15 Cruise Splurges – Are They Worth It? Pt. 1

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Cruise Splurges; are they worth it?

Today on the CruiseTipsTV Unplugged podcast we are talking about 15 Cruise Splurges. Are any of the things that cost extra worth it? This is part 1 of 2. 

In this part one we take a look at the following cruise splurges:

  1. Balcony cabins
  2. Booking a suite or mini-suite or a specialty cabin like a spa cabin
  3. Internet packages
  4. Massages & spa treatments
  5. Spa passes & thermal suites
  6. Cabanas on private islands or on ship
  7. Private pool areas, like Princess’s Sanctuary

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Sheri and her family are cruise content creators focused on providing practical tips and advice to new and seasoned cruisers. CruiseTipsTV’s audience enjoys following Sheri and her family as they travel the world by ship creating travel films. Sheri has visited destinations like Japan, Mexico, Alaska, Europe and the Caribbean, and has experienced 33 cruises on 6 cruise lines. She was named one of Porthole Cruise Magazine’s 10 Travel Influencers Changing How We Vacation in 2018 and 2019. Sheri has been quoted in the New York Times, CNBC, Forbes, Prevention, and Business Innovator Radio. Her YouTube Channel, CruiseTipsTV has over 87,000 subscribers and 17 million views.