Spoil Yourself With a Poker Cruise

  • By Doug Hull
  • April 20, 2014
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If you’ve never been on a poker cruise, you don’t know what you are missing. There is no difference between a poker cruise and a non-poker cruise, as far as ship activities are concerned. All of the usual scheduled cruise events are offered such as movies, trivia, a full casino, a spa and fitness center, internet center, dance classes, sports activities, lectures, cooking lessons, poolside games, barbecues, Ping Pong, shuffleboard, a disco, nightly Las Vegas-style shows, and many other activities to suit everyone’s interests. Most Royal Caribbean ships have rock climbing walls, ice skating rinks, and miniature golf, and some even have Surfriders, zip lines, carousels, Broadway theaters, and Aqua theaters. The ships have modern stabilizers so even those who are prone toward sea sickness rarely have a problem.

Play poker and enjoy the spectacular amenities offered by some of the most luxurious cruise liners on the seven seas. Travel to the most popular cruise destinations, meet new friends, and enjoy a unique vacation experience! Participate in extra activities such as free lessons for beginners, free poker seminars, exclusive private parties, and more.
Card Player Cruises (the number one name in the poker cruise business) co-owner Linda Johnson, aka “The First Lady of Poker” said, “A poker cruise is the best vacation you can give your loved ones and yourself. You can play as much or as little poker as you want. The poker room is closed while in port and during dinner so that players take time to enjoy the cruise experience. Some of the extra activities offered for our players are free lessons for the absolute beginners, free poker seminars, and exclusive private parties.”
Card Player Cruises co-owner Jan Fisher was recently asked, “What’s the biggest myth about cruising?” She replied, “Most people are shocked to hear that cruises aren’t just for the rich. In fact, a 7-night poker cruise actually is less expensive than traveling to a destination resort! For about $100 a day, you get the cabin berth, all the food you can eat including complimentary room service, nightly Las Vegas-style entertainment, and all of the usual cruise ship amenities.
Card Player Cruises has a wide variety of poker games and limits and offers cruisers welcome-aboard gifts, free lessons, free poker seminars, and exclusive private parties. They have been in business since 1992 and have hosted more than 25,000 poker players.


So, what are you waiting for? Surprise your loved ones by booking a cruise for a birthday, anniversary, family reunion, or “just because.” Warning: Poker cruises are addicting. If you love poker and travel, you will have the trip of a lifetime!. Card Player Cruises is the premier poker cruise company and offers the most poker action, most limits, and the best poker tournaments at sea.
Card Player Cruises has upcoming cruises that include the Card Player Poker Tour, the Heartland Poker Tour, and even a chess tournament along with exciting poker action. Please visit their website at www.cardplayercruises.com
Don’t miss the boat!

Doug Hull

Doug Hull

Author of Poker Plays You Can Use, Red Chip Poker: Late Position. Doug is the founder of the poker strategy newspaper Freeroll.
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