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NCL Spirit 19 March 2020 28n Cape Town to Athens(SOLO) £1450

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    NCL Spirit 19 March 2020 28n Cape Town to Athens(SOLO) £1450

    This was marked as sold out a while back when they moved the ship to Europe.

    I think we have a member on the cruise, they may have been watching more closely than me as we cant do this one


    I saw this as a cruise 32n package advertised by a TA with flights 2n in Cape Town and 1n in Athens
    with the package so drinks and some dinners but I do not see Grats at £1900
    .

    I will detail the cruise only direct from NCL and if interested you can search out a DIY or package

    28n ports as the map below but the current climate don't expect to get into everywhere

    inside and OV are sensible prices double to go to balcony

    basic inside with drinks&diners(£250) and grats(£323) prepaid, TOTAL £1631.

    go for the last large inside(loads left) £1764
    ......

    Not checked independent flight or US prices

    IGNORE every thing above there is a SOLO deal

    SOLO inside pick a cabin £1450.(with the perks and grats)

    If you don't drink £1200

    2 people can book a cabin each and can probably find then very close
    Solo OV is also cheaper than 2pax add around £150 to the inside prices above.



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    #2
    Thanks TD - I think are at least 2 forum members on this cruise.

    I looked at this itinerary but I have visited over 90% of these ports.

    Heads up for everyone, but a Costa ship had issues docking in Port Louis in the last 7 days because of the number of Italians on board.

    Annie

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      #3
      There are loads of SOLO rates with NCL they are trying to keep the headline(2pax) rates up.

      Since you said you won't cruise MSC because they refuse to sell to solos you need to grab what you can.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Topdeck, London View Post
        There are loads of SOLO rates with NCL they are trying to keep the headline(2pax) rates up.

        Since you said you won't cruise MSC because they refuse to sell to solos you need to grab what you can.
        We all have our priorities wrt cruising - spending 28 days at sea revisiting largely the same ports doesn't work for me.

        I have been looking at NCL but I handicap myself by eliminating ships with a pax capacity of 3000 + - 1st world problem

        Annie

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          #5
          Just avoid the breakaway ships the rest are fine on size.

          Come down to Southampton again and do the Star when the rates drop.
          Last edited by Topdeck, London; 5th March 2020, 06:07 PM.

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            #6
            Originally posted by Topdeck, London View Post
            Just avoid the breakaway ships the rest are fine on size.

            Come down to Southampton again and do the Star when the rates drop.
            SOTON is a no go area for me and I will now behind the sofa

            Annie

            PS Thanks for the thought though - currently focusing on Italy

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              #7
              Checked US prices and they are cheaper cruise only with better perks.

              the I2 the large inside works out at £1440pp SOLO £1,400
              after taking off the $100 OBC

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                #8
                I am one of those forum members who is on this cruise. Was quite expensive but with the 50%-ish refund it has become quite a good deal. The revised itinerary worked better for us as well.
                If you can read this - thank a teacher
                If you are reading this in English - thank a soldier

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                  #9
                  I am on this cruise as well.

                  I received this today. Since I am in reasonable health, my inclination is not to cancel.

                  ENJOY FREEDOM AND FLEXIBILITY THROUGH 2022
                  Have peace of mind when booking with Norwegian Cruise Line. Beginning March 10, 2020, guests who book a voyage through September 30, 2020 may cancel up to 48 hours from embarkation and receive a 100% future cruise credit to be used for sailings that embark through December 31, 2022. This offer also applies to guests who are currently booked through this timescale.
                  Freedom and flexibility are core to our brand, and we expect this philosophy to provide you with Peace of Mind for your upcoming cruise holiday. We look forward to welcoming you on board soon!

                  https://www.ncl.com/uk/en/why-cruise...BGCANCEL030620


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                    #10
                    Prices have started dropping on some other NCL cruises I am getting close to locking in a couple with the 48hr fall back.

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                      #11
                      So Ashdod and Haifa are out after the Israeli government brought in a 14-day quarantine requirement for all entering the country.

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