If you're looking for a cougar cruise, there's a new one that has been announced, but you will need to get to Spain to experience this one. Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas will depart from Barcelona and cruise April 16-21, 2011.
This cruise comes after cougar cruises have been banned by the three largest cruise lines in Australia, and also by Carnival, the world's largest cruise line, in the USA.
"We are pleased that Royal Caribbean will be hosting our European Cougar Cruise," says Rich Gosse, Executive Producer of http://www.cougarevents.com. "While it is perfectly acceptable for middle-aged men to date women their daughter's age, women don't have the same privilege. After the tremendous success of the world's first International Cougar Cruise, December 2009, aboard Carnival, we were shocked that they refused to allow another. If there had been problems on the first Cougar Cruise we would understand being banned. But hundreds of our cougars and cubs onboard were well-behaved, and there were absolutely no problems. We expect the same will be true with the European Cougar Cruise."
Interested in going on the cougar cruise? You can book it by going to http://www.SinglesTravelCompany.com