College Spring Break Cruises for Spring Break 2013
Spring Break cruises are a great way to spend a break from college and it's cheaper than you think with our Spring Break Student Deals. Let the party begin!
A typical cruise ship is all-inclusive and would include your cabin, all your meals and snacks in between, even 24-hour room service, on board activities, (rock climbing, golfing, etc.), fitness center, shows every night as well as discos, bars and lounges, pools. Drinks, spa treatments and shore excursions are not included.
What could be better than boarding a beautiful ship and leaving your cares behind for a few days as you sail to some of the most exotic and exciting Spring Break locales in the world? Travel with friends or alone. There is a lot of fun to be had this Spring Break, and this is where you'll find it. Lay by pool and soak up the sun, enjoy the hot tub with friends, enjoy all the food you can eat, dance the night away in the disco.
You'll sail different Caribbean ports and have a chance to shop, explore on your own, or choose the many varied shore excursions available. Some popular options include: river tubing, catamaran/snorkeling cruises, horseback riding, and jeep safaris. While in the Bahamas, stop by Senor Frogs.
Popular Spring Break Cruise Lines
The two most popular cruise lines with college students are Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line due to pricing and favorable age requirements. Both Royal and NCL require that one person in each cabin be over the age of 21. So for Fraternities and Sororities, it is easy to take a large group and match underclassmen up with Juniors and Seniors for cabin assignment.
On Carnival Cruise Line, in order for someone under 21 to cruise they need a roommate over 25 years old. Due to their affordability, you’ll find the 3 – 5 night spring break cruise itineraries in March and April loaded with college students.
Age requirements in a cabin
Clipper, Disney Cruise Line, Princess Cruises
All passengers in a cabin must be 18 or older, or
If anyone in the cabin is younger than 18 years old, someone in the cabin must be 21 or older.
Celebrity, Costa (25 for March and April sailings), Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean
At least one person in each cabin must be 21 or older
Carnival, Holland America and Windstar Cruises
All passengers in a cabin must be 21 or older, or
If anyone in the cabin is younger than 21 years old, someone in the cabin must be 25 or older.
One exception to these age requirements is made for underage married couples, who as long as they are both 18 are allowed to board unaccompanied. These couples may be asked to show proof of their marriage.
The minimum drinking age for all alcoholic beverages on all ships is 21. One exception may be ships that cater just to Spring Breakers heading out to international waters. Make sure you check before you book, I can't think of a bigger let down.
Gambling also has age restrictions.
On Carnival, Holland America, Celebrity and Royal Caribbean, passengers must be 18 or older to play in the casinos. Norwegian and Princess, travelers must be 21 and older to be allowed to play in the casinos. Costa's requirement is 25 or older.
spring break groups
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Free Cruise for Group Leader
Plan your next spring break cruise ahead of time and organize 16 of your friends in at least double occupancy cabins and your cruise is Free! Ask us to create a flyer, Facebook page and webpage to help you get your group together. We can also help you arrange transportation to the port via chartered bus and add a reasonable pre or post cruise hotel rooms via our Cruise N Stay Program. We'll also get you the best price and special amenities for your group.
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