A Romantic Christmas For Two? Try A Christmas Cruise In 2020

If you’ve been organising everyone else’s Christmas for longer than you care to remember, then perhaps it’s time to let someone take over, whilst you slip away with your significant other for Christmas à deux? After all, no one can pretend that you’ve not done your bit, and, let’s be honest, for once it’s you that deserves a little quality time!
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Get Ready For The Most Relaxing Christmas Ever 

‘Good tidings of comfort and joy…’ And, in the context of your next Christmas, then comfort and joy really should be the order of the day. The beauty of a Christmas cruise break is that it is exactly that – a break. From the moment you join the captain and crew on board you’ll begin to experience a Christmas like no other. There are no meals to prepare, no mess, no fuss, just fun and the best in good food and good cheer. But, what will you do when it’s just the two of you? Here are a few suggestions, not an exhaustive list by any means but, enough to get you thinking… 

 

What To Do On A Romantic Christmas Cruise For Two?
Well, faced with so much choice, perhaps the best thing to do, is to do nothing. Or, almost nothing. Start by ordering breakfast in bed, then lounge by the pool – occasionally raising your arm to attract a steward. Once you’ve relaxed then why not ease yourself into some gentle activity like going to the cinema together. Whether it’s a slightly cheesy, Christmas rom-com, a comedy caper or a thriller; it’s just nice to spend time together - and nobody will mind if you hold hands in the back row.
If that all sounds like hard work how about soothing away the stresses of the everyday with a Couples Massage in the Spa? Or, if you’d rather watch other people breaking a sweat, you could always watch a game together in the Sportsbar? And, if all that non-activity works up an appetite, then lunch in one of the ship’s speciality restaurants is only a booking away. Don’t worry, you can always stay in trim by visiting the gym together or enjoy a splashing time at the Aquapark or strike out on a trip to the bowling alley.
We don’t offer tandems but why not consider a cycling tour through a beautiful city together? And, if the spirit is willing but the muscles aren’t quite up to it, there’s always the option of electric bikes. Later on, after a romantic dinner together there’s plenty of time to take in the evening show and, maybe, the thrilling Cirque du Soleil at Sea?
At this point in the evening, is there a better way to savour your time together than a romantic stroll on deck: just the two of you under a million stars? But, if that sounds rather too lovey dovey, why not hit the dance floor and dance ‘til dawn or, if lovey dovey appeals, move slowly, cheek to cheek, in the old fashioned way?

 

What Are The Most Popular Destinations For A Christmas Cruise?
With all the fun and games on board you might occasionally lose track of the fact that you’re actually visiting a series of great ports of call. But where are you most likely to be headed this Christmas? In 2020 there are cruises that will see you celebrating Christmas in the Caribbean, Dubai and the Emirates, South America and the Mediterranean. Christmas in the Med’ could see you visiting Florence and Barcelona whilst anyone headed for South America can start to imagine the Festive Season in Rio and Buenos Aires. A Caribbean Christmas has plenty to recommend it whilst a festive break in Dubai will deliver similar amounts of unseasonal sunshine.
Naturally, your romantic Christmas cruise for two will come with all the trimmings, it’s just that you don’t need to be masterminding every little detail to make sure it all happens. Behind the scenes the crew will be working away like Santa’s little helpers to create a Christmas to remember! And, with so much entertainment just a short stroll away, you’ll never be stuck for something fun to do and there’s absolutely no need to worry about hiring a taxi that’s operating on treble time or surge pricing in order to get you home! So, what do you say, why not make it Christmas for two?