Spring Break Cruises

Spring Break Cruising

Spring break cruises are popular with families with school-age children, college students on vacation and teachers looking to get away. We can help you find the right spring break sailing — whether you're looking for a party, a family-friendly enclave, a warm-weather destination or even an adults-only cruise.

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  • Harmony of the Seas, currently the largest ship at sea, is the perfect cruise for people who are easily bored. It has a huge variety of activities and very good entertainment. It truly is a resort unto itself. Getting off at the ports is a ... Read more
  • This was our third cruise on Legend and our second with the same itinerary so we knew what to expect. There's lots to do, great entertainment, excellent food. We tended to go to the restaurant each night to avoid the temptation of too much food ... Read more
  • Disappointing
    Cruised many times on Celebrity Constellation does not meet the quality of others. Food very average.....Indian food bad..no variety ....service poor.....had to request change of dining room waiter....who said I have only. 2 hands.....onboard ... Read more
  • Pretty good overall
    We have sailed on this Ship before and enjoyed it very much. The start of our Cruise was a nightmare we waited forever to get on board then one of our suitcases was not delivered to our cabin and was held because we had a opened bottle of Gran ... Read more
  • Our first experience of Aqua class was good. Select dining was fully booked and we like to choose our own time, so we booked Aqua class. We loved being in a smaller restaurant and the staff were great. However, the food was a bit lacking in ... Read more
  • Rubbish
    To see Asia, first time cruising with Royal Caribbean and last, never again. Food - just about edible. Drinks - quick to sell the drinks package, twice we wanted Peronia and Stella, none in Pig & Whistle, or Windjammer on two occasions, ... Read more