I am an oldy but newby in the cruise category. The single supplement can be a stopper. Is it possible to find a compatible roommate through the Internet, and avoid the extra cost? If you would like to take a chance on a guy who has traveled the world, but always on land and in the air, let me know. I will be happy to correspond. I live in a suburb of Phoenix and would like to depart from San Diego, LA, or other west coast locations. I am not fussy about destinations, but fall and winter cruises to Alaska would be far down on my list. My travel date preference would be December through March.
I am interested in crusing, and its always nice to go with someone else.
I am a 50yr old lady from Australia. I travel a lot and love to cruise.
I am planning a trip to usa and south america later this year and would like to incorporate at least one cruise into the trip. I will probably be away a couple of months.
I am a positive funloving person, non smoker, and very sociable.
I am a professional woman and appreciate classy enviornments.
Please let me know more about yourself, and maybe we can find some common ground.
Terry that is a cool picture. Must be great to travel so often.You might consider a singles cruise they would book you with a same sex roomate but you would have a whole group of people to hang out with. I did one with Cruising for Love website, in October it was great, meet many friends and we are keeping in touch still. Also I belive Princess HAL, and Norwegian have singles share programs where if they don't find you a cabin mate you get the cabin alone but without the singles supplement.