14 Night All Inclusive Cruise on Marella Discovery 20 May from Newcastle £873 pp based on 2 @ Tui - all inside cabins gone now £1066 but includes outside cabin.
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14 Night All Inclusive Cruise on Marella Discovery 20 May from Newcastle £873 pp based on 2 @ Tui - all inside cabins gone now £1066 but includes outside cabin.

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Found 19th Apr
14 nights all inclusive with TUI from Newcastle to the Baltic. Save £797 each on list price. £873 per person based on 2 sharing = £1746. Quidco 2% plus possible £25 bonus. Also possible hotukdeals.com/dea…005 further 10% off plus a £110 Amazon voucher.

Update - now £1066/£2132 but based on outside cabin.
Update 2 - price reduced now £961/£1923 but based on outside cabin.


Posted on the back of the previous post for Fjords cruise.
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good price but it's TUI.....
2 days in Russia...
Might be a reason for low occupancy creating the large discounts
bossonmad121 m ago

good price but it's TUI.....


I did my first cruise on the tui dream round the med. loved it, yes the interior was a bit dated (wooden) but the staff were great and it was only for night times inbetween destinations.

i would do a tui again. Plus if you go all inclusive you don’t get stung with service fees / tips per round of drinks and meals like others
bossonmad128 m ago

good price but it's TUI.....


you misspelled Newcastle..
The drinks package on some main stream ships will set you back over £500 for 14 nights

Near equivalents Baltics Ex UK May/June (Southampton)

P&O £899/£999 14n/16n + service charge and drinks costs

Celebrity 14n £1,400 + drinks
Princess 14n £1,300 + drinks
Ok if you're on a tight budget. Older ships with limited facilities. Food is poor compared to other cruise ships I've been on and is also quite repetitive. It's cheap for a reason!
Decent for what it is, cruises are good value for money
I did this cruise a couple of years ago with Celebrity, and cost a lot more, having sailed with Marella before and again in July 2018 i would recommend them. The staff are great and at this price it is a bargain for 2 weeks
After watching documentaries recently about the Costa Concordia I'll pass.
Been with TUI (Thomson Cruise) before and can agree. This is a budget cruise and the food was repetitive but friendly staff. the cruise might be cheap but they look to makeup the shortfall with the price of expensive shore excursions etc
I have been on the sister ship and at that price it's a bargain. As noted elsewhere the drinks package alone would cost the price of the ticket on some other higher end ships and Discovery is all inclusive for the basic drinks and you can pay a little more if you want a full choice of everything on offer. I thought the breakfasts were a little dull - fine but dull. The evening food we ate was always excellent however and for about 20 quid you can upgrade for a meal at a speciality restaurant - well worth it.
I don't think people understand the value of cruises.

sailing to some places that are not cheap to stay.

This is 14night for £873pp or £125 per night for a couple

For that £125 you are getting a room as much food as you can eat(not just 3 meals but your snack in between) and an open bar with some entertainment(fairly good on Marella) thrown in.

Along with the transport to the various places while you sleep.

You would be lucky to get a room breakfast and a dinner for that using a B&B/hotel
( OK at a spoons on a Sunday £85 with the 3 main meals and 4 drinks )
A booze cruise full of geordies!
I can't find this price but found cheapest Baltics as £1066 pp....then it's an add-on of £150 for parking car 15 days at port
Also...can't see any £110 or £130 Amazon Voucher anywhere....is it me???
Edited by: "tomba" 21st Apr
tomba9 h, 58 m ago

I can't find this price but found cheapest Baltics as £1066 pp....then …I can't find this price but found cheapest Baltics as £1066 pp....then it's an add-on of £150 for parking car 15 days at port Also...can't see any £110 or £130 Amazon Voucher anywhere....is it me???


Price has gone up since I posted. Not sure about the vouchers, another post refers, need to follow those instructions. Parking is £10 a day but obviously separate to the deal. I've booked a Fjords cruise and paid £40 for 2 weeks with Justpark.
Prices go up because the cheap(Inside) cabins get sold out, the starting price is now for a better ocean view cabin
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