If you love the idea of going on a cruise and being in the water, but hate the idea that everyone on the ship is going to be super old, there’s a new, glorious solution for you.
U by Uniworld will begin millennial-only cruises in 2018, yes, I’m being serious.
There will be two cruise ships that hold 120 people each and everyone on the ship must be between 21-45 years old.
Here are the details via CruiseCritic.com:
Two sister ships are designed to be “part boutique hotel, part yacht and part resort,” with stylish staterooms, rooftop morning yoga sessions, two bars, a rooftop lounge with local DJs, and free Wi-Fi. Meals are inspired by the street food of cities you’re cruising through (with craft brew to match), in addition to comfort food crafted by celeb cookbook author Bea Tollman. Master bartenders lead the way with onboard mixology courses, and passengers can capture scenery in more than just a photograph with Wine & Paint classes, which include a glass of local vino. Nights don’t end when you get back onboard, either. Passengers can keep the party going on the rooftop lounge or at the silent disco with the ship’s resident DJ. Since excursions start later in the day, passengers have plenty of time to sleep in after a late night out.
Price start at $200 per person (totally not bad) and there are currently six cruise options available.
I don’t know, I’m kinda feeling this.
[via Elite Daily]