Crew member shows what it’s like to sail on an empty cruise ship with no passengers
When most people think of cruise ships, they think of vacations with friends and family. What happens, though, when there are no passengers onboard? It is true– sometimes, crew members get to sail on an empty cruise ship!
Not all ships stay at the same homeport throughout the year. In fact, many will actually reposition from one place to another in order to offer guests a wider variety of itineraries. If you have ever wondered why a ship will sail from Miami to Europe, this is why!
Transatlantic and transpacific voyages allow cruise lines the ability to offer voyages in different regions, such as Europe, the South Pacific, and Alaska.