If you can dance, socialize, and are between the ages of 40 and 68 years old, we have the dream getaway for you...
On many ocean cruises, women outnumber men by a wide margin, especially among senior passengers. To balance things out, ocean lines recruit male social hosts to dance and socialize with women passengers. The only requirements for these hosts are to be able to carry a conversation with a stranger and know formal dance styles like ballroom, swing, foxtrot, and waltz.
Needless to say, the biggest benefit of becoming a "gentleman host" is the nearly FREE cruise you get in return. By signing up to become a gentleman host, you get to spend several weeks a year at sea, where you can wine and dine on luxury ships for close to nothing.
Depending on the cruise line, you may pay a small daily fee of about $25. But compared with the thousands of dollars you'd otherwise spend for the same accommodations, this is a great bargain.
Cruise lines offering gentleman-host programs include some of the biggest names in the industry: the Delta Queen Steamboat Company, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Holland America Line, Crystal Cruises, Silversea Cruises, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, and NYK Cruises.
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