Best of the Folo: Cruising's solo-cabin evolution

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In early October Norwegian Cruise Line made another move in the small but growing trend of solo cruising. And an article by cruise editor Andrea Zelinski about NCL's plans, and how other lines are building single-occupancy cabins, shot to the top of our most-read list.

So in this episode we went deeper with Zelinski and NCL executive John Chernesky: Why cruisers traveling solo want a cabin for one, the single-supplement, what cruise lines do for single travelers and the evolution of ship design and the cruise experience.

This episode is part of our Best of the Folo series while new episodes are on break. This episode was recorded Nov. 13 and was edited for length and clarity. New episodes will return in February.

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