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All Fred Olsen ships offer 40 to 64 solo cabins, perfect for those cruising single
All Fred Olsen ships offer 40 to 64 solo cabins, perfect for those cruising single
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Top 10 Tips for Cruising Single

These pointers will help you navigate around the obstacles of sailing solo with ease

By ShermansTravel Editorial Staff

ShermansTravel.com

June 30th, 2011

The prospect of sailing the high seas sounds a siren call for the solo traveler – offering an ocean of opportunity to mingle with like-minded travelers in the same boat as you (quite literally!), as well as ample activities and experiences both onboard and in port catered to your specific tastes. While being the captain of your own vacation is enticing indeed, booking a cruise as a single traveler presents plenty of obstacles – like having to pony up for a single supplement or alternatively find a roommate, not to mention figuring out how to make friends on a massive ocean liner. Let these 10 tips for cruising single serve as a compass for finding the best ways to maximize your solo status in the oft coupled-up cruise world. Get started planning your next solo trip with our Tips for Cruising Single slideshow.

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