With so many of your friends planning cruise parties on different occasions you might as well end up questioning their sanity at the first place. Are cruises safe? Aren’t they worried about their kids falling off cruises when the entire family is busy in making merry on board? From where do they get all that money to sponsor party cruises?
Let us tell you that we have answers to all the aforementioned questions. Contrary to what many people out there think – cruises are safe and they are not as expensive. You will be able to explore details as you read on because today we will be debunking the leading myths about party cruises.
Myth #1: Cruises are Not Safe for Kids
First things first. As has already been indicated above, there are many who believe that cruises are not safe for children. So, they (these cruises) do not even feature remotely in their birthday party ideas. We would however ask you not to let such assumptions keep you from planning a great cruise party – no matter what the occasion is – i.e. birthday, Christmas or New Year.
Let us tell you that the most reputable cruise liners are backed by the services of competent on board staff members that ensure that your kids are absolutely safe on board while you are busy in your own merriment. It’s not like you are supposed to supervise your children when they are immersed in their own activities on board as well. The cruises always have their own staff to take care of these needs.
So, yes, let us tell you that much against what you believe cruises are actually safe for kids.
Myth #2: Cruises are Expensive
You think that hiring Sydney cruise is a fiscally impossible proposition quite simply because there is a “cruise” involved. Yes, cruise parties are expensive but in no way is it correct to assume that after throwing a party you will virtually be left without a penny. Gone are the days when cruises used to cost people a fortune. Things don’t work any more that way. It has to be remembered that cruise parties are way commoner than what they ever used to be. Since more and more people are now interested to try out experimental party ideas rather than the mundane discs and house parties, cruises are gradually penetrating into the regular party scenario. One of the best ways in which the leading cruise liners can actually make a mark is by lowering their charges—or at least bringing services to people within competitive price brackets. We are not saying that cruise parties come cheap but we are also not saying that they are incredibly expensive.
There are market competitive packages to be availed.
Myth #3: Cruises are full of Germs
There are several people who feel that cruises are full of germs that of course pose a health threat to everyone present on board. However, it’s not true as well. Reputable liners once again resort to commendable hygiene standards (like fist bumps instead of traditional handshakes so that the germs do not spread, very clean buffet and dining areas etc).