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Wilba - Answered a Question by Murray (02 Mar 10 14:01)

Those Carnival 3/4 nighters can be the cheapest in the world if you look at the US travel agent websites, around $200 dollars per cruise, although you have chosen the most expensive month, June, with prices around $350. I can't help with the single occupancy issue but a flight booked well in advance to Orlando for Port Canaveral needn't be a major expense. Can't you find a friend to share?

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Cruise Fairy - Answered a Question by Murray (02 Mar 10 13:50)

Have you thought of going outside school vacation times? Fares are much cheaper then... you might even get a break on the single supplement- not much but 150% rather than 200%.

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Lewis - Answered a Question by Murray (02 Mar 10 15:48)

Try a cheaper time of the year .

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Chapman - Answered a Question by Murray (02 Mar 10 17:39)

A new girlfriend, maybe closer to home :-).

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Malcolm Oliver - replied to Chapman (02 Mar 10 19:36)

...or put her 'on hold' for a year until she qualifies for a discount. ;).

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Chapman - replied to Malcolm Oliver (03 Mar 10 11:48)

Yes, well they do say that, 'absence makes the heart grow fonder.' But they also say that, 'while the cats away the mice will play.'.

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lynch - replied to Chapman (03 Mar 10 20:38)

That's a corker ,you should be on the stage!!!!

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Law - Answered a Question by Murray (17 Mar 10 12:20)

What is the suppliment for a single person travelling with a couple.

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