Group cruises are becoming more popular than ever, and they can be a lot of fun if you are part of the actual group.  We are not talking about small family reunion groups here, either.  We are talking about large groups that work in concert with the cruise line to reserve parts of the ship for the group only.  These groups can be anything from fans of a certain genre of music to reunions and companies.

So why avoid them?  Well it’s not always a bad thing to book a cruise that another large group will be using.  In fact, sometimes you will not even notice that a group has booked a significant part of the ship for their venue.  The problem comes in when certain parts of the ship are off-limits to the general cruise public and certain shows and venues are also cancelled so the group can make use of the ship’s auditorium or lounges.
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