A repositioning cruise is one in which the embarkation and disembarkation ports are different. Basically meaning the cruise begins and ends in two different locations which are typically a great distance apart. Cruise lines typically offer these cruises in the spring or fall when they are repositioning their ships to their summer and winter destinations. These cruises are generally cheaper however they offer fewer amenities. The staff and entertainment is generally decreased and they are typically longer than an average cruise with fewer ports of call in less popular destinations (i.e. a 10 day cruise with 2 ports of call). If you are considering booking a repositioning cruise, make sure you research the details to determine if this type of cruise is the best fit.
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