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Who Chooses an Adults-Only Cruise?


As the kids get ready to go back to school, the team at Iglu Cruise reveals:


  1. There has been a significant increase in demand comparing 2023 vs 2019 (+45%) for adults-only cruises, due to the growth in availability of such options with cruise lines such as Virgin Voyages and Marella Cruises.

  2. Most adults-only cruisers travel as couples rather than solo or in groups

  3. The majority of our cruisers still travel without kids, despite the huge growth in family cruises


According to customer feedback, the top 10 benefits of an adults-only cruise are cited as:


  1. A sense of calm 

  2. Enjoying adult company

  3. More suitable entertainment

  4. Amenities on board are more adult appropriate – no kids clubs or mini discos

  5. Luxury culinary experiences

  6. Romantic vibes

  7. No dive-bombing in the pool 

  8. No queues for the ice-cream

  9. No wear and tear  

  10. Better access to pools and activities  


Iglu Cruise have nominated their top 5 adults-only cruise for the next 12 months, kids strictly not allowed!

October Odyssey

Breaking new ground in adults-only cruises, Virgin Voyages promise luxury and hedonism with not a kid in sight. Our 9-nighter, ‘The Irresistible Med from Barcelona’ includes two nights in Barcelona followed by stops in Toulon, La Spezia, Ajaccio and Ibiza Town. Enjoy the ease of free WiFi and dining in a choice of 20 restaurants. Iglu Cruise offers 9 nights departing on October 6, 2023, from £1,399 per person based on two sharing an inside cabin on Virgin Voyages’ Valiant Lady, and including return flights and overseas transfers, gratuities, all food and fitness classes. Virgin Barcelona and Med


Adriatic Bliss

Marella Explorer 2 offers a friendly and relaxed cruising experience only for adults. ‘Adriatic Delights & Dubrovnik’ focuses on fun on board, and historic sites in this fascinating area. Visiting Kotor, Zadar, Trieste, Ancona and Split, the cruise ends with a short break in Dubrovnik. Iglu Cruise offers 10 nights departing on October 12, 2023, from £1,342 per person based on two sharing an inside cabin on Marella Cruises’ Marella Explorer 2. It’s an all-inclusive cruise with flights, overseas transfers and tips included. Marella in the Adriatic


Spring Spectacular

A brilliant combination of thrills, on and off ship, the ‘Eastern Caribbean Islands with Las Vegas and Miami Beach’ cruise and stay is designed for adults. Highlights include Virgin Voyages’ private resort, VIP Bimini Beach Club, and Miami Beach. On top there is Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico’s San Juan and historic Frederiksted in St. Croix. Plus three nights in Las Vegas, a dazzling playground for fun-lovers. Iglu Cruise offers 13 nights departing on March 19, 2024, from £2,399 per person based on two sharing an inside cabin on Virgin Voyages’ Valiant Lady including flights, overseas transfers, WiFi, tips and over 20 dining options with 3 nights in Las Vegas and 1 night in Miami Beach. Eastern Caribbean in Spring


Awesome April

Follow an early Easter with a sunny Spring cruise on our ‘Mediterranean Medley and Majorca Stay’ next April. For less than £1,000 per person, the adults-only Marella 2 sails leisurely from Majorca, north east to Savona and Toulon, then onto Barcelona and Valencia. You’re aboard the Marella Explorer 2, an all-inclusive cruise with plenty of child-free whirlpools and a pool, shops and an open air cinema. Iglu Cruise offers 10 nights departing on April 16, 2024, from £968 per person based on two sharing an inside cabin on the all inclusive Marella Cruises’ Marella Explorer 2, including flights, overseas transfers and tips. Spring bliss

 

July can work too!

If you’d like to travel during the school holidays, but want to avoid hoards of kids, this 16-nighter  ‘Iceland from Southampton’ could be perfect. Sailing on P&O Cruises’ Arcadia, where no kids can board, our cruise has a fine combination of sea days and fascinating port stops. First stop is the Scottish Isle of Lewis and a chance to see the ancient Lewis chess pieces in Lews Castle, then on to Iceland before heading east to Norway. On board, Arcadia promises fine dining, theatre shows and a spa. Iglu Cruise offers 16 nights departing on July 30 2024, from £1,287 per person based on two sharing an inside cabin on P&O Cruises’ Arcadia, no tips required. July in Iceland

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