Sunday, August 10, 2008

Cruise Line Brochures: How To Read Them

Years ago, before the Internet became a savvy traveler's primary source of information, brochures were often the first glimpse of what potential passengers might expect on cruise vacations. In some cases, they still are.

Brochure styles vary from straightforward in approach to as dreamy and romantic as a romance novel. Some brochures are beautiful enough to qualify as coffee table books. But are they a slick marketing device or useful planning tool? Check in at CruiseDiva.com to learn how to read Cruise Line Brochures to get the information you need for decision making.

Some armchair brochure browsers get caught up in "crystalline waters" and "historic wonders"... is there anything in between? Well, yes. We also share how to decipher the Brochure Buzz Words.

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