Royal Caribbean International
To avoid cabin fever, something which seems to set in rather quickly among the elderly seeking to be out and about, the Royal Caribbean International’s fleet offers some really huge ships. Seniors who want to maintain a good balance between staying active and perhaps resting their bones whenever they will be right at home here, with kids and grandkids well-catered to if they’re to be brought along.
Caribbean and Bahamas
You’d perhaps expect nothing less than luxury from a cruise line owned by an Italian family, but that’s exactly what you get with Silversea Cruises. When you hit your golden years you perhaps delight in splurging a bit of the money you worked so hard to accumulate over the years and nobody can blame you. You’ll feel like you’re in a hotel at sea, with the ultra-luxury elements of this sea-going hotel all-inclusive in the fare.
Australia and New Zealand
Canada & New England
Caribbean & Central America
Micronesia, Melanesia, and Polynesia
Northern Europe and the British Isles
Russian Far East
If a seriously fine-dining experience is what you’ve been longing for, Oceania offers all of that and more. That’s precisely what this line is known for and there’s open seating in all restaurants onboard to go with their exquisitely fine dining experience. Enjoy the finest cuisine from the Lido buffet, but it’s about the entire experience and not just the fine, fine food.
Holland America Line
Just over 140 years of experience in the business awaits senior citizens who still want to hold on to whatever bit of youth they may still have in them. The Holland America Line simply knows travel and you’ll feel like a traveller for sure. Dancing with the Stars: At Sea left a legacy for guests who want to part-take in dance classes and there are many other activities which fall more in line with “current affairs” on offer. Wear yourself out good and proper and then enjoy sleeping all the fun off for as long as you like, in some great premium class comfort.
Africa and Arabia
Alaska and Yukon
Asia and Pacific
Australia, New Zealand, South Pacific
Hawaii and Tahiti
South America and Antarctica
Azamara Club Cruises
It’s almost as if the fact that Azamara Club Cruises is a subsidiary of the Royal Caribbean Cruises makes this fleet specially tailored to senior citizens. Officially that’s not the case, but it may very well be because the cruise line really tries to keep a low profile. Amenities provided are more than great and the service is nothing short of upscale, but senior citizens particularly love it because of the relaxed environment induced by the mid-range size of the ships. Services are all-inclusive as well, so there’s less to have to worry about.
North and South America