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Cruising is a holiday like no other. Relax in luxury aboard your floating hotel while the world comes to you.
With a cruise holiday, you can wake up to a different destination every day.
Cruising has become one of the travel industry’s fastest growing holiday types, and it’s not surprising. Did you know, more than 25 million cruisers are set to take to the seas during 2017?
A good reason could be that cruises cover a wide range of destinations and offer notably great value for money.
Your basic cruise fare will usually include your flights (where applicable), transfers and on board accommodation, main meals and snacks, entertainment, on board lectures and seminars, social events, and full use of the ship’s facilities, including swimming pools and fitness centre.
You can be as active or as relaxed as you choose... after all, it’s your holiday to spend exactly how you wish! With a cruise holiday, the options are endless, from deciding which company and ship suit your requirements to the destinations you want to visit, and for those guests who don’t wish to fly, you can choose to travel from a wide range of UK departure ports.
For some, just the thought of a cruise holiday can seem a little daunting, with so many choices and so much variety; so at ROL Cruise we are here to help. As the leading independent national cruise specialist, we are delighted to share our experience, knowledge, and expertise to help find you a cruise holiday that suits you. Read on to learn everything you need to know about cruising.
"I have only just discovered cruise holidays and it is such a wonderful experience - I wish I had started cruising sooner!"
Mrs. Roberts, Abergele - Travelled aboard Braemar in 2016
"This was our first cruise but thanks to your staff it was a fantastic experience which we are keen to repeat."
Mr. Mattison, Altrincham - Travelled aboard Queen Mary 2 In 2016