Here Are the Best Cruises for Seniors

Sea travel is a great way to see the world. Cruises let you visit multiple cities and enjoy yourself as you go. As you age, your cruise liner amenities may change. You may now prefer a quieter scene with more relaxing programming, daytime activities

engaging evening entertainment over nightlife or children's activities. Travel experts recommend the best cruises for over-60s, regardless of your interests. Farewell!

Silversea Cruises

He says guests over 60 will enjoy the stylish accommodations and personal butler service (the staff-to-guest ratio is nearly one-to-one). The 10-ship fleet visits 900 destinations, including the Mediterranean, Alaska, the Galapagos Islands, and Australia. Each liner has a spa, fitness classes, and multiple restaurants. Adult programming means no kids.

Royal Caribbean Cruises 

Royal Caribbean cruises offer rock climbing, mini-golf, ice skating, and spa days. The ship has many children's activities, but it also has many adult-only programmes on board and ashore.

Celebrity Cruises

These liners have extensive casinos, spas, and shopping centres. Shows, music, and kid-friendly activities are also available (if the grandkids come along). You can also attend low-key evening parties and events for a nightcap.

Cunard Line

The world's oldest British cruise line focuses on luxury. Princess Diana and Queen Elizabeth II were aboard. "Cunard is well known for its traditional approach to cruising and operates the last remaining ocean liner, the Queen Mary 2," says De Lio.

Viking Cruises

Viking Cruises has the best amenities and destinations for seniors. De Lio says Viking has been a favourite for its great service, dining, and luxury. The Switzerland-based company offers river, ocean, and expedition cruises, so you can sail anywhere if you like it.

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