Whether you want to talk about your most recent cruise, find out what other travellers think of a certain itinerary, or simply get something off your chest, the forum at Cruises.co.uk can help.
Our forum is completely free to use and is a great way to communicate with fellow cruisers, as well as being a good source of advice – you can even make suggestions if you think you might be able to help deal with another user's query!
Our forum is dedicated to all things cruise related, so no matter what you want to know about a holiday sailing the seas, you are sure to find it here.
You will be able to view posts about different cruise lines we work with, such as P&O, Cunard, MSC and Fred. Olsen, allowing you to ask others what they thought of the ships and itineraries offered by these providers.
Reading cruise reviews is a great way to help you narrow down your options if you are looking for a holiday, giving you honest and impartial advice about the various trips on the market.
You will also be able to read up on the latest cruise news and find out more about which stops other travellers particularly enjoyed visiting.
What's more, there are dedicated threads for solo cruising, breaks for families and joining a trip if you or one of your party is disabled, so you can pick up useful tips about the most appropriate itineraries for you and handy hints on how to make your break truly memorable.
You might discover that our forum is a great place to seek out the best cruise deals, as all the latest discounts will be posted on here to help you book a holiday for less than you may think!
There really is something for everyone on our forum, with plenty of discussions about more specialised cruises, such as those going on expeditions or trips themed around a particular activity.
Get to know people on Cruises.co.uk
Another advantage to our forum – particularly if you are travelling alone – is that you can start chatting to fellow cruisers booked on the same voyage as you well before you board the ship.
That means as soon as you step aboard you will have some friends to spend time with and can look forward to getting to know people better as you journey to some truly wonderful destinations.
Just look for the All Aboard section on our forum and you can add yourself to the cruise roll call, tell others a bit about your interests and see who you meet along the way!
And if you want to learn some more about any of the specialists who help you find the perfect breaks, just have a look at the Cruise Consultants sub-forum, where you'll find a short biography about all of our members of staff.
Book the ideal break with Cruise.co.uk
No matter what kind of cruise you would like to go on, you will be able to find some useful information on the Cruises.co.uk forum, from what to pack to which excursions are particularly fascinating.
It is also the ideal place for anyone new to cruising to learn more about this kind of holiday – and to seek out the best deals.
You can then go on to make your booking via the Cruise.co.uk website, which owns and operates the Cruises forum.
Our staff are always happy to help with any questions you may have, so feel free to get in touch with us via the forums, using our email address – firstname.lastname@example.org – or call us on 0800 408 6200.