Feedback Friday: The Perfect Cruise-Planning Tool Revealed

April 4, 2014 | By | No Comments

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You’ve got questions, we’ve got answers. Every other Friday we will bring you a piece of reader feedback and our response. Have a question about cruising? Notice an error on our site? Want to just drop a comment for our consideration? Submit your own feedback by e-mailing feedback@cruisecritic.com, and maybe we’ll select your submission for our next Feedback Blog.
This Week’s Feedback: This week we’re addressing all of the emails we receive about itineraries, ports and general cruise planning. While we pride ourselves on being the leading website for cruise planning, some queries on specific sailings are so detailed, we need to look them up ourselves to make sure they’re even possible!
For example, “I want a cruise that departs from New Orleans sailing to Cozumel, and then a separate sailing from Cozumel to Miami.” With all the places that cruise ships go, we could dream up endless itineraries. Unfortunately, many of them aren’t actually available. How do we know this? The Find a Cruise tool.

Our Response: You know the ports, the month, even your cruising style, but you’re undecided on what line might be able to accommodate you. Time to turn to one of the handiest tools on our site, Find a Cruise. which allows you to enter in all of this information to find your perfect cruise vacation. Drop-down options include Destination, Cruise Line, To and From Dates, Cruise Length, Departure Port, Popular Ports, Ship and Cruise Style.
So whether you’re planning a very specific trip, or just in the daydreaming phase, give Find a Cruise a whirl — you may find voyages you never even knew existed!

 

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