One of the things that David teaches is how to get a cabin upgrade on any ship for no charge even if the ship is reportedly full.
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
Cheap cruise deals are currently one of the most searched for phrases according to Google and for good reason. The cruise industry in the U.S. is a multibillion-dollar industry that pulls in money from men, women and seniors annually. Former cruise operator, David Kirkland, is now an author and is putting his secrets of the cruise industry out to the public for the first time. The Cheap Cruise Secrets book is available for download and explains what anyone needs to know to save big money on domestic and foreign cruises.
The cruise industry became popular in the early 1970s are trade embargoes were lifted and more tourists started visiting other destinations by way of the ocean. While the airline industry has suffered in recent years, the cruise industry is a booming business and there are cruises to just about any destination that is accessible by water. Author and former cruise director David Kirkland explains in his book how to save a lot of money on any cruise to any destination.
“I teach things that average people don’t know unless they have spent time directing on a cruise ship,” Jennings says in his book. One of the things that David teaches is how to get a cabin upgrade on any ship for no charge even if the ship is reportedly full.
“If more people knew the things that I teach in my book, the cruise industry would change dramatically,” Jennings reveals in his book.
Popular cruises to destinations like the Bahamas, Cayman Islands, Mexico and to Canadian ports are very common according to published cruise line data. A popular way to avoid flying and paying expensive airline fees is to travel by ship on transatlantic crossings. The secrets now given away in the Cheap Cruise Secrets book apply to transatlantic cruises, short term cruises and repositioning cruises that are common at the end of each travel season.
Shore excursions are a popular way for cruise travelers to explore the different ports where cruise ships dock. These shore excursions are separately priced from the regular cost of a ticket. The Cheap Cruise Secrets book explains how hidden costs can inflate the cost of shore excursions and an in-depth review of what to avoid and what to say to cruise staff to get huge discounts is given to readers.
The Cheap Cruise Secrets book is now available for download as an e-book to make it easy for cruise planners to get this accurate information from any location in the world.
About Cheap Cruise Secrets
David Kirkland authored the Cheap Cruise Secrets book after being a former cruise ship director for over 15 years. These nearly two decades had David planning, arranging and coordinating every part of hundreds of cruises. The cost savings information, never before told secrets and hints are revealed for the first time to the public outside of the cruise industry. David even offers a complete 60-day refund to any cruiser that does not save a lot of money cruising to domestic or worldwide destinations.