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Reduced Again!! From Liverpool: 28 night 'no fly' cruise to Canada £1,329.00pp @ iglu

£1329.00 @ Iglu Cruise
28 night cruise departing on 27th August 2016. Lovely time of year for Canada. Works out at just under £50pp per night and drink prices are fairly reasonable too on Cruise and Maritime. This is only f… Read More
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28 night cruise departing on 27th August 2016. Lovely time of year for Canada. Works out at just under £50pp per night and drink prices are fairly reasonable too on Cruise and Maritime. This is only for a standard inside cabin. You don't see that many cruises departing from Liverpool and for us up North is really convenient and also easy to get too from the train station (I walked with luggage when I went to Norway). Itinerary on screen shots, give me a second

Edit price now dropped to £1399 so links updated.

Reduced to £1329pp at Iglu
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"Enjoy a call in Belfast and immerse yourself in the Titanic story before crossing the Atlantic"

Because there's nothing like immersing yourself in the Titanic experience to calm your nerves before crossing the Atlantic in a ship :')
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you walked to norway with your luggage from a liverpool train station? #Epic

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[Travel Expert]#1
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you walked to norway with your luggage from a liverpool train station? #Epic
[Travel Expert] 1 Like #3
SandstormBargains
you walked to norway with your luggage from a liverpool train station? #Epic

Of course I did.... I walked on water across the North Sea.
1 Like #4
wow. wouldnt it have been easier to stay in the Titanic hotel next to the heritage in winter and pretend ya in norway lol
#5
that's a lot of cruise for the money , and surprising quick to cros the atlantic - not sure I would want to do that though even in summer,- thanks for posting
3 Likes #6
Ship was launched in 1964 oO
Not that it might be an issue - but just in case someone expects a huge modern cruise liner.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Marco_Polo
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Infiltrator
Ship was launched in 1964 oO
Not that it might be an issue - but just in case someone expects a huge modern cruise liner.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Marco_Polo


In 1964
U.S. Surgeon General reports that smoking may lead to lung cancer
Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton for the first time.
The Rolling Stones release debut album, "The Rolling Stones
The first pirate radio station, Radio Caroline, is established
Top of the Pops premieres on BBC television
The Sun Newspaper is first published in the United Kingdom
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Ferry, Cross The Atlantic...
1 Like #9
transatlantic ferry full of northerners...are you sure this isn't ITV's new Benedorm?

Edited By: 7800gtman on Aug 10, 2016 21:53: spelling
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Infiltrator
Ship was launched in 1964 oO
Not that it might be an issue - but just in case someone expects a huge modern cruise liner.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Marco_Polo

I wonder how many generations of cockroaches have lived on the ship.
2 Likes #11
28 nights with an inside cabin on a ship over 50 years old ... my idea of holiday hell
#12
I would so love this,
4 Likes #13
And if you book a suite "there is comfortable seating, a TV and a VCR" !!!! Do what! A VCR!!!! I must take my Dallas tapes with me .....
#14
Is that tub big enough to cross the Atlantic - all on its own? oO
#15
Infiltrator
Ship was launched in 1964 oO
Not that it might be an issue - but just in case someone expects a huge modern cruise liner.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Marco_Polo


Come on you are doing it a disservice it only started carrying passengers in 65. Seriously have a read right through the page it has seen some action including being blown off course in high winds at port.
#16
I booked this about 5 months ago and paid around 400 more pp so this is a good deal for those wanting to go. the all inclusive drinks package is only £17pppd which is around £30 cheaper pd than most companies we have been on. it was refurbished completely inside 3 years ago and on you tube you can see the interior. reviews are around 3.5 out of 5 on most cruise sites citing the meals being the main thing that marks them down usually the variety being the issue. So might see some of you there if your lucky to get a month off!
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eslick
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Ship was launched in 1964 oO
Not that it might be an issue - but just in case someone expects a huge modern cruise liner.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Marco_Polo
Come on you are doing it a disservice it only started carrying passengers in 65. Seriously have a read right through the page it has seen some action including being blown off course in high winds at port.

I imagine a ship like that has seen plenty of action over the years, just check out the number of rooms.

Edited By: supermann on Aug 11, 2016 04:16
#18
£1399 direct with C&M if you can get a cabin.
https://www.cruiseandmaritime.com/cruise/p624/canada-in-the-fall

Marco Polo has a hardened hull, save from those pesky Icebergs.

Edited By: getmore4less on Aug 11, 2016 05:01
[Travel Expert]#19
getmore4less
£1399 direct with C&M if you can get a cabin.https://www.cruiseandmaritime.com/cruise/p624/canada-in-the-fall
Marco Polo has a hardened hull, save from those pesky Icebergs.

That's just dropped when I posted I checked going direct and it was £1599pp. They must have reduced it further. Thanks I've updated links

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Aug 11, 2016 06:31: Edit
#20
Availability showing as wait listed so looks like it's full.
#21
They used to have a interface that was easy to check how many cabins were available for any grade on any trip but that got taken away, harder to find the deals now before they run out..
1 Like #22
Nice cruise, but old ship, and a 'mature' clientele, my dad has been on this ship and at 70 he felt he was the youngest on board!. he liked it though.
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"Enjoy a call in Belfast and immerse yourself in the Titanic story before crossing the Atlantic"

Because there's nothing like immersing yourself in the Titanic experience to calm your nerves before crossing the Atlantic in a ship :')
banned 2 Likes #24
Cant see the point of being on a ship for that long with nothing to see and just having a few hours off of it every now & again.

Its like paying to go to prison with the odd exercise break.

Edited By: YouDontWantToKnow on Aug 11, 2016 07:41
1 Like #25
7800gtman
transatlantic ferry full of northerners...are you sure this isn't ITV's new Benedorm?


Benidorm**

Flying the flag for southerners I see
[Travel Expert]#26
Reduced again now at Iglu £1329 so they have reduced further!
2 Likes #27
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.
1 Like #28
ImJessicat
"Enjoy a call in Belfast and immerse yourself in the Titanic story before crossing the Atlantic"

Because there's nothing like immersing yourself in the Titanic experience to calm your nerves before crossing the Atlantic in a ship :')


haha very good point. Although it does give survival tips too. Let no one else on board your life raft especially named jack and if someone shouts iceberg RUN!!! or swim depending where you are lol
#29
Wow - that is a really great price.
So tempted but it's come at the wrong time unfortunately.

Many thanks for posting OP - have some heat !
#30
sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.


Because there are no single cabins. You are paying for one person in a twin occupancy cabin. Only a few ships have proper single cabins and then the price is around 1 1/2 the cost of a twin occupancy.
#31
28 nights? think I'll get a bit sea-sick if i go for that long :(
#32
28 nights? think I'll get a bit sea-sick if i go for that long :(
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sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.


Shall we go together?
#34
kevinyork
sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.
Because there are no single cabins. You are paying for one person in a twin occupancy cabin. Only a few ships have proper single cabins and then the price is around 1 1/2 the cost of a twin occupancy.

Fair comment - generally you are given a lousy least spacious room next to a stairwell or lift - paying for two persons albeit saving a tenner on this occasion - no other person to feed . Too often you are fobbed off with a non realistic explanation about costings etc. all a bluff to me, they just lost a client. Am happy to pay a premium but double is not fair , I accept the fact they may only have twin rooms available. I would rather have a client than an empty room.
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Chiptivo
sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.
Shall we go together?
You made me smile - and we have not been formally introduced.
#36
sayitasitis
Chiptivo
sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.
Shall we go together?
You made me smile - and we have not been formally introduced.

Too damn bohmeian or not, I'd throw my name into this proposal. For real

"Why Captain we met on Hot UK deals.co.uk"

26, Male, Drinker, non-cigarette smoker. In need of a holiday after too much work and never seen Canada

(Voted Hot)

Edited By: Phixx on Aug 14, 2016 16:07
[Travel Expert]#37
Phixx
sayitasitis
Chiptivo
sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.
Shall we go together?
You made me smile - and we have not been formally introduced.
Too damn bohmeian or not, I'd throw my name into this proposal. For real
"Why Captain we met on Hot UK deals.co.uk"
26, Male, Drinker, non-cigarette smoker. In need of a holiday after too much work and never seen Canada
(Voted Hot)

Can I be bridesmaid please?
#38
sayitasitis
kevinyork
sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.
Because there are no single cabins. You are paying for one person in a twin occupancy cabin. Only a few ships have proper single cabins and then the price is around 1 1/2 the cost of a twin occupancy.

Fair comment - generally you are given a lousy least spacious room next to a stairwell or lift - paying for two persons albeit saving a tenner on this occasion - no other person to feed . Too often you are fobbed off with a non realistic explanation about costings etc. all a bluff to me, they just lost a client. Am happy to pay a premium but double is not fair , I accept the fact they may only have twin rooms available. I would rather have a client than an empty room.


But who is saying they will have an empty room? They will probably be able to shift them all at these prices
#39
Phixx
sayitasitis
Chiptivo
sayitasitis
A single cabin it is £2,649.00 how is it single travellers are so overcharged, virtually double, save a tenner. Families complain about the expensive costs in the School holidays but singles are ripped off 12 months a year.
Shall we go together?
You made me smile - and we have not been formally introduced.

Too damn bohmeian or not, I'd throw my name into this proposal. For real

"Why Captain we met on Hot UK deals.co.uk"

26, Male, Drinker, non-cigarette smoker. In need of a holiday after too much work and never seen Canada

(Voted Hot)


How strange
#40
rachelandgromit

Can I be bridesmaid please?

Looking for a room mate not a soul mate, but you'd certainly be to thank OP :)

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