Smart Tool - Avoid crowds in port on your cruise ship itinerary

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As cruises are becoming more popular and cruise ships getting larger, ports around the world can get very crowded with tourists. Some of the most popular cruise destinations are visited by 8 cruise ships with 20,000 to 25,000 passengers in one day. Navigating crowds in ports is indeed one of the greatest challenges when booking a cruise
What can you do in order to book a cruise and avoid crowds in each port and have a great voyage away from the mass? 
One of the best ways to discover just how crowded each destination of your cruise itinerary will be is by checking our latest feature incorporated in each voyage you choose. 
This Smart feature integrates all cruise ships arriving at the ports in order to see how many cruise ships are expected to arrive in each port on your cruise itinerary. All you need to do is select a cruise and the number ships scheduled to arrive in ports will be displayed with maximum guest capacity.


How AVOID CROWDS IN PORT works?
This is a great tool for cruisers who prefer to avoid crowds in port when booking a voyage. We combine cruise itineraries of all the major cruise lines and process the data in a format that displays all cruise ships arriving in ports on a specific cruise. 

All you need to do is select a cruise at www.cruisedig.com/cruises 
Click on Voyage Details & Crowd 
Go to each port to find out how many cruise ships are expected to arrive on the same date with a total number of passengers.

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