribbean one week, and the eastern the next! Plus, you STILL only have to unpack once! When you dock back in your home port after the first cruise, usually the cruise line sets up a group, after all the other passengers have left, where back to backers are quickly led through customs and immigration without any luggage! Then after that, you are free to leave the ship and head into town. A back to back cruise is so easy to do, and really is the best way to do a cruise. You unpack once, visit probably about 6 to 8 different ports, meet new people, stay with your favorite crew members, enjoy delicious food, and best of all relax on the Lido deck and watch the sun set over the stern for 14 great nights.

Have a great Tuesday everyone!




Mike Faust

Mike Faust is an avid world traveler, often found traversing city streets in Asia and Europe rather than his home city of Boca Raton. Mike has touched down in 39 countries, set sail on 35 cruises, and flown over 400,000 lifetime miles.