BLYTH - Answered a Question by Webb (29 Oct 08 10:03)

The supplemement varies from around 20% to 70% http://www.cruise-network.com/singles.html?gclid=CNjf1fin4JQCFQuJ1Qod43GKSQ this website might help as it shows which cruise lines charge less than a 50% supplement and those listed but not mentioned charge in excess of 50%, but deals can be available here from time to time.

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Kennedy - Answered a Question by Webb (29 Oct 08 20:39)

Hi - I have paid as much as 100 per cent supplement but I would only pay that for a cruise I really wanted to go on and for a late booking. Quite often my travel agent will get something else like free insurance, increased on board credit, an upgrade or one ore more dinners in a paying restaurant to off set it. Usually I pay about 40 per cent but that is as a result of early booking - sometimes up to 18 months in advance. I have heard other singles claim that they managed to get a cruise without a supplement by booking on a Tuesday and travelling on a Friday or whatever but I cannot do that for 2 reasons - firstly I like to have time to look forward to my cruise and plan my trips (usually not the ships excursions) and secondly I am not organised enough to have a full suitcase of cruise clothes and other bits and bobs ready at the drop of a hat.

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