Most people have no idea many cruise ships have to be repositioned twice a year. The result is a long trip that touches unusual ports and results in some great on board experiences. Repositioning cruises (also called "repo" cruises) are advertised, but not to the extent of conventional trips. So you'll have to hunt for a repo trip that suits your schedule and interests. Find out more about these cruises, which on a daily basis are often cheaper than their conventional cousins.
Cruise lines don't necessarily relish the thought of repositioning their ships. It's one of those expensive tasks they must perform. So they invite paying customers to ride along and create some special on board experiences not found on standard itineraries. Why would such cruises fit into a budget travel scenario? Find out more!