Ferguson - Answered a Question by Harness (11 May 08 10:19)

Some cruise lines do allow single passengers to share BUT you never know who you might get, eek!. Or you can pay a single supplement which varies from line to line and might be less than 200%. For example a cruise I have booked for this September is about 38% and for September 2009 16%, hooray, at least until discounting kicks in for late bookers.

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Miller - Answered a Question by Harness (11 May 08 12:16)

Don't know whch cruise line you plan to travel with but some ships have single cabins which are more pricey than if you travel as a couple but are pretty good value.

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Bradley - Answered a Question by Harness (11 May 08 23:53)

Every cruise line has its own policy on single occupancy supplements. Many charge double (less the cost of the second air fare), some charge £xxx per week supplement e.g Ocean Village, while P&O for example vary the percentage supplement across all their cruise offerings (see there brochure for details). Having said that there are often special deals available so its worth contacting a few cruise agents and asking what special offers they have available and keep asking on a regular basis as these offers come and go.

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