If you're looking for a great deal on a cruise, you're in luck! Royal Caribbean ends its cruise season in April or May, so booking a cruise then can be a great way to save money. In addition, November tends to be a month with less demand, making it an ideal time to book a cruise. Intermediate seasons are the cheapest time to sail in New England and Canada, but the weather can be cold, especially in the open ocean. September is one of the hottest times of the year, and cruises from that month to November will continue to be rainy.
The wave season, an annual period in which all cruise lines promote their rates and special offers in the hope of booking their trips for the next 12 months, usually starts in January and ends in late March. If you're looking for a cheap cruise to Northern Europe, April, May and November are the best months to save money. November to February (with the exception of vacation weeks) is the low season for Hawaii cruises, so you can book a cheaper trip during these months. If you want to get a cheap cruise to Alaska, the best thing to do is choose the first or last month of the season.
A May cruise on Alaska won't be as hot as a summer cruise, but it's the driest month of the year for the state. The Mediterranean cruise season runs from March to November, with the summer months being the most popular among families on vacation. However, with a relatively short cruise season that lasts from April to November, the intermediate seasons are the cheapest times to cruise to Bermuda. Albert Ballin invented pleasure cruises to fill his ships when they weren't en route to the “New World”, and since then winter has been known as the cheapest season for cruises.
So if you're looking for a great deal on your next cruise vacation, consider booking during April or May or in November.