What You Need to Know About Low-Season Dealsby Aaron Saunders | July 05, 2017
For every destination that you can cruise, there are two unique seasons. One of these is known as “High Season” – in other words, the time when you (and everyone else) really wants to cruise there because the weather is generally fabulous. Its counterpart is known as “Low Season” – set periods of reduced demand, either due to potential weather issues, or other factors such as school calendars. For those looking to get the most bang-for-their-buck, these low, or shoulder, season departures are a veritable gold mine of savings. Here’s a look at some of cruising’s best low-season values — and what you need to know before you book:
Aaron Saunders is a Calgary-based contributor to ShermansCruise.com.