smith - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 16:19)

The price quoted on all the cruises I have been on is per person not per cabin.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 16:29)

Per perso.

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scales - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 16:39)

Per person.

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Macdonald - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 18:42)

The price is usualy per person. Sometimes it will be for four sharing. Mostly it means per person with two people sharing. sSingle people mostly have to apy a supliment. Ian Macdonal.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 19:16)

The price quoted is invariably per person but what is more relevant is whether it is "cruise only" or "full fare" and that is not always easy to find in an advertisement ... Nei.

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Grant - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 20:06)

If you mean in cruise brochures it is per person (min 2 people per cabin).

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Clarke - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 21:06)

Per person generally, although sometimes 'special offers' ads come through which are a per cabin pric.

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Anderson - Answered a Question by McHattie (09 May 08 21:41)

Unless stated differently all quotes are PER PERSON on the basis of 2 sharing a cabin. 3rd and 4th persons in a four berth cabin are usually quoted as an add-on and are usually about 60% of normal. Single cabin quotes are again different and should be stated as such.

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Matt - Answered a Question by McHattie (10 May 08 01:58)

Wish it was per cabin, I'd take my entire family all 120 of them and cram them in someho.

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