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Comfort & class on an affordable budget would be Celebrity/Azamara. If however there is no budget, a suite on Regent Seven Seas would cost about $2000 a day for 2 people or Yachts of Seabourn owners suite about $4000 a day for 2 people. Yes I did say per day!..........Wilba .
Comfort and class = Azamara and Celebrity. If you have a larger budget then Seabourn and SilverSeas or Regent SevenSeas or Oceania. Get their brochures and see which one appeals.
Here are some pics of the brand new Celebrity Solstice - see if you like the look of her: http://picasaweb.google.com/celebritysolstice.
We are great fans of Regent Seven Seas; look out for their special offer ads. as they quite often include flights (or give upgrades to club class flights ) on their Med cruises. You can do a weeks fly-cruise to the med for about £2000 each--and remember that drinks are all included in that price. Our alternative choice , if you might prefer a larger ship, is Queens Grill class on a Cunard ship. Cynthia.