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Cruising with kids

When you consider all the bells and whistles that ships include to tempt young cruisers, it’s not hard to see why cruising is so popular. Adam Bishop has done the leg work so you can focus on selling: here are all the kid-friendly features of ships visiting Australia in 2018/19 season.

Fun on the ocean

Finding activities to cater for the whole family while on holidays can be tricky, but travellers on board Dream Cruise Line’s World Dream out of Hong Kong certainly won’t have that problem, with the ship’s exclusive ESC Experience Lab activity centre ensuring kids of all ages are kept busy.

All aboard! Why cruising solo can be double the fun

The cruise industry is finally taking notice of the needs of single travellers, writes Kristie Kellahan.

On tour // Ketchikan

Take a whirl on the ziplines of Alaska in a tour suited to both adventurous and solo travellers.

Cruise solo minus the surcharge

Captain Cook Cruises Fiji offers an intimate experience for solo travellers on board the MV Reef Endeavour, a small ship, accommodating up to only 120 passengers. The company also only charges a 25% single supplement.

Get to know your BDM: Dream Cruises

Get to know your BDM for Dream Cruises, Katrina Katich.

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