Cruise lines have been able to slash their cruise ship fares for years.
Now, a new report says the cost of the ships has skyrocketed.
The Wall Street Journal reports that cruise lines are charging about $1,200 per person per cruise.
It also says that for the past two years, some cruise lines have added the option of paying for meals aboard.
And, cruises can now take in as much as $1.5 million per night per ship.
The Journal also says cruise lines now have a way to avoid having to book hotel rooms on the cruise ship.
And the company that runs those ships is paying about $8 million a year to run those ships.
The companies behind those ships are using a program called “cruise credit,” which lets passengers book rooms and take them for free.
The WSJ report says they’re now charging $1 per person, $2 per night, $3 per day, $5 per week, $10 per month, $20 per year and more for those credits.