Archive for May 3rd, 2011
There has never been a better time to hit the high seas for a cruise vacation. An estimated 18.4 million passengers will be cruising the world’s waters in 2010 in search of a remarkable vacation.According to Cruise Market Watch, the worldwide cruise capacity is up almost 7 percent in 2010, as cruise lines add new ships to boost their lines. And with the additional space, some cruise lines are offering value pricing so the new space and the existing spaces are booked.
There are plenty of short-range cruises available for a quick getaway:
- A three-night cruise to the Bahamas for just $199. You’ll see Miami, Fla., Nassau and Norwegian Private Island.
- Or maybe you would like a five-night cruise to the Western Caribbean, starting in Miami and traveling to Ocho Rios and the Grand Cayman – all for $359 per adult passenger.
- Or for $489 per adult passenger, go the other direction toward the Eastern Caribbean for a seven-night cruise to Miami, Samana, St. Thomas, Tortola and Great Stirrup Cay.
- Or, if you want to start on the West Coast, consider a seven-day cruise from Los Angeles, Calif., to Mexico. For $499 per adult passenger, you can enjoy stops in Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, Cabo San Lucas and then back to Los Angeles.
These cruises offer just a taste of the quick-trips available from U.S. ports of call. There are plenty of other ventures on both sides of the coast to experience. But with cruising so hot this year, this may be the time to try a trip that’s a bit more alluring – someplace off the Caribbean track.
“Sail, sail, sail!” was the call by those who live near the coast line in the early days. This sounds very fascinating for many of us who have a love for natural beauty and simple life styles. Boating is one of the oldest and modest ways, when we talk all about recreation one can ever image of. It is perfect for rowing across the water from bank to bank, enjoying the sights and sounds of nature.
Boating itself is a big delight for a lot of people out there. They just sit back relax and absorb the positive energy, the sun, the sky and water. It is an easy way to refresh your soul from the stressful world we all live in. The gust of wind, over your watercraft seems sweeter than normal and works wonders to relax and cut loose from all the worries you hold in your head.
It is a complete fun package from every angle. It has been greatly modified and evolved in the present times with water skiing, wake boarding, boogie boarding and much more. With the fast running world it has become very fast with a lot of depth in categories. For many it is worth to indulge in recreation ideas like boating sports.