Geordie - Answered a Question by sykes (17 Oct 07 20:25)

Yes cruise lines have a single supplement on cabins which is quite large! For example- Princess cruises Sea Princess, inside cabin- price difference £400 for a single occupancy.

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arnold - Answered a Question by sykes (18 Oct 07 12:39)

Where can i find a cruise to suit a man of 75 years young at a price i can afford (1200pounds) for say 10/14 days med or Caribbean. thanks, Arthur south wales.

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Brierley - Answered a Question by sykes (18 Oct 07 12:54)

I cruise as a single (with P&O) all the time and have paid single supplements from 0% to 60%. The secret with single supplements is to book as soon as possible. In P&O's case they only seem to have a limited number of cabins in each grade for single occupancy, and when these are sold the single supplement ramps up quite quickly. Also the low supplements i.e. less than 50%, tend to be available only later in the year from late October through to early December, but there are still some fine cruises too choose from.

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