These Cruise Lines Have The Best All-Inclusive Deals


Going on a cruise typically means you don’t have to worry about a single detail of your trip. Everything from the itinerary to food is handled by the ship’s staff. Pretty appealing, right? Below, five cruises lines that offer the best all-inclusive deals. You won’t have to lift a finger during your luxe getaway. Treat yo’ self.

1. Viking Cruises


Taking a Viking cruise gives you a lot of options. Between a balmy Baltic sea route or a trip down the Danube River in Budapest, you can see anything and everything you want. Onboard, you’ll receive unlimited meals, wine, beer and soft drinks, as well as unlimited Wi-Fi. Every time you arrive at a port, there’s a short day trip. Plus, there’s access to a spa, fitness classes and 24-hour service.

2. Silversea Cruises


This cruise line hits all seven continents, meaning you can even go to Antarctica. Silversea offers smaller, more intimate ships in addition to massive vessels. Here’s what’s included: gratuities, wine, beer and soft drinks, butler service (fancy, eh?), one free hour of Wi-Fi, 24-hour room service, expedition gear and anything else you need to explore destinations you hit along the way.

3. Seabourn Cruises


This cruise line will make you feel like you’re at the nicest country club in the world. Expect champagne and caviar around the clock and a retractable water sports marina. Gratuities and transfers are included. Oh, and get ready for an open bar, in-suite minibar, wine tasting events, delicious meals at specialty restaurants and, of course, 24/7 room service.

4. Crystal Cruises


Crystal Cruises offers the most luxe of experiences. There are traditional ocean and river cruises, as well as yacht and private jet flight options. If you’re thinking, I literally cannot afford a fraction of what a private jet would cost, you’re not wrong. But if you’ve got the money to spend, the all-inclusive packages are worth it. You’ll get roundtrip airfare, access to restaurants, complimentary wines and spirits, as well as all gratuities included.

5. SeaDeam Yacht Club Cruises


If you’re about the yacht life, SeaDream is the all-inclusive cruise line for you. Each yacht only accommodates 112 people, plus a staff of 95. (And, yes, that’s nearly one staff member per guest.) The all-inclusive rate covers the basics and more: ocean-view staterooms, all meals, an open bar, daily yoga, access to the onboard casino, a beachside barbecue where champagne and caviar are available at all times and all water sport experiences.