Who Knew Cruises
Become the next Emeril Lagasse or advance your career, all while lounging in the luxury of a Mega-Cruise!
First time cruisers and some experienced travelers too, will be surprised to learn that cruises are now more than buffets, bathing suits and banana drinks! Stepping onto a moving ocean liner is a journey with unexpected dimensions.
There are many special offerings cruise ships offer, and here are a few:
Digital Photography Courses. Cruising the Inside Passage of Alaska, novice to advanced photographers can learn camera basics to enhanced photo imaging from the classroom to the deck. Special guest lecturers from accredited schools, art institutes and museums can be found joining in to enhance the learning environment.
Culinary Demonstrations presented by world class chefs are a crowd favorite. Tantalize the taste buds and spice up the domestic aptitude, while leisurely sailing the Mediterranean Coast, the heart of European flavors. Who knew the type of Olive Oil was the secret to the delightful Seafood Medley served on board the Golden Princess!
Seminar At Sea programs, like the one on the Oasis of the Seas by Royal Caribbean International, offers the perfect venue for training, teamwork and educational events. Conference and Meeting facilities are fully equipped to handle the schedules and technical needs of groups from 25-1200 guests. Plus the cruise conference fare includes attendee lodging, food and extracurricular needs.
Cruise ships have become standalone destinations. Innovative guest services, modern technology, and catering to an anti-boredom crowd, has pushed cruise lines to change things up. They are looking to become a preferred destination, and knowledgeable agents are fine-tuning their specs to appease all travelers.
There are local ways to prepare for cruises:
- Talk with a Cruise Agent
- Take a photography class
- Shop for easy to travel clothing
- Find great travel accessories
- Read Passport/Visa regulations