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Various cruises to be had @ 2 for 1 offers sailing from Hull......
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laltufan#1
Come on - dont be voting my post cold.... If you have been on one of these - You would be voting hot...............
designs#2
Yes, Do not knock it unless you have been, Great way to spend Tesco Deal Vouchers.
Excellent for a couple of days away
alanrowell#3
laltufan
Come on - dont be voting my post cold.... If you have been on one of these - You would be voting hot...............
Only if you were on a stag or hen weekend would you be voting hot - and in any case we are reaching the time of the year when the sea conditions will drastically affect your enjoyment of the cruise
laltufan#4
Been on these loads of times (normally winter times -due to being cheap) - Only had one crossing which was swaying a bit (I think its because I went to cinema it seemed bad though)
harrythedog#5
just booked for few days before xmas; upgraded to an outside cabin for £5; great deal
doublekite#6
laltufan
Been on these loads of times (normally winter times -due to being cheap) - Only had one crossing which was swaying a bit (I think its because I went to cinema it seemed bad though)


Yes, agreed. We have been on the Hull - Rotterdam route several times. Great ships, the biggest ferries in the UK I believe. Hardly any roll. Great day in Amsterdam. Includes coach transfers to and from Amsterdam, giving about 7 hours there. Free secure parking at Hull port too! prices from £64 for two!
Couchwarrior#7
alanrowell
Only if you were on a stag or hen weekend would you be voting hot - and in any case we are reaching the time of the year when the sea conditions will drastically affect your enjoyment of the cruise


they dont allow groups of men to book now , so no stag weekends. and with the size of the new ferry, the pride of Hull, the sea conditions are not as noticable as with the older ferries , this thing is huge :w00t:
just booked mine last week its actually a better deal if you have kids as it works out at £78 for 2 adults and 2 under 16s but dont eat on board it costs a fortune
get your duty frees and the ferry is paid for :-D
apduk#8
Haha theres a bingo cruise in october, :giggle: :giggle: :giggle:
monkey_uk#9
Don't forget QuidCo for a mighty TWOM PERCENT!

Well, look after the pennies....! :-)
RickyBobby#10
Was just about to post this when i dug up this old thread. Deals are still there :thumbsup:

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