7 Night Cruises

Written by Diane Sievert
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Sure, you can take a 3 or 4 night cruise. But if you're anything like me, it takes you at least a couple of days to unwind, and before you know it, your vacation is over. 7 night cruises are the most popular for a reason.

Seven Night Cruises Are the Way to Go

Now, you obviously can't tour the world in a week, but you'll be amazed at just how many places you can visit on a 7 night cruise. You can cruise Alaska, the Mexican Riviera, Europe or the Caribbean and make multiple stops along the way. You'll find a multitude of vacation packages specializing in 7 night cruises.

Seven night cruises stop at more ports, giving you a better chance to explore your destination. Most 7 night cruises call on 3 or 4 ports. A 3 or 4 night cruise, on the other hand, will only call on 1 or 2 ports.

If you're a busy person with a hectic schedule, a 7 night cruise is ideal. However, if you've got a little more time on your hands, you'll find tons of cruises with longer itineraries. Some world cruises take more than 100 days to complete their journey. If you're looking for a real treat, investigate 12 and 14 night cruises. These longer cruises allow you to relax and really enjoy your cruise time.


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