How an 88-Year-Old Woman Made a Cruise Ship Her Home
This year, an estimated 24 million people are expected to take a cruise. Part of the popularity of cruising is that you don’t have to unpack and pack, and cooking, cleaning, entertainment, and many activities are included. Almost all passengers, when they finish their cruise, return home. But for one passenger on board the Crystal Serenity, the ship is her ONLY home—and she’s never left. Watch my report on CBS This Morning about the passenger known affectionately as “Mama Lee.”
For more information about cruise ship travel, check out:
- What the Cruise Industry Boom Means for You
- A Conversation with Manfredi Lefebvre d’Ovidio of Silversea Cruises
- How Do Travelers Actually Feel About Cruising?
By Peter Greenberg for PeterGreenberg.com