Are you looking for a cruise line that offers an all-inclusive experience? Many cruise lines offer packages that include meals, limited beverages, and accommodation in the base fare. However, there are a few cruise lines that offer truly all-inclusive experiences. Regent Seven Seas is one of the most luxurious fleets in the world and offers an all-inclusive package that includes roundtrip airfare (in business class for cruises departing from a foreign port of departure), airport-to-ship transfers, 24-hour room service, open bar, tips, Wi-Fi, laundry service and unlimited shore excursions. Viking Cruises also offers first-class cruises with all-inclusive packages that include non-alcoholic beverages and some alcoholic beverages for lunch and dinner, a coastal excursion at each port, access to the spa's thermal suite, several fitness classes, 24-hour room service, laundry service, free Wi-Fi and transfers to the airport.
Virgin Voyages is another all-inclusive cruise line known for its adult-only travel (passengers must be at least 18 years old). Silversea is a premium cruise line that offers door-to-door transfers with a private driver to and from your home. Azamara's three luxury cruise ships are small (each ship can accommodate about 700 passengers) and look more like boutique hotels than mega-cruises. Marella is an all-inclusive cruise line that offers a unique experience through the Baltic countries.
Lastly, Uniworld is the only river cruise line that offers completely free and unlimited beverages during your river cruise. When looking for an all-inclusive cruise line, it's important to keep in mind that alcohol, tips, tours, WiFi and special meals tend to cost more. Additionally, some cruise lines offer entertainment shows that cost more to attend. During traditional sales seasons, cruise lines often offer upgrade packages quite strongly as gifts to help sell a particular cruise ship that they're struggling to cover.