The Ultimate Paid Vacation

“How Can I Get Paid to Cruise”?

Question: Dear Marc: there was a story on TV recently about getting paid to take cruises. I searched the Internet, but I can’t find a decisive answer. Is this true? How can I get paid to go on cruises?

7:01 AM

Dear Entrepreneur:


You’re right…there’s a lot of bogus information on this topic.  I’ve researched it and actually dedicated a section of a new book to it.  The book is “How to Beat the System without Going to Jail”.

It’s true!  There are several ways to GET PAID to go on luxury cruises. What’s more, there are also dozens of ways to get DEEP discounts to places like Bermuda, the Caribbean, the Bahamas and even the Mediterranean.

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Cruising is expensive!

A 7-day cruise to the Caribbean can set you back $2000-$4000 per person (and up).  But some people don’t mind paying full retail, like my sister.  She’s on a cruise as I’m writing this. The cost for the ticket and transportation was about $4,200.

I’ll show you how to get paid to cruise, and how to get DEEP DISCOUNTS if you don’t want to work.  On top of that, you won’t be forced into “off-season” trips, or third rate ships sailing into pathetic port-of-calls.

This has nothing to do with winning contests or sitting through ridiculous time-share promotions.  I’m talking about luxury cruises onboard some of the coolest ships on the planet!  And that’s not all…  In some cases your meals, entertainment and amenities will be included.

I’ll even show you how to stuff your pockets with savings of $1500 (or more) for your friends and family!  So lets’ get this party started…

The cruise industry has taken a big financial hit over the last 24 months.  Cruise experts claim the worst is over, and people are cruising again.  But the truth is the cruise industry has not recovered from the recession, the collapse in housing (mainly home equity lines of credit) and the plunge in the stock market.

For the first time in history luxury ships are sailing half full!  In some cases ships are running at 40% occupancy!  Mega-cruise ships like Genesis and Oasis of the Seas need 85% occupancy to make money (according to a senior cruise director).

Cruise companies are extending huge discounts in an effort to turn things around.  Now don’t worry…  I’m going to show you how to cruise for FREE!  But I wanted to give you some insider’s secrets for getting great discounts for your family and friends too.

Internet travel “integrators” are offering 20- 45% off luxury cruises.  Travel integrators resell cruise packages to consumers on websites like CruisesOnly.com and Travelocity, or through “cruise agencies” like CruiseExperts.com.  What’s more, travel integrators also resell tickets for other companies, and earn a percentage of each sale.

Going Direct to Acquire Huge Cruise Discounts

We can’t overlook the benefits of going direct to a cruise company to get deep discounts.  Granted, it takes street smarts when approaching cruise lines direct.  But it can be done!  I’m living proof!

For example, I wrote to the Marketing Director at a top cruise line and proposed a win-win deal.  In exchange for a discounted luxury cabin and accommodations, I offered to write about my experience on the trip and post it to the top 20 travel blogs.  In addition, I offered to post my review of the cruise on more than a dozen high traffic travel websites like TripAdvisor.com.

The Marketing Director agreed and I received a 62% discount on a Caribbean cruise, which included a $550 meal voucher!  In order to get deep discounts like this you’ll need to talk to someone in senior management. Entry level managers in reservations, marketing or sales are rarely in a position to offer discounts or negotiate deals.  But don’t worry…I’ve provided contact information for the major cruise lines in this section.

Simply contact senior managers via a snail mail or email and make your request. I prefer snail mail…actually FedEx or PriorityMail as this almost forces the prospect to read and consider your proposal.  In your letter be sure to focus on “what’s in it for them”.  This will increase the odds of obtaining a deep discount.

For example, you could mention you’ll document your cruise by writing a personal diary, and include HD photos and videos. You could offer to post your “travelogue” on the top Internet travel and cruise sites. You could even post HD quality videos on YouTube and other popular online video sites.

Another strategy I’ve used is to build a travel website which focuses on cruises!  This would prove to the cruise lines you’re serious about promoting their products.

How to Get Deep Discounts on Luxury Cruises to the Caribbean and Other Exotic Locations

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One of the best websites for obtaining deep discounts on cruises is called Cruise Compete.  You’ll find incredible deals on the site and I mean incredible!

For example, Carnival Cruises is offering a 7-day ALL INCLUSIVE Rock Cruise to the Caribbean for $848. This cruise typically sells for $2500 and up.  The price includes cruise ship tips ($50pp), alcohol, soft drinks, bottled water, drink tips, taxes, concerts, and autograph sessions.

The price also includes private Deck Parties and the DJ Club.  If a rock and roll cruise is not your idea of fun, then consider the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines New Year’s Cruise onboard the Oasis of the Seas for $1227.

This cruise is typically priced at $4300 on the most popular cruise sites.  And if you haven’t heard the Oasis of the Seas is NOT a typical cruise ship!  Oasis of the Seas is a new class of naval-engineering genius. The ship features the first-ever “neighborhood concept” where everyone can find their unique experiences in one of their seven distinct onboard neighborhoods.

There are 28 ultra-modern loft suites and 2,700 spacious staterooms, contained in a16-deck marvel.  That’s just a snapshot of the deep discounts you’ll find on Cruise Compete.

How to Cruise Like a Celebrity At No Cost Whatsoever!

It’s true!  You can cruise to incredible ports-of-call free of charge, if you know the right strategies and tactics to use.

Tactic #1

Lynn Shaw perfected a great tactic for free cruises.  She launched her side venture by reserving a block of cabins on a Carnival Cruise Lines. Then she sent fliers with the cruise information to a group of friends.

Lynn wanted to attract as many people as possible turn them on to a great vacation. But Lynn also knew if she sold enough cabins she would earn free passage under Carnival Cruise Lines “group policy”.  She easily sold 22 people for the Caribbean cruise.

The “group organizer”, Shaw became the “tour conductor.”   Tour conductors work with a travel agency to make all the travel and onboard arrangements; their primary jobs are recruitment and communication.   All you need for this tactic to work is a group willing to travel together.

For example, a family reunion, a birthday, an anniversary, a wedding, a college reunion — or just plain fun! You can also book trips on “theme cruises” like the Rock and Roll Cruise, The Investment Cruise, or The Spring Break Cruise, etc. Sign up enough people and you’ll cruise for FREE!

Tactic #2

If you have an area of expertise, you could use John Hall’s tactic for getting free cruises.  John is a retired Louisiana State University professor of anthropology and geology. He provides cruise passengers with lectures on the characteristics of the destination.  In return, he gets a FREE CRUISE with meals, drinks and other amenities included!

John and his wife, Carol Ann (who helps with the presentations), receive a free cabin and meals, and most shipboard amenities.  Since 2002 John has taken a couple of cruises a year. He’s been to the Caribbean, Panama Canal and Alaska. On the Alaska cruise, John talked about glaciers and the Klondike gold rush.

Cynthia Barnett became a FREE CRUISE regular soon after she retired in 2003 at age 60.  During a typical 7-day cruise, Barnett gives four talks. Cynthia said this is a “great way to get a free vacation. On some cruises, I’ve taken family members as my guests.”

Current Presenter Opportunities

Arts and Crafts Instructors
Teach craft classes onboard cruises. Projects range from watercolor classes, pottery, scrapbooking to macramé .

Bridge Players
If you enjoy playing bridge you could oversee groups in exchange for your cruise.

Computer Instructors
Most cruise lines actively seek individuals who can present classes on computer basics, the Internet or other related technology.

Tactic #3

Most cruise lines recruit “Gentleman Hosts”!

Gentlemen hosts are typically single men ages 40 to 70 who conduct dance classes or serve as dance partners for single, divorced and widowed female passengers.  However, the “Gentlemen Hosts” must sign an agreement specifying they won’t get romantically involved with the guests!

In exchange for “gentlemen host” services men receive a free cruise with all shipboard amenities included!

Tactic #4

You can get a job onboard a cruise line!

You could spend winters in the Caribbean and summers in Alaska or exotic ports in Europe, Australia or New Zealand.  Most people pay between $2,500 and $10,000 to live on the same luxury cruise ships. You can do that for free (you’ll receive free meals and accommodations) and you’ll get paid to cruise!

Can you think of a better summer job for students?  It’s impossible to snag free luxury cruises if you don’t take the right action.  What’s more, you need to be persistent.

Think about this for a second…..

How many people do think would love to receive luxury cruises for free? The answer is a lot!  However, it doesn’t matter how many people want free luxury cruises. They key is having the right information (which you do), and taking the right action.

The other key, as I said is persistence. Don’t stop until you get what you want!  Then write to us about your success.  All you need to do is decide which of these tactics works best for you. Then contact the decision maker responsible for each tactic.

For example, if you’d like to receive a free cruise by becoming a “presenter”, then you’ll need to contact the individual at each cruise line responsible for securing “presenters”.  If on the other hand, you’d like to assemble a group tour for your friends, family or business associates, then you’ll need to contact the person at the cruise line of your choice who can set it up for you – and extend your free cruise.

There’s no time for discouragement. The cruise lines desperately need your help! This is one of the best kept secrets in the industry.

Start planning your free cruise today!

You can cruise to exotic locations around the world like a celebrity, and enjoy luxury accommodations – free of charge.  I’ve shown you four ways to do it!

I’ve also included action strategy and contact information at the major cruise lines so you can get started today.

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Your humble host,

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Action Strategy

Check out the cruise ship links today. You can find full-time, part time and even a temporary (seasonal) job or “hosting” position.  Cruising for cash can be a lot of fun.  Jessie Browner from Ohio works as a business class teacher and instructor twice a year, and her cruises are free, with food, drinks and entertainment included, plus a small stipend!

Valuable Resources

Cruise Lines Contact Information

Crystal Cruises
2049 Century Park East
Suite 1400
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Attn:  Assistant, Sr. VP Hotel Operations
310-785-9300

Regent Seven Seas Cruises
1000 Corporate Drive, Suite 500
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33334
Attention: Entertainment Department
800-477-7500
information@RSSC.com

Silversea Cruises
110 East Broward Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Attn: Onboard Entertainment
800.722.9955
954.356.5881

Celebrity Cruises
Corporate Guest Relations:
1050 Caribbean Way
Miami Fl 33132
Attention: Entertainment
800-256-6649

Cunard Line
Attn: Onboard Entertainment
24303 Town Center Drive
Valencia, CA
800-728-6273

Hapag-Lloyd Cruise Line
Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten GmbH
Ballindamm 25
D-20095 Hamburg
Attention: Onboard Services
+49(0)40 / 3001 4600
+49(0)40 / 3001 4601

Holland America Line
300 Elliott Ave. West
Seattle WA 98119
Attention: Incentive Group
800-445-3731
206-281-3535
Fax: 206-281-7110

Yachts of Seabourn
6100 Blue Lagoon Drive, Suite 400
Miami FL 33126
Attention: Shipboard Services
800-929-9391

Carnival Cruise Lines
Senior Cruise Director Mr. John Heald
3655 NW 87th Avenue
Miami FL 33178
888-CARNIVAL

Disney Cruise Line
Disney Cruise Vacations
Guest Communications
P.O. Box 10238
Lake Buena Vista FL 32830-0238

Norwegian Cruise Line
Attention: Onboard Entertainment
7665 Corporate Center Drive
Miami FL 33126
866.NCL.MEET

Orient Lines
1170 Celebration Blvd, Suite 200
Celebration FL 34747
407-566-7100
Fax 407-566-7162

Princess Cruises
24844 Avenue Rockefeller
Santa Clarita CA 91355
Attention: Incentive Groups
800-774-6237

Royal Caribbean International
1050 Caribbean Way
Miami FL 33132
Attention: Onboard Opportunities
800-256-6649

easyCruise
362, Syngrou Avenue
176 74 Kallithea
Athens, Greece
Attention: Onboard Entertainment
866 335 4975

Abercrombie & Kent
1411 Opus Place
Executive Towers West II
Suite 300
Downers Grove IL 60515-1182
800.554.7016

Lindblad Expeditions
96 Morton Street
9th Floor
New York New York 10014
212-765-7740
Sonesta (Nile)
3 El Tayaran Street
Nasr City – Cairo, Egypt
Attention: Onboard Services
20-2-22628111
20-2-22628765

Viking River Cruises (Europe)
800-304-9616

Victoria Cruises (Yangtze)
57-08 39th Avenue
Woodside NY 11377 USA
Attention: Guest Services
800-348-8084 (USA & Canada only)
Fax: 212-818-9889

Windstar Cruise Lines
Windstar Cruises
2101 4th Avenue Suite 210
Seattle WA 98121
Attention: Onboard Entertainment and Services
(206) 292-9606
Fax (206) 340-0975


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