When a cruise comes to an end, it’s always a little sad to return to reality. But what if you could enjoy that same adventure all year round? It’s a dream many people have, and there are some who make it a reality. Living on a cruise ship isn’t as far-fetched as you might think, though it can be expensive. Here’s everything you need to know if you’re considering it.
How much does a 100 day cruise cost?
One option is to look for specialist cruises designed with residential living in mind. These are often longer than a standard cruise, and can be cheaper. Oceania Cruises, for example, has a 116-day package called Snowbirds in Residence that lets passengers spend the winter on the line’s ships.
Other options include taking a world cruise, which is likely to cost more than a regular cruise. However, it’s a great way to see the world in comfort and style — and you’ll only have to pack your bags once.
It’s important to research your options thoroughly before making such a life choice. It’s also important to consider things like medical coverage, internet access and the fact that different ports are a long way from home. You may also find that staying in touch with family and friends is difficult due to different time zones. And of course, you’ll need to decide what to do with your current home and possessions. If you’re able to afford it, then it might be well worth it.