Cruise Deals: The Best Offers to the Caribbean, Spain & More
Want to visit multiple dreamy beaches without the hassle of travel planning? Book one of our cruise vacations with trusted providers to your favourite destinations and travel in style—with accommodations, food, and lots of fun extras built in. Cruises are a great option not just for big group trips or family holidays, but also for solo travellers looking for a worry-free getaway. Whether you’re looking to relax on the deck as you island-hop through the Mediterranean, explore picturesque coastal towns in Northern Europe, or set sail for the white sands and vivid blue waters of the Caribbean, we’ve got you covered with the best cruise deals in the seven seas.
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When is the best time to take a cruise?
Enjoy the open sea lounging on the deck and by the pool on a summer trip, escape the cold British winters by exploring the Mediterranean, or soak up the last warm days of the year with a holiday in the autumn. If you choose the right destinations, a cruise is a worthy endeavour any time of the year. That being said, you can save a few quid by booking in the off season, depending on where you want to go, and particularly if you find an early bird deal. For example, cruise providers are less likely to plan trips to the Caribbean and Southeast Asia during the British summer months, as it coincides with the start of the hurricane or rainy season in those areas. Therefore November through March are the best months to get your fix of sun.
Is there a high and low season for cruises?
The high and low season depends on your destination. The high season for Mediterranean cruises is summertime, but many travelers prefer the milder temperatures of spring and fall. Asia is popular in winter, but can get too hot and humid in summer. Cruises over the Baltic Sea are most beautiful in summer, when the sun never sets in many Nordic countries and you can experience the "white nights" in St. Petersburg—the downside, however, is that prices are highest at this time of year. If you don't mind missing the midnight sun and can handle the breezy weather, you'll find better deals booking a Baltic Sea cruise in spring or autumn.