Should you book an excursion through the cruise line? Pros and Cons (blog)

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In this video i look at the pros and cons of booking an excursion through your cruise line versus alternatives. I would love to hear in the comments if you have any to add!
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Your video was very educational and excellent for those who are new to cruising.

Not all cruise lines send a representative on the cruise.

A benefit of booking through the cruise line is that it meets safety standards of the cruise line.

Another benefit is if you don't make it to port your excursion will be refunded to you.

Benefit of booking your own is often you can change things up.

Thank you again for sharing the video. Like your other videos this is terrific.

Keith