TSC: The Solo Cruiser's Status Grows

You know that something is official when the most traditional of (fill in the blank) accepts it, no matter what the industry or walk of life is.

Today, the blank is filled in with Cunard.

Regarded by passengers as the most traditional (some might say staid) of all cruise lines, Cunard has now come to the table to recognize and cater to TSC. 

vcsPRAsset_515440_109314_3cc0484a-8135-4c89-8ae4-3ea1e68e154e_0That's The Solo Cruiser.

On the newest Cunard ship, Queen Elizabeth, there will be eight outside and one inside single staterooms. The cruise line is doing this — the first sailing will be December 16 — because it's "recognizing the increasing popularity of solo travel."

Besides solo staterooms, Cunard will also have special activities, a welcome reception and specially organized events on the ship and excursions on the ship…all for the single traveler.

It's also called changing with the times.

Today at Phil Reimer's portsandbows.com: Cruising the Crystal way in 2016-17

Caribbean Princess
7 nights
September 13, 2014
Fort Lauderdale (return): Princess CaysSt. MaartenSt. Thomas, Grand Turk
Inside: $599
Cost per day: $85

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