There are lots of singles cruises.
Every year various tour operators sponsor cruises for singles.
Some are general singles cruises. Some cruises cater to Jewish,
Christian and Catholic singles. Some singles cruises are sponsored by
various organizations around the country as a way for their members to mix and
mingle. So you find a singles cruise and now you are traveling by
yourself and don't know any other singles. You'd like to meet someone to spend
the next seven days having fun with...maybe even develop a shipboard romance.
A cruise ship, however, is different from a singles bar. There are many, many
places to meet, and you've got to come up with something more original than
walking up and asking, "What's your sign?"
So what should you do when you see someone you'd like to hook up with? Whether
you're male or female, there are some sure-fire ways to flirt on a cruise
ship. There are various places and events to meet other singles once you
The Singles Party
Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian and Costa all have singles parties on the
first night. If you are not on a "singles cruise" this is a "must not miss"
event because many people connect with others traveling solo to have someone
to hang out with. If you are on a singles cruise, your tour
director will have a closed party for the 100-200 other singles that have
signed up for the cruise.
Singles Dining On a
Singles Cruise you will be seated with other singles at tables set aside for
the tour. If the group has 100-200 people, there will be enough
singles to request a table that has singles in your age range. If
someone bothers you or hits on you and it's unwanted attention, ask to be
moved to another table. If you are traveling on a cruise that is
not a group, call the cruise line and ask about table seating with other
singles who are traveling solo. If you find yourself seated with older
passengers, newlyweds, couples, families, or anyone not single, make lots of
trips to the restroom. As you move through the dining room, check to see who
looks unattached. If you see somebody you'd like to meet, walk over when they
appear to be ready to leave, introduce yourself, and ask if the two of you
could have an after-dinner cappuccino.
The Lifeboat Drill. Get there early but don't go to your muster station.
Instead, wander around as others gather. If you are a man and see a woman who
appears to be alone or traveling with other females, walk right over and ask
if she needs help getting her lifejacket on. By the same token, if you're
female and you want to flirt with a guy, play helpless and ask for assistance.
Cocktail Hour. Scope out all the bars onboard. Singles usually meet in piano
bars or intimate places. Show up before dinner, and send someone a drink.
The Shows. This is an easy one. Again, you'll need to do some moving about,
but it's easy to spot singles or same-genders traveling together. Find a seat
nearby (preferably next to or right behind them) and strike up a friendly
conversation before the show. Afterwards, fall in step as they walk out and
ask if the group is headed to the disco or comedy club on board.
Dancing. All of the major cruise lines have lounges where there is slow
dancing. Ladies, don't hesitate to approach that man you've had your eye on
and ask him to dance. Gents, if you've got your eye on a certain gal, you can
be sure the dance floor is a great place to flirt. So romantic! Check
out the disco as there are lots of singles hanging around the bar waiting to
be asked to dance.
Eating Outdoors. Okay, so you've spotted a Tom Cruise or Jennifer Lopez
look-alike sitting alone, and suddenly you've turned shy. You can't think of a
single thing to say, but what you can do is pick up an extra bowl of fruit,
dessert, lemonade, or whatever, walk over and say, "Hi, this looks so good I
thought you'd like to enjoy one with me."
The Pool. What better way to flirt than when someone is lounging in the sun?
If they are reading a book, ask them about the book they are reading.
Shore Excursions. This is an easy place to spot a single, and you can latch on
quickly by starting a conversation about the places you're visiting. These
trips usually last a few hours, and during that time you can suggest meeting
later to talk about all you've seen and done...if he/she doesn't do it first.
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What are some other ways to meet Singles in Quebec?
Go to as many singles events as you can. Variety is the key. Don't focus on any
one type of group.
Meet young single professionals at fundraisers, singles
charity and civic organizations.
Join sports leagues, singles hiking, biking, outdoors, or
Join a church or religious group for Jewish, Catholic, or
Singles. Also check out singles cruises and travel.
Newly divorced or single parent? Get help at
a singles support or divorce recovery group.
What about online dating? Check
out the information on Singlesonthego.com to learn how to place personal ads to
meet single men and women online. You'll also find great dating advice for
online personals and meeting singles by using various dating services, dating
agencies, matchmakers, introductions services. Go ahead, you can do
it!.....check out the singles scene in your area to find a new relationship
today! Check out the list of online dating services above categorized by
general, foreign/ethnic, religious, alternative, senior and single parents.