test - Answered a Question by mcgrinder (03 Nov 16 11:22)

Yes, many cruise lines offer single meet ups. I would double check before booking with your dedicated cruise line/consultant.

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- Answered a Question by mcgrinder (02 Nov 16 21:39)

Most cruise ship, if not all will cater for single passengers. You do need to book well in advance as single cabins are few and far between. Speak to a travel agent or cruise consultant or ring the number at the top right hand side of this page......Janet.

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Campbell William - Answered a Question by mcgrinder (03 Nov 16 14:30)

Fred Olsen have a significant number of single cabins on all their ships. In addition, they make some attractive offers of double cabins for single occupancy.

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- Answered a Question by mcgrinder (03 Nov 16 16:15)

Azamara often have 125% offers for singles.

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Fraser - Answered a Question by mcgrinder (05 Nov 16 07:45)

As a single traveller I cruise with NCL and have been on 5 cruises with them now .

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Walden - Answered a Question by mcgrinder (05 Nov 16 21:02)

I've been on Princess, NCL, P&O, Fred Olsen and MSC as a solo passenger; the only one I won't use again is MSC. NCL have single passenger areas on their big ships. P&O (Ventura & Britannia) have single cabins but they do sell fast.

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