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Charity Mini Cruise to Amsterdam from Newcastle from £25.00pp @ DFDS

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2 night Charity Mini Cruise Break to Amsterdam from Newcastle Enjoy a relaxing break to Amsterdam this winter, safe in the knowledge we've donated your ticket price to a worthwhile cause for childr…
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
2 night Charity Mini Cruise Break to Amsterdam from Newcastle
Enjoy a relaxing break to Amsterdam this winter, safe in the knowledge we've donated your ticket price to a worthwhile cause for children in the North East.

2 nights from £25pp Departing on 7th or 8th December 2009

All proceeds go to Children North East

What's Included:
2 nights onboard ship in an en suite cabin
Return coach transfers to Amsterdam city centre
Optional complimentary coach sightseeing tour
Live entertainment onboard


Mini Cruise Prices
Standard Mini Cruise From £25pp
With Breakfasts included From £43pp
With Breakfasts & Dinners included From £83pp

Simply add meals or upgrade your cabin whilst making your booking online.

Potential 10% Quidco, but I'm not sure if it would track as this is a charity donation.
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#1
£166 for 2 breakfast and 2 dinners, you must be kidding - its not like you can really 'not' have these on a cruise unless you starve for 2 days - bit of a captive audience really being on a ship what else could you do, maybe fish off the side?
Donating bit is good - but the cruise company is getting the money back from YOU for eating on their boat.
#2
don't you get something like 5 hours in the dam and the rest of the time your stuck on a big ferry?
#3
4 hrs 45mins!
#4
G0OSE
£166 for 2 breakfast and 2 dinners, you must be kidding - its not like you can really 'not' have these on a cruise unless you starve for 2 days - bit of a captive audience really being on a ship what else could you do, maybe fish off the side?
Donating bit is good - but the cruise company is getting the money back from YOU for eating on their boat.


It's £166 for 2 people on a return journey, so that's 4 breakfasts and 4 dinners.
As for being a captive audience, the ship docks at around 0900, so you could easily wait until you disembark before having breakfast.
#5
Yes,I like the donating bit too...
However £9 for breakfast and £20 for dinner seems steep,and that's a lot of sarnies and flasks to carry,if you want to opt out..............:shock::pirate::pirate:
#6
Hartley
It's £166 for 2 people on a return journey, so that's 4 breakfasts and 4 dinners.
As for being a captive audience, the ship docks at around 0900, so you could easily wait until you disembark before having breakfast.

Sorry , meant to put 4 - doesn't make it any better sadly.
#7
i just booked the standard without meals, usually take a few sandwiches. may see some of you there lol :)
#8
who cares about meals.
buy a carry out at duty free prices on board,sit on deck,smoke and drink,a few hours in dam for another smoke :whistling:,back on ferry for more beer.
excellent lads weekend
#9
Another attempt to sell a miserable winter ferry crossing as a 'cruise'. Fill the boat then they have a captive audience at rip off prices. What do they take you geordies for?

Send your £25 direct to charity and be grateful you've saved the rest!
#10
Besford
Another attempt to sell a miserable winter ferry crossing as a 'cruise'. Fill the boat then they have a captive audience at rip off prices. What do they take you geordies for?

Send your £25 direct to charity and be grateful you've saved the rest!


you obviously havent tried amsterdam georgie style? :-)

lol

i do prefer flying, was there 4days last month, but charity is charity. and it starts on Warmoesstraat :-)
#11
Not too bad, its the prices on board that put me off :)

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