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.

Travel Vision: Which European cruise are you?

If a river cruise is on your wish list, look no further than Avalon Waterways as your host.

Annoying habits that drive cruise passengers crazy

Travel expert Gary Bembridge shares the 12 things that drive cruisers crazy.

Chatting with the Captain of the Reef Endeavour

Ever wanted to meet a real life sea captain? You can on the Reef Endeavour.

Are there companies that do cruises around Australia?

Colin and his wife would like to tour Australia by sea, but is this even possible?

How not to get a cruise cabin upgrade

This attempt at a cabin upgrade is guaranteed to fail.

A brief history of cruising

Cruise expert Douglas Ward explains how cruising began.

Coral Expeditions expands solo traveller program

Coral Expeditions is expanding its solo traveller program.

Cruise News: Crashes, christenings and canals

News about cruise ships crashing, christening of new vessels and exciting itineraries.

CMV launches round-the-world voyages for 2021

Cruise & Maritime Voyages Australia launches round-the-world voyages for 2021.

Travel SOS: How do cruise lines handle food allergies?

Poppy is considering going on her first cruise but is worried about her gluten intolerance.

Travel Vision: New cruise ship offers guests submarine tours

Scenic gives cruisers a reason to be excited about the launch of its latest vessel.

Australian cruisers’ most preferred destinations revealed

Australian cruisers' most preferred destinations revealed.

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