Going on a cruise has multiple physical, mental and social benefits, research shows. As cruise companies prepare to relaunch their fleets with a new focus on health and wellness, two residential superyachts you can live aboard for months at a time are nearing completion. Photo: Shutterstock
Going on a cruise has multiple physical, mental and social benefits, research shows. As cruise companies prepare to relaunch their fleets with a new focus on health and wellness, two residential superyachts you can live aboard for months at a time are nearing completion. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

A cruise cured couple’s Covid-19 cabin fever, and no wonder – the stimulation of meeting new people on board improves your mental health, a study has shown

  • Going on a cruise has multiple physical, mental and social benefits that last for months afterwards, research shows
  • The global cruise industry is preparing for a post-pandemic revival, with a new focus on passengers’ health and wellness

Going on a cruise has multiple physical, mental and social benefits, research shows. As cruise companies prepare to relaunch their fleets with a new focus on health and wellness, two residential superyachts you can live aboard for months at a time are nearing completion. Photo: Shutterstock
Going on a cruise has multiple physical, mental and social benefits, research shows. As cruise companies prepare to relaunch their fleets with a new focus on health and wellness, two residential superyachts you can live aboard for months at a time are nearing completion. Photo: Shutterstock
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