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Solo Cruise Staterooms

Solo cruise cabins are a trend in the cruise industry. Staterooms designed for passengers traveling alone serve a growing market. Up to 25 percent of overseas travelers are alone, and cruise ships are beginning to accommodate them.

The gigantic Norwegian Epic cruise ship was the first to introduce studio cabins, which are tiny staterooms designed and priced for people cruising alone. They are clustered around a public space where the solo cruisers can gather. Studios are inside cabins with a window view to the corridor. The private lounge has a bar, two large TV screens and seating for hanging out.

The studio cabin innovation was popular, so Norwegian Cruise Line also included Studio cabins for solo passengers on the Norwegian Breakaway and on the Norwegian Getaway. They have the same features as on the Epic.

Luxurious Cunard Line cruise ships offer a few single staterooms. The Queen Elizabeth ship accommodations include 9 Britannia class single staterooms; 8 with large ocean view windows. The Queen Mary 2 ship also has Britannia single staterooms after an extensive refit.

Affordable Royal Caribbean cruise line has studio interior staterooms with a virtual view of the outside via a flat screen. They are on the big and innovative Quantum of the Seas cruise ship. The single occupancy stateroom has no single supplement required.

Cabins designed for solo passengers are also available on a Mississippi River paddlewheel boat. The Queen of the Mississippi offers twelve cabins designed and priced for the solo traveler. The ship makes cruises out of New Orleans, St Louis and Memphis.

Queen Elizabeth ship single stateroom
Cunard Line single stateroom
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