Here is a breakdown of the estimated 2018 average cruise revenue and expense per passenger for all cruise lines world wide. The average per passenger per day is projected to be $212.80, with $161.26 ticket price and $62.16 on board spending (average cruise duration 8.0 days, median duration 7.0 days).
What is the cheapest cruise to go on?
13 Caribbean cruise lines ranked by price
1 – Carnival Cruise Lines (cheapest) 7 nights from: $449 per person.
2 – Holland America Line. 7 nights from: $449.
3 – MSC Cruises. 7 nights from: $499.
4 – Royal Caribbean International.
5 – Celebrity Cruises.
6 – Norwegian Cruise Line.
7 – Princess Cruises.
8 – Windstar.
How many people can you fit on a cruise ship?
Carnival Corp.’s Cunard Line currently has the world’s largest cruise ship — the Queen Mary 2 — at 151,400 gross registered tons. But Royal Caribbean is scheduled to get an even bigger ship in June, the 160,000-ton Freedom of the Seas. It will carry 3,600 passengers double occupancy and 4,370 maximum.
How much are cruises to Hawaii?
Cost depends on trip length, cruise line and choice of stateroom. Typical costs: Cruises that start in Honolulu and cruise around the islands of Maui, Kauai, Kona and Hilo for 7-11 days typically cost about $1,000-$1,920 for an interior room per person, double occupancy, depending on sailing date and cruise line.
How old do you have to be to go on a cruise?
The following cruise lines require that either 1) All passengers in a cabin must be 21 or older, or 2) If anyone in the cabin is younger than 21 years old, someone in the cabin must be 25 or older: Carnival, Celebrity, Royal Caribbean, Holland America, and Windstar Cruises.