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.

Get smart to nab yourself a luxury cruise for less

Sail in grandeur without leaking cash.

P&O breaks out new short break cruises, Princess goes local

P&O Cruises announces more short break cruises, while Princess goes local.

Expedition cruising is the next big thing

Once a niche market, expedition and adventure cruises are increasingly in demand.

Boomers spending the inheritance on cruising

Baby boomers are spending more money than ever on cruises, says new research.

Max Williams rates his budget cruise to South Australia

Is a budget cruise a great way to see South Australia?

Five essential cruise tips to save you time and money

Essential tips to help you save time, money and to make the most of your voyage.

Why cruise costs are set to soar after 2020

Tough new environmental laws may mean the cost of cruising increases.

Overnight tall ship cruise including Goat Island tour from $299

Get into tall ships with a genuine cruise experience on a 1940s timber tall ship.

Cruise expert explains line cruises and when to get a great cruise deal

We ask a cruise expert to explain line cruises and the best time to get a good deal.

Get ready for a bumper season: Royal Caribbean

Could this be Australia's most impressive cruise season yet?.

Smartraveller’s tips for safe sailing

Our friends at Smartraveller share their top tips for safe sailing.

Experience a thrilling King Crab adventure in Norway

Sail with Viking Cruises, for a bucket-list experience you won't find anywhere else.

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