Sure, some people have tried and hated cruising by themselves, but there's something to be said for not having to plan any itinerary or figure out transport. The ports are fixed, you never have to go far to find food, and drinks are pretty much just outside your door, too! Here are a few cruises that are ideal for solo adventurers:
Sail the Western Mediterranean on Norwegian Lines’ Norwegian Epic: Traveling from Barcelona and visiting Rome and Palma de Mallorca, this ship includes shows by The Blue Man Group and a musical version of 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert'. Studio cabins without a single traveler supplement are a welcome inclusion, with a private lounge for unchaperoned travelers.
Relax in the Caribbean on P&O’s Azura: For those looking for something a little more luxurious, the Azura offers up eats by Michelin star chefs at the Atul Kochar onboard, and a variety of bars and clubs. The studio rooms are compact, but have the benefit of no single traveler supplement. Plus, they’re wonderfully comfortable and stylish.