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By Withers, Olney
on 21 Feb
We have booked a cruise on celebrity eclipse. understand they don't...
2 Answers , 223 Views
By white , dartford
on 20 Feb
Can you give me an indication of what is a fair tip for the cabin...
4 Answers , 1736 Views
By wood, bradford
on 25 Feb
Can anyone confirm if crew members are paid the same even when...
9 Answers , 300 Views
By Cavanagh, united Kingdom
on 23 Feb
Why when you ask an important question on this site is it then...
6 Answers , 229 Views
By Irving, Northfleet
We are going on the ventura cruise ship. on formal evenings do the...
7 Answers , 709 Views
To be honest, for £700 you are not going to get a lot (that means nothing). A 14 n cruise on a 'decent' line will cost around £999 if you wait for the special offers, and this is without spending money I'm afraid.
Hi try Fred Olson or click the Blue Standby Cruises on this page to the right of your Question they are discounting quite a lot and you may find what you want?
It depends on your age range are as to which company to look at, b whether you want a more formal dining experience or informal and c where you want to go. The blue stand by is a good idea. The canaries will still be hot then but some places will be cooler. For more informal try Ocean Village, Island, for a mixture try Royal Caribbean, Princess. For more formal try Cunard. You do get what you pay for! If you think carefully about the abc you will get what you want.