Of course it depends which cruise your talking about all cruises are now full board however when you get up to the likes of Seabourn (www.seabourn.co.uk), Crystal (www.crystalcruises.co.uk/home.aspx) and Regent (www.rssc.co.uk) cruises (6* Plus) everything is included I'd advised visiting the different websites or purchasing a Berlitz guide they has reviews and all the information your after they are about £16.99 however it'll be worth it to get your A level.
Good Luck with it any more queries just drop them on people will do their best to help
There are many aspects of cruising from the Cruise Company whose out and out duty is make a profit for the shareholders to the crew, many of whom work extremely hard and are able to provide a boost to the economy of their own country by sending home a lot of their earnings, this does not only apply to the staff that we see but also to the workers deep in the bowels of each ship. On top of that many countries benefit from the influx of visitors when ships dock and also there is the huge amount of revitalling in order to feed and service passengers. That market benefits to the tune of many millions of hard currency around the world. Besides that there are the staff employed in various capacities and agencies which benefit even it it is only to give the ships a weather forecast. Various transport authorities gain as do the huge amount of local transportation firms. The cruise industry grows by an enormous amount each year and the spin of and ramifications of this would take more time that an A level subject would allow. The best thing you can to is to start writing your main thesis and take notes as to how you can expand the main subject. Do this and you will get through with flying colours….good luck….Ida p.s. might be an idea to try to improve your spelling on the way … Id.
For all those keen eyed people out there....Yes I know I put "of" when I should have put "off" and in another I spelt "Italian" wrongly.....Id.