Timeshare Cruise Vacations
There are two types of cruise timeshare vacations you can take advantage of on the secondary market: true boat vacation ownerships and cruise vacations that can be exchanged/redeemed with a traditional, resort-based timeshare. No matter which type of timeshare you wish to purchase or exchange for, you'll have the chance to explore different areas of the world as your ship sails around their assigned regions and take advantage of land excursions that interest you.
True Timeshare Cruises
If your dream is to set sail on a yacht or cruise ship every time you wish to take a vacation, there's a cruise timeshare you will love! Similar to traditional resort timeshare owners, cruise timeshare owners purchase the rights to a room on a boat or the rights to a boat for a specific period of time during the year. These ownerships require annual costs, such as maintenance fees, which are used to preserve the ships being used.
Traditional Timeshares With Cruise Exchanges
If you want to keep your land options open for annual vacation, there are timeshare programs that allow for cruise exchanges. Some brands have affiliations with some of the most well known cruise lines where you can trade in your weeks or your points to spend three, four, five, or seven days at sea. For brands that have resale restrictions or are without any cruise line partnerships, they are often affiliated with external exchange companies like RCI and Interval International, where owners can purchase an annual membership, deposit their timeshare weeks, and exchange with comparable cruises within their specific exchange databases.