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Wilba - Answered a Question by LeatherBarrow (26 Nov 08 19:03)

There is no best cruise to suit everyone. You need to give more details about your needs & wants. Do you want party party, peace & quiet, the best food, formal, informal, the most exotic itinerary, the cheapest, the dearest, the noisiest, classical music, karaoke, the list is endless........Wilba .

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Johnstone - Answered a Question by LeatherBarrow (26 Nov 08 22:01)

I agree with everything that Wilba has said and would also add that I have cruised several times by myself and far prefer this type of holiday to a land based holiday on my own. So as Wilba says, give us more of an idea what you like and we will be able to make many suggestions.

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Cooke - Answered a Question by LeatherBarrow (27 Nov 08 07:46)

I agree with the others. It really depends how old you are too.

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Miller - Answered a Question by LeatherBarrow (27 Nov 08 15:58)

It is also worth considering which ships have single cabins. You can be lucky booking a double cabin for single occupancy but on popular cruises you may pay well over the odds. Several companies including Fred. Olsen and SAGA have single cabins on their cruise ships.

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