Cruise lines are among the worst offenders when it comes to charging "single supplement fees" for those of us — me included — who travel alone.
When a cabin for two is only occupied by one, the cruise line charges as if there are two people.
But cruise companies are learning that singles are a huge part of the travel market.
If you want to meet people on board, don't worry — singles' lounges and meal seatings are options to mingle. Cruises are also beginning to waive the supplement fees.
Watch the video below to learn more about taking a cruise as a solo traveler.
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