Aldrich - Answered a Question by Connelly (05 Aug 08 20:07)

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.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by Connelly (03 Aug 08 10:19)

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?

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Cox - Answered a Question by Connelly (04 Aug 08 19:43)

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.

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