Cruising for Romance

Posted November 14th, 2012

What is the most romantic holiday you have ever been on? Was it a cruise?

According to a recent survey, undertaken by P&O Cruises, 74% of Australian cruisers believe that taking a cruise holiday will put romance back into a tired relationship and love life.

According to the results of the True Love at Sea survey, 39% of respondents said their partner was more romantic during a cruise, whilst 38% said that their cruise holiday made their relationship stronger, and 41% would recommend a cruise to rekindle relationships and love lives.

"We know from the famous 'Love Boat' television series that romance blooms on the high seas and our P&O Cruises' 'True Love at Seas' survey confirms it also happens in real life cruising," said Carnival Australia Vice President Corporate Affairs, Peter Taylor.

"Our survey shows that the relaxing lifestyle on a cruise ship is a sure fire way of rekindling romance with two-thirds of participants saying they felt more relaxed as a couple during their cruise. Other contributing factors included being able to have quality time enjoying fine dining (17%), 8% named onboard entertainment, and 4% said couple time thanks to onboard kids clubs.

Giving an indication of the therapeutic benefits of cruising for true love, a third of the cruise passengers surveyed said the romantic benefits of a cruise lasted more than two months after returning to shore.

If you want to rekindle the romance in your life, ask one of our Cruise Specialists about a romantic cruise for two! Call today on 1300 954 661.

Source: Cruise Weekly, Tuesday 13 November 2012

 

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