Cruising Ham Posted August 26, 2013 #1 Share Posted August 26, 2013 I've searched this forum but haven't found anything quite like what I'm going to ask. My wife and I are taking her mother on her first cruise in September. Ship is the Maasdam. We've been on two European cruises on HAL (Rotterdam and Noordam), so the New England/Canada cruise will be "easier" in certain respects. My mother-in-law wants to do this cruise (she picked it among three gift options), but I could see some trepidation last week. She's in her "later" 70s, so it might just be the uncertainty of something radically different, plus she hasn't travelled that much in her lifetime. Here's my question...what's the best way to introduce her to the ship? Is there anything we should show her, introduce her to, guide her toward, etc., until she gets comfortable? My wife and I have already decided this is her mother's trip and we'll adjust to her needs as necessary. But if there's anything we can do to make her more at ease with the ship, we're game. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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