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    Saga Orders a New Ship

    Hi All

    https://www.worldofcruising.co.uk/sa...n-cruise-ship/

    and it is a relatively small one at 55,900 tonnes and all balconies too.

    Annie

    #2
    An interesting move in that it's Saga's first made to order ship most of their previous ships have been quite old stock some lovely ships though.Interesting too that they are all balcony cabins an attempt to move more upmarket?

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      #3
      It looks very smart and sleek. I would be interested in trying Saga and this might be the ship to tempt me...Carol

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        #4
        Saga is a much bigger company than many people realise & i have the idea that they are going to use the Warner Hotels concept in cruising with a few tweaks here and there. it should be a profitable investment for the company
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          #5
          Still on the big side for us, but might be tempted in a few years. Saga employ Harry the Piano quite often and he is worth the cost of the cruise.

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            #6
            Looks interesting and quite stylish. We've never ever contemplated sailing with Saga but, like you Carol, this ship could tempt us, finances permitting. Would like to blog on this one.
            Cheers Drew and Linda

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              #7
              Originally posted by drewlin, wigan View Post
              Looks interesting and quite stylish. We've never ever contemplated sailing with Saga but, like you Carol, this ship could tempt us, finances permitting. Would like to blog on this one.
              Delivery is summer 2019.

              Annie

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                #8
                I've nothing against Saga, from what I've read they offer a good cruise experience, but c'mon!

                I understood Saga was set up to offer a cheap alternative to pensioners, but hells bells their cruises are far from cheap...........Wilba
                Wilba

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Wilba View Post
                  I've nothing against Saga, from what I've read they offer a good cruise experience, but c'mon!

                  I understood Saga was set up to offer a cheap alternative to pensioners, but hells bells their cruises are far from cheap...........Wilba
                  I agree Wilba, even though the price of a cruise includes gratuities & door to door transfers from home to ship, I still think that they are expensive.
                  Jill

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Wilba View Post
                    I've nothing against Saga, from what I've read they offer a good cruise experience, but c'mon!

                    I understood Saga was set up to offer a cheap alternative to pensioners, but hells bells their cruises are far from cheap...........Wilba
                    They know which generation has the money

                    Seriously maybe their market is prepared to pay a premium for child-free ships.

                    Annie

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                      #11
                      Insurance included and I understand they are quite generous with their accepted age and conditions.

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                        #12
                        they are a very expensive company, had a quote of them once thought the price was for two of us, it was not till about to book found out the quoted price was per person making it far too expensive to consider.

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