All Size Cruises
By Navire Coissey
Cruise means to sail or to go on a voyage for fun and
pleasure. It also means to move along slowly in an
unconcerned manner. Cruising has another meaning too -
traveling at a constant speed that provides optimum
efficiency for a fixed time, as in the case of aircrafts.
The most common meaning of the word cruise is the "cruise
ship." People carry a certain image for cruise ships. For
them a stupendous white Commercial ship that encloses
pleasure similar to paradise is the cruise ship. Since this
is what people imagine, all the advertisements of cruise
vessels depict this particular picture in order to promote
the cruise ships and vessels. To set the records straight,
this kind of love boats are just one of the categories of
types of cruise vessels.
There are many kids of cruise vessels for young people to
work. Some might work one a luxurious one while others might
not. There are big ocean liners, sail boats, luxurious river
boats and yachts. On a broader aspect the cruises can be
categorized into world cruises, river barge cruises and
World cruises navigate around the globe. These ships remain
at sea for a long time. These ships navigate passengers to
beautiful places of the world in a stylish manner. Large
cruise lines reschedule their ships in accordance with
various seasons. They also do so to lure their ultra rich
clientele. For instance, some ships of several cruise lines
go to Alaska in summer and in winters the same ships are
repositioned to the Caribbean.
Barge and river cruises are usually smaller cruise lines.
They are getting popular among the people as people who
cannot afford the ocean cruising opt for river and barge
cruises. Even those who can afford ocean cruising enjoy
river and barge cruises to have a different kind of
experience. River and barge cruises provide very intimate
and informal ambience as these cruise vessels are small and
include very few passengers.
Sailing and yachting cruises offer a different kind of
services. These have lesser number of crew members and you
might come across a deckhand who would also serve the food.
All of these cruises gives you the opportunity to be closer
to the water. You can enjoy the weather in the open water
sail boat. Although bad weather, can cause havoc to your
thrilling and romantic journey.
About The Author
Navire Coissey is the proprietor of A Cruise Site which is one of the leading resources on the subject of cruises available online. For more information, go to: http://www.acruisesite.com.