Yes. All sorts of groups from friends, to family reunions, to weddings, to company meetings and incentives are choosing to cruise because of the enormous selection of things to do on board and the host of itineraries from which to choose. If you will have more than eight cabins, double occupancy, your booking constitutes a group. (in some instances less than eight cabins are required.)
Why are groups cruising? Because a cruise vacation offers something for everyone, regardless of their interests. And, for companies, cruises offer meeting facilities, audio-visual equipment, and customized functions to allow for work ... and play! Many companies are also using cruises as incentive rewards. Best of all, there are several ways that sailing as a group enables you to save money, from lower rates to earned frees and value-added features. If you have a group, or think you can create a group, let us know.