10 Night Cruise (Netherlands, Spain, Portugal & France) for only £479pp + with FREE ALCOHOLIC DRINKS.  Departing 17th September 2014 @ iglucruise
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10 Night Cruise (Netherlands, Spain, Portugal & France) for only £479pp + with FREE ALCOHOLIC DRINKS. Departing 17th September 2014 @ iglucruise

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Found 26th Apr 2014
This sounds like a stonking deal for a 10 night cruise.

Free Cheers Drinks Package & Free Parking

The Cheers Drinks Package is free drinks with meals (alcohol)

Day Port Due Depart
1 Southampton 00:00 16:00
2 IJmuiden (for Amsterdam) 10:30 18:00
3 St. Peter Port (Guernsey) 14:00 19:00
4 At sea
5 Vigo (Spain) 09:00 17:00
6 Lisbon (Portugal) 09:00 17:00
7 At sea
8 Bilbao (Spain) 09:00 17:00
9 At sea
10 Le Havre (Paris) 09:00 21:00
11 Southampton 08:00 00:00

Includes:
Spacious en-suite accommodation onboard
All Port taxes and fees
All meals onboard inc midnight snack/buffet
A well planned programme of activities
On deck activities and pools
Library and games room
Gym and Sauna
Varied Evening entertainment
Complimentary breakfast in cabin.

I'm a regular Iglu customer and when I book call them up. They're very good at answering any queries you may have before booking.

Don't think you can book online - has to be over the phone - 0208 544 6388 or 0208 544 3036 are the numbers I use

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Original Poster

Here's the alcohol text:

CHEERS ADULT - UNLIMITED MEALTIME DRINK
Unlimited wine (choice of 2 whites, 2 reds and 1 rosé), draught beer, soft drinks and mineral water during lunch and dinner.

I don't think i'd remember much of the cruise. Hah.

stupid question time, is this per person with 2 to a cabin?
looks awesome though!!

Original Poster

deiseaj058

stupid question time, is this per person with 2 to a cabin?looks awesome … stupid question time, is this per person with 2 to a cabin?looks awesome though!!



yes, price is per person - have updated title

outside cabin or inside please?

Original Poster

dealfella

outside cabin or inside please?

if you click through it shows

outside cabins are £579 - still flipping good imho

works out at £48 or £58 a night depending on which cabin you go with

when you think that includes accommodation, sit-down waiter service 3 course meals, free wine/beer, entertainment, and transportation to various spots round Europe, i don't think you go can go wrong really

plus, the weather will still be hot in mid Sept
Edited by: "bailey87" 26th Apr 2014

What cruise liner/ship is this ?

Original Poster

MSC / MSC Opera

Technically, you could legally smoke cannabis at Amsterdam and Lisbon, wonder if okay at sea ?

Interesting

DonkeyKonk

Technically, you could legally smoke cannabis at Amsterdam and Lisbon, … Technically, you could legally smoke cannabis at Amsterdam and Lisbon, wonder if okay at sea ?Interesting



I don't think a cruise is the sort of vacation you are after. Anyone got a deal on a club 18-30 holiday?

skdotcom

I don't think a cruise is the sort of vacation you are after. Anyone got … I don't think a cruise is the sort of vacation you are after. Anyone got a deal on a club 18-30 holiday?



18-30 holiday. Check thomascook.co.uk for late deals They run 18-30 holidays

skdotcom

I don't think a cruise is the sort of vacation you are after. Anyone got … I don't think a cruise is the sort of vacation you are after. Anyone got a deal on a club 18-30 holiday?



I am seventy two, I smoke to ease my arthritis,


DonkeyKonk

I am seventy two, I smoke to ease my arthritis,



I dont think that is skunk I smell!

DonkeyKonk

Technically, you could legally smoke cannabis at Amsterdam and Lisbon, … Technically, you could legally smoke cannabis at Amsterdam and Lisbon, wonder if okay at sea ?Interesting



I'm afraid that is a common misconception, it is illegal to smoke/posses cannabis in the Netherlands and in Portugal

Some cruises are cheap for a reason

Original Poster

adm9147

Some cruises are cheap for a reason



not this one

looks lovely

msccruises.co.uk/uk_…spx

http://www.msccruises.co.uk/uk_en/Images/MSC0705714_Nave_MSC_Opera_tcm13-2952.jpg

http://www.msccruises.co.za/za_en/Images/MSC%20Opera-visore(2)_tcm27-2954.jpg

http://www.cruiseshipodyssey.com/msc%20opera56.JPG
Edited by: "bailey87" 26th Apr 2014

51% recommendation is very low for a cruise ship:
http://www.cruisecritic.co.uk/reviews/review.cfm?ShipID=355

compared to other ships from other lines such as royal carribean or norwegian:
cruisecritic.co.uk/rev…282 (roughly similar spec ship)

I know the price is cheaper tho...

Thanks for sharing Bailey - voted hot xxxxx

Went on this ship last July, first time cruising and was very good - can recommend it for first timers or anyone wanting a relatively cheap holiday and being able to see lots of different places on one holiday. Plenty to do and all crew were lovey - we were on an all inclusive package which was great value, but this is still a good deal. Heat added - same price at Planet Cruise which is who we booked through, both websites look very similar with identical details,

Drinks with meals included the buffet so you can get drinks for fairly long periods not just a couple of hours while you eat.

MSC are doing some good deals and on some dates there Opera trips are zero solo suppliments.

Original Poster

Hope any who book have a wonderful time

asq123

51% recommendation is very low for a cruise … 51% recommendation is very low for a cruise ship:http://www.cruisecritic.co.uk/reviews/review.cfm?ShipID=355compared to other ships from other lines such as royal carribean or norwegian:http://www.cruisecritic.co.uk/reviews/review.cfm?ShipID=282 (roughly similar spec ship)I know the price is cheaper tho...

read the reviews they're clearly written by the same person the two negs who sounds like a whining baby
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