Published at Sunday, June 03rd 2018. by leonda avril in Cruise Ship Cabins.
There are many different cabin types on the ship usually labeled by the type of view it offers such as inside cabin window view or balcony. Prices are related to how large the room is what type of amenities it offers and what type of view the guest will have. Do plenty of research on different cruise lines and different cabins before choosing a room. Be sure to know exactly what your specific needs and wants are. Chances are every cruise line will offer a cabin that will only enhance your cruise experience.
Cost is typically the primary concern of most travelers. The more amenities a cabin offers the more it will cost. For example cabins with a balcony typically cost 25% more than cabins with just a window. Windowless cabins cost far less but guests are left with no view. It is important to know what you are willing to live without on your trip. If a balcony is not that important then forego it to save money for entertainment or a future trip. Cabin sizes will differ on different cruise lines. The smallest rooms on larger cruise ships will be bigger than some of the larger rooms on smaller cruise ships. Many people prefer to get a smaller room and extend their vacation. After all the cabin is just a place to sleep. All of the fun and entertainment is above deck.
Before becoming a joint owner it would be imperative to find other people who have similar goals. I would suggest composing a preliminary DCCR (DECLARATION OF COVENANTS CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS). You can do this before you even shop for a ship. Write your version of how you envision the shared ownership of a cruise ship as it should be. Then see if you can find some people who agree with your goals and your DCCR subject to some revisions and concessions to accommodate other joint owners.
There are hundreds of cruise ships on the market but I will just mention one more here. This cruise ship has RO/RO (Roll-On Roll-Off) capability. This would be very convenient for live aboard owners who want to bring their toys with them. The garage deck will accommodate 6 to 8 trucks or 60 to 80 cars. That converts to a lot of co-owner toys such as motorhomes travel trailers campers cabin cruisers ski boats jet skis sailboats houseboats bass boats motorcycles ATVs cars and trucks.
One of the hallmarks of NCL`s acclaimed Freestyle Cruising is the choice of dining options and not surprisingly the Epic takes this feature to a new level. In addition to the two main dining areas the Epic offers 17 other dining venues each with its own cuisine and ambiance. This includes the spacious main buffet area (the Garden Cafe) in which the food was consistently fresh and of high-quality (albeit with somewhat less variety than we`ve experienced on some other ships). It also includes the poolside grill (Spice H2O) O`Sheehan`s (a huge sprawling pub that became the meeting place and social nucleus for many of the ship`s guests) and several specialty restaurants such as La Cucina Italian restaurant (which was even more attractively decorated on the Epic than on other NCL ships) Tepanyaki Japanese grill (much larger than on other NCL ships) and Le Bistro French restaurant just to name a few. Each of the specialty restaurants has a cover charge (which ranges from $10 to $35 per person) but in my opinion they are all well worth the money.
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