Why living on a cruise ship is cheaper than you think
Imagine a life where staff cater to your every whim as you travel the world and get treated like a VIP every day. You could order what you like to eat without having to shop, cook or clean up. And Broadway-style entertainment is always at your finger tips– and you don’t even need to buy a high-priced ticket.
Think you need to be a billionaire to make this dream come true? Think again. Such a lifestyle can be downright affordable if you live most of the year on a cruise ship.
Mario Salcedo, a single, 67-year-old businessman, spends 350 days a year aboard Royal Caribbean ships, even operating a company as he travels. “My best friends are all frequent cruisers on Royal Caribbean,” he tells Fox News.