A fellow single parenter who works from home as a freelance writer has asked me to mention her editorial feature about cruise holidays for single parents. She has written a very informative piece – the link to the full article is at the bottom of this post.
She introduces it by saying:-
When you’re a single parent, it can sometimes seem like you’re performing a balancing act, not only in your day-to-day life, but also when holiday season comes around. It can be even more difficult if you have kids of various ages, who can’t seem to settle on just one destination. The solution couldn’t be simpler: take a cruise! Sailing the high seas is the stuff dreams are made of, for adults, teens and little kids alike. Moreover, most top cruise lines offer a myriad of fun adventures, games, theatrical shows, activities and much, much more, and some even give kids the chance to meet their favorite animated characters.
A cruise is a safe way to enjoy a holiday with your children, since you always know where they are. Plan your voyage wisely and you can make the most of the sites at ports of call, soaking up the history, culture and gastronomy alongside those you love the most. Of course, you can always decide to stay onboard and enjoy everything the ship has to offer – everything from cookery classes to wine tastings, sports activities and performances, while your children have the time of their lives at the kids’ clubs, under the guiding hand of trained child minders.
Most families who have experienced a cruise say it is hands-down the most memorable and holiday they have had in their lives. Make it extra special by reading our article on important considerations to make before you book your