Perhaps you are not yet retired or you may have have reached “retirement age”.
Many people think that cruising is an activity that they should put off for retirement.. that time way off in the future when they have the time and the money. The fact is that, due to unforeseen circumstances, when that time comes, they may have neither the time nor the money.
In daily life we meet many people of all different ages, but none more interesting than the baby boomers, many of whom have retired or are facing retirement in the near future. We see and talk to many people who are just about to, or already have, retired and there is a wide range of difference in their attitude of mind, their daily activities and their money?
Why wait until retirement to experience European River Cruises?
But what is retirement age? The notion of retirement has both positive and negative connotations. In our country, retirement seems to be synonymous with the age of access to a pension, whether government provided or self-funded. Many who have followed their passion in life and are realising dreams that they have worked to achieve, do not see the need to change their way of life simply because they have reached a certain age.
Cruising is an activity that suits people of any age. If you can manage to undertake a river cruise well before “retirement age” you will discover the advantage that you have in being able to go on the many land excursions that require exertion.
Apart from the benefits of being young, you will have great memories that will last a lifetime.