How to Cruise Nearly Free, MSC Cruise Lines Good Food?, Cruise Myths, Galapagos Excursions and LOL/24 Approvals!

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This coming Monday in my home town snow is forecast. This past Wednesday it hit 72* and I had the windows open and ran my smoker for the first time in 2024 – crazy. My body is very confused after a week in Jamaica with 85* the high and 71* the low just about every day and sunshine. Does your body “freak out” when you get back from a cruise? Speaking of freaking out look at this past week’s posts:

My wife and I are looking at a number of cruise possibilities for our next grand vacation. We have now amassed another large pile of UR points (from the killer current new card offers) and now are turning our attention to how to fly free and what hotels we can stay at for free. Points, and some other budgeting and discounts, can make your next cruise nearly free as well (it just takes some work but worth it)!

The next shocker for the week is that, yes, there is a place you can go on an MSC cruise and have some of the best food I have ever had at sea! No really I am not kidding there is a place on an MSC ship where the food is not similar to dog food (and they even clean the poo from the shrimp). Check it out!

If you talk to people who have never been on a cruise likely the reason they have not is because the believe one of the many myths about cruising. We break them down and look at the facts vs. fiction when it comes to a vacation at sea.

Ever been to Galapagos island? I really really want to go and I hear they are raising the fee to go next year by 2x the current price. Either way Michael breaks down the unique activities you can take part in on a Galapagos cruise.

Lastly this week, as I highlighted in my post above, I love cruising but I really don’t like paying for cruises. There are ways to reduce your cruise costs and Chris focuses this week on a HUGE card offer you may be approved for even if you are LOL/24!

Have a safe weekend wherever you are and from all of us at Frequent Floaters we very much thank you for reading and supporting the blog in it’s second year at sea! – René

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