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I’ve spoken with so many travellers over the years who hunt for bargains and simplicity in their search for an all-inclusive vacation that can accommodate picky multi-generational families. They’ll scour web pages for new resort openings and dissect tourism web sites to find the best undiscovered island but they scoff at the idea of a […]

Filed Under: Blog, Cruise, Travel by The Crime Traveller March 1, 2017, 10:52 am

I’ve spoken with so many travellers over the years who hunt for bargains and simplicity in their search for an all-inclusive vacation that can accommodate picky multi-generational families. They’ll scour web pages for new resort openings and dissect tourism web sites to find the best undiscovered island but they scoff at the idea of a cruise.

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Think cruising is all geriatric old folks pushing walkers down a ramp? Try the surf simulator.

Picturing a heat-lamp buffet of fried chicken and mashed potatoes with gravy? Perhaps you’d like to sample the foi gras or poached grouper with a side of chianti.

Not interested in dressing up like James Bond or re-living your high school prom on formal nights? Pack some chinos and a golf shirt and you’ll blend in just fine.

Think your cruise price includes all the bells and whistles? Prepare for the sticker shock of some pricey add-ons.

In this episode of The Crime Traveller, I dispel cruising myths from barf bags to bar tabs.

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Ed Prutschi is a criminal defence lawyer in Toronto, Canada practicing at the law firm of Adler Bytensky Prutschi. When not completely absorbed by the rigours of his trial practice, Ed revels in grabbing his camera ..

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