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  • Norfolkboy, Norfolk
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    Originally posted by Bradbury, Coventry View Post
    Realistically I dont think there are any 'budget' cruise lines either. If you had asked me about 7 years ago - I would have said MSC whom you could travel with for around £300 per week, some of the frills were missing, like having to pay for Tea and coffee and water, Food wasnt available 24/7 but they have moved on a lot since then and now their pricing is inline with many other cruise companies now too.

    Hello Bradbury, thinking again the only one I would have considered budget would have been 'Easycruise' but unlike it's more successful airline, it didn't last long.

    NB.

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  • Bradbury, Coventry
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    Originally posted by Norfolkboy, Norfolk View Post
    Here goes my first attempt at starting a new thread, sorry if it's been covered before.

    I've read a lot about so called 'budget cruiselines' the classic example I suppose is Thomson, however they are on occasions more expensive than more exclusive lines such as Cunard or P&O , so how do you define the word budget?

    For me 'budget' means my personal maximum spend, I personally don't think there is such a thing a a budget cruiseline.

    Hope that makes sense


    Cheers NB.
    Realistically I dont think there are any 'budget' cruise lines either. If you had asked me about 7 years ago - I would have said MSC whom you could travel with for around £300 per week, some of the frills were missing, like having to pay for Tea and coffee and water, Food wasnt available 24/7 but they have moved on a lot since then and now their pricing is inline with many other cruise companies now too.

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