How to Get a Free Cruise

Here’s another way you can get paid to travel...

Cruise companies offer free guest rooms, dining and entertainment on board their ships to folks with all sorts of talents and professions including...

  • Teachers
  • Doctors
  • Massage Therapists
  • Face painters
  • Texas 42 instructors
  • Water colorists
  • Palm readers
  • Single gentlemen over 40
  • Golf instructors
  • History buffs
  • Surfers
  • Clergy
  • Spanish-, Italian- or Portuguese-language translators

... pretty much any talent you can think of from balloon art to yoga and ballroom dancing.

If you have one of these talents or professions, it’s a sweet deal -- cushy vacation without the hefty price tag.

And if you can learn to write a travel article about the things you see and do on your cruise and sell your stories to editors looking for travel articles, you can turn a profit on your trip.

You see, cruise ships spend A LOT of money on magazine and newspaper ads. And in return, magazines promise to fill pages in their publication with travel articles from writers taking cruises or about destinations along the advertisers cruise route.

This means double the opportunity for you.

Not only can you use a talent or profession you already have to score a free cruise, you can then turn your free cruise into an income -- a vacation you get paid to take.

To help you do this this week, we’ve created a new report called -- Cruise for Free: Turn Your Talents into Paid-for Vacations.

The Cruise for Free guide we created will walk you through everything you need to turn your talent into a free cruise -- who to contact, how to apply, which ships are looking for which talents and more.

Tomorrow I’ll send you a story from Roy Stevenson about his experience cruising with his wife and turning their experiences into a profit.

[Editor’s Note: Learn more about opportunities to profit from your travels (and even from your own home) in our free online newsletter The Right Way to Travel.]