Some cruisers like the glitz, non-stop action and wealth of resort amenities found on big ships. Others prefer their vacations more low key, and for these folks small ships are the way to go. On small ships, whether sailing or motorized, you and a few dozen — or a few hundred — fellow passengers get an intimate experience, typically focused as much on destination as shipboard happenings.
Here are five popular myths about small ship cruises
There's no place to hide
The itineraries are only about adventure
You're roughing it
Small ships aren't for families
You'll get seasick
Presented are some might good arguments for considering a small ship cruise. Small ship cruising are for the most part on the luxury end of the scale and I like the ability to go to ports of calls that the large ships cannot get to.
Some cruise lines to consider include Seabourn, Windstar, Silversea, Regent Seven Seas Cruises and SeaDream Yacht Club