Like Christmas, Thanksgiving can be a stressful time of the year, one because of having to prepare a huge meal for the family, and second because it is around the time when people start to go mad about Black Friday sales. This year why not do something different and go on a cruise instead?
If you know your family will be fine with it, then why not consider a 2013 Thanksgiving cruise because we have found three for you? All three are different, but they all share one thing in common, and that is a great meal on the special day and a few fun events and activities.
2013 Thanksgiving cruises – Like we said above, there are three to choose from, one will take you to visit New Orleans, the second the rivers of Florida and finally the Historic South & Golden Isles. They will all set sail on November 23 on the Queen of the Mississippi, American Glory and Independence respectively. For each cruise sold American Cruise Lines will give $50 to the Connecticut Food Bank, which is a very generous offer.
There will be a lot to do on these Thanksgiving cruises, such as enjoy a special cocktail party and some local entertainment, along with a food demonstration as well. However, the best part for most will be the Thanksgiving Day meal.
The full Thanksgiving Day menu for the meal can be found on the American Cruise Lines website, along with prices and booking deals for the three cruises.