Cruiseable Reviews

Cruiseable Reviews

Cruiseable  Reviews - LogoCruiseable is an online travel organization, travel article website and travel engine for the voyage business. It permits clients to hunt down and book cruise travels, furthermore, it gives article reviews and suppositions from specialists in the travel business. If you are familiar with the website TripAdvisor, Cruiseable has a similar concept except it mainly focuses on cruise reviews.

Today, let’s have a look at the some Cruiseable reviews to assess the quality of their website’s services. Are their reviews really that helpful and should you book a cruise with them? Let’s find out.

History and key people

Cruiseable  Reviews - J.D. LasicaCruiseable was established in 2015 by J. D. Lasica and Giacomo Balli after gathering $200,000 from various angel  investors. Included in these investors are Don Dodge of Google Ventures and Andrzej Targosz of Codes Mill. The Cruiseable website was dispatched around March of 2015 at the Cruise Shipping Miami meeting.

Joseph Daniel Lasica, publicly known as J.D. Lasica, has been the company’s co-founder and chief executive officer since its founding. He was born in Passaic, New Jersey and is a graduate of BA in communication from the Rutgers University from New Brunswick, New Jersey.

What people are saying

There are no reviews of their cruise booking services online, the few reviews that I managed to dig up talked about the quality and credibility of the articles posted on the site. Some of the cruise reviews, travel tips and journal-style posts were indeed written by travel experts; however, since literally anyone is allowed to post an article publicly, there are some articles that have not been verified so take the articles you read with a grain of salt.

The website

Cruiseable  Reviews - WebsiteThe website is clean; set on a white background with an abundance in images from different tourist destinations around the world and an easy-to-navigate layout. On the upper part of the page, users will find a large cover image that shows some of the featured articles and galleries. Below that is the cruise search form that users may fill up in case they want to book a cruise with Cruiseable.

Top cruise and travel deals are found below the form. Then, on the lower portion, users will be able to find the featured articles. If you own an Apple device such as an iPhone or iPad,  you may download the free Cruiseable iOS app from the App Store.

Customer services

For cruise booking, dial (877) 322-3773. For business partnerships and other business related concerns, dial 413-3870. For general inquiries, dial (916) 402-5332. You may go to this page for more contact information.

Contact information

Conclusion

Despite the usefulness of their articles and travel guides, I think that their cruise booking service is still pretty raw to be considered by most voyage-loving individuals out there. The sheer lack of reviews should already indicate a red flag. If you’re really interested in booking a cruise ticket online, there are other online travel agencies available out there.

So, what do you think of Cruiseable? Have you heard of the website before? Tell us your experiences by leaving a comment below.

 

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