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Resolve the Solo Cruiser Dilemma

Over 50 and tired of travelling solo? Find your Cruise Companion here!
Do any of the cruise lines offer roommate matching? How/where does one go to find a roommate for a cruise?
You can look for travel agents specializing for Singles Cruise and you will find travel agents for Hosted cruises. They can match you up for a room mate.
Other option Seeking Cruise Companion - For people looking for share cruise expenses as roommates. If you'd like to participate on our Cruise Companion by joining in the conversation, please Register Now! Be sure to visit our FAMOUS Roll Call forums, where you can meet other cruisers sailing with you and share a tour or shore excursion and SAVE MONEY

Total Active Companions    (Total: 4)

Topic Cruise Information Looking For Cabin Price Days Till Cruise
Searching Travel Companions Cabin Share To Hawaii September 2018
post by love2cruise at August 2, 2017
Nancy Wallace
•  Both Gender
From 30 age - 60 age
$1740 $174/night
386 days.
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Female compagnon
post by Jongert at June 14, 2017
Simon Jongert
•  Female
From 50 age - 70 age
$2000 $91/night
120 days.
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I am seeking a cruise companion (male or female)
post by KelownaCruiser at June 8, 2017
Ron Wilcox
•  Both Gender
From 60 age - 75 age
$1270 $85/night
47 days.
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Looking for dance partner and/or cruisemate
post by Well-Trained-Dancer at May 22, 2017
Bob
•  Female
From 30 age - 70 age
$360 $90/night
190 days.
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If you’re fed up with travelling solo and you’d like to meet other like minded people, check out some great online resources for finding cruising companions. Get ready to start your next holiday adventure with a new friend in tow. Enjoy holidays you’ll never forget – find a new friend to share them with you. First not every solo cruiser likes the term “single cruiser.” Some say it connotes a person cruising for romance. Some solo cruisers are doing that, but many are only interested in a shared travel experience with like-minded people. Either way, Cruise the options for solo cruisers
Maintain reasonable expectations. Shipboard romances do occur and occasionally turn into long-term loves. In general, however, most people will return to their real lives at the end of the cruise. Look for a few new friends rather than searching for “the one.” Cruise vacations more commonly used by solo cruisers not looking for romance, is to seek out same-sex roommates who share their preferences in smoking and drinking.
If you’re interested in dancing and partying, the lively club and bar is where you’ll meet people. If, however, you like more literary pursuits, then you can head to the library and to seminars. If you’re active, meet someone on the tennis court or up the climbing wall. There are endless possibilities on cruises to try something new and meet someone new at the same time. If you’re cruising from the UK, you’ll all be coming back to the same place, so there’ll be no worries of your new paramore living on the other side of the world.