New Cruise Discounts Book Teaches How to Save Money on Any Cruise

New cruise discounts book by intelligentcruiser.com are now teaching adults how to save money on any U.S. or foreign cruise. This information is exclusive to this book and includes more than 15 years of knowledge working in the cruise industry.

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The secrets now given away in the new book apply to transatlantic cruises, short term cruises and repositioning cruises

San Francisco, California (PRWEB) January 29, 2013

Cruise discounts that are not published on travel websites can be found, according to a newly released book. The Intelligent Cruiser book details how any adult can save money on domestic and foreign cruises without using the traditional resources to purchase tickets. This new book is designed to offer more than 15 years of information that is closely guarded from a professional working in the cruise industry.

There are now thousands of cruises that take place on each of the coasts in the U.S. each year. Tourists and average people can schedule trips to almost anywhere in the world. The rising prices in the airline industry has turned many people towards to concept of taking a cruise instead. The new book released online is designed to be a definitive guide to getting the largest discounts possible.

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,” Kirkland 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,” Kirkland 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 new 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 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 Intelligent Cruiser is now available for download to make it easy for cruise planners to get this accurate information from any location in the world.

About The Intelligent Cruiser

David Kirkland authored the Intelligent Cruiser book after being a former cruise ship company 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 who purchases the Intelligent Cruiser that does not save a lot of money cruising to domestic or worldwide destinations.


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