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Myths About Cruises

Uncovered 5 myths about cruise travel by Agência Abreu Brasil

Most people dream of taking a cruise trip at least sometime in their lives, becoming something increasingly sought after when preparing for a trip.

With all the variations of attractions, gastronomy, activities and entertainment for all ages, all in one place. Having a variety of choice from lodging to cabins. But also with some myths that bar some people from making these trips unforgettable, but that were revealed by Agência Abreu Brasil.

5 Myths of a Cruise:

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Although they receive many passengers on their ships, the ships are filled with diverse social environments and activities for their entire audience. People are divided into the multiple hobbies of the ship, not showing up crowded like in resorts or hotels.


Many people are afraid of getting seasick on a cruise. However, nowadays, ships are becoming more modern and have equipment that allows greater stability and cutting-edge technology to trace more stable routes, offering greater comfort during the navigation period.


The official language on the ships is English. But on cruises in Brazil, many crew members speak Portuguese, since according to the law 25% of the employees on board need to be Brazilian. On international cruises, in turn, English is the most widely spoken language.


Generally, cruise packages include four daily meals (breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack and dinner) and beverages such as water, juices, coffees and teas in the buffets. However, most cruise ships are not all-inclusive. That is, a lot of the special restaurants are charged, and it is necessary to pay for the drinks.


No one is required to tip staff for the ship, and many companies already charge a fee set aside for the packages.