Welcome to the YourLifeChoices cruising page, where you can find the latest cruise ships, cruise destinations and cruise deals.

Cruising is relaxing – you only need to unpack once – and yet you will visit many different destinations – the perfect senior travel experience.

Whether you jump on a Russian ice-breaker, cruise the Rhine or take a cargo ship in Mexico, a cruise is a stress-free holiday suitable for all ages, from grandchildren to pre-retirees and beyond, there’s a cruise that’s right for you.

Fly free and save up to $400 on 2019 European river cruises

Travelmarvel offers more value, more inclusions and more choice.

Receive up to $400 spending money with Princess Cruises

There has never been a better time to book your next cruise with Princess.

Cruise news: Big savings for solo cruisers

Cruise companies are offering a load of last-minute river cruise deals for 2018 voyages as

YLC member exclusive: Save 50% on your partner’s fare

Join Captain Cook Cruises for voyages of discovery to unspoilt islands.

Cruise News: Richard Branson shows off his new ‘lady’

Richard Branson shows us inside his new Virgin Voyages vessel.

Save up to 40 per cent on cruises with Royal Caribbean’s sale

Royal Caribbean's half-year clearance sale is the perfect time to book your next cruise.

Lowest price we’ve seen for a South Pacific cruise

P&O announces flash sale on South Pacific cruise that's too good to believe.

Cruise & Maritime Voyages launches 2020 World Cruise

Cruise & Maritime Voyages will launch a round-the-world cruise in 2020.

Spending retirement years on a cruise liner

More retirees are growing sea legs and hitting the deck permanently.

Three themed cruises for a once-in-a-lifetime experience

No one will be bored onboard these three amazing (and affordable) themed cruises.

Super ice-breakers for solo cruisers

These five conversation starters are invaluable for those travelling alone.

Why a repositioning cruise may be the best value voyage

Manuela wants to know how repositioning cruises work.

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