This is a 7 night cruise and usually hits Puerto Vallarta, Mazatlan, and Cabo San Lucas.
-About the same price as this years cruise (cabins start in $500 range)
-Weather and activities are similar to a Caribbean cruise.
-Only 3 days of the cruise are in ports.
-Depending on when we go, this itinerary can get a rowdier group of fellow passengers
Southern California and Baja Mexico:
This is a 4 night cruise that usually hits San Diego CA, Catalina Island, and Ensenada, Mexico.
-The price range of this cruise is comparable with the 2005 cruise (cabins can be got for less than $300 a person)
-Every day we are in port.
-Weather is usually pretty nice.
- While the ship that does this cruise is nice, it's an older one and cabins are small.
- While the ports are pretty cool, they are not as exotic as some in the Caribbean.
This is a 7 night cruise and usually hits Juneau, Ketchikan, and Skagway
(some cruise through the Hubbard glacier).
-I think this cruise is one of the best suited for us. There is TONS of wildlife to see and is very scenic,
even for days we are not in port (since the ship stays VERY close to land).
-This is going to be an expensive cruise. Interior cabins start around $700 a person and balconies are at least $1600.
-The dates of the cruise would have to change since Alaska cruising season is May to September.
I will not try to change the way the the cruise is ran. I still plan to use Royal Caribbean and plan to keep the rules thesame as LV's. I will designate someone as a "fursuit liaison" since that's not my area of expertise (travel planning is what I'm good at).
I will put a survey up soon that I would like people to do since it will really help me make this cruise enjoyable for all. For now, any comments on what I've put up so far would be appreciated.