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16 Nights Royal Caribbean Cruise Southampton to New York + 3 Nights Miami Hotel £699pp
16 Nights Royal Caribbean Cruise Southampton to New York + 3 Nights Miami Hotel £699pp

16 Nights Royal Caribbean Cruise Southampton to New York + 3 Nights Miami Hotel £699pp

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Great Price, Great Ship, only downside its 6th November
Flights back to UK included, stops at Boston, new York, Cape Canaveral and then 3 nights in Miami

13 day cruise without stop in Miami is available for £599pp

6TH NOV 2017
SOUTHAMPTON
7TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
8TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
9TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
10TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
11TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
12TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
13TH NOV 2017
BOSTON
14TH NOV 2017
NEW YORK CITY
15TH NOV 2017
NEW YORK CITY
16TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
17TH NOV 2017
CRUISING
18TH NOV 2017
PORT CANAVERAL
19TH NOV 2017
MIAMI
19TH NOV 2017
MIAMI STAY
20TH NOV 2017
MIAMI STAY
21ST NOV 2017
MIAMI STAY

31 Comments

Excellent price op, showing on royal caribbeans website as £699 without flight & stay. Very tempted to book, anyone booked with cruise nation before that can give me some feedback. Only booked direct with RSC before

Would vote hot but it's the USA.

romeospadre

Would vote hot but it's the USA.


USA means the United States of America not the Uther Side of Aldershot.

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Is the drinks package included & Gratuities ?

maisiemoo

Is the drinks package included & Gratuities ?



No it won't be, that only applies to Med sailings, not transatlantic sadly, and also not on Guarantee cabins.

North Atlantic in the winter months have fun

Link isn't working how would I find this please

all gone now

neils31

North Atlantic in the winter months have fun



​never again in winter, BLURRK !!!

Trump will torpedo the vessel.

hmmn

neils31

North Atlantic in the winter months have fun



Watch out for ice burgs!

JESUS!

Watch out for iceburgs!



The lettuces?? No chance - they are in short supply!!

I went last year and spent 4.5 hours queuing to get through immigration on board. Expensive drinks also beware of extra charges.

Me and the wife are going on this cruise. We booked through cruise1st.co.uk but got 5 nights in orlando after the cruise at the rosen inn resort on international drive. We paid £899 flights included to manchester

Sailed a few times with Royal Caribbean. Great ships, lots to do. However two big issues with this: crossing the transatlantic at that time of year is temperamental, this is a cruise ship and not an ocean liner like QM2 so won't cope with rough seas as well and the weather is going to be at the very least cold meaning on deck activities likely to be zero which forces everyone inside meaning it gets very busy on sea days.

Also drinks are expensive and more so currently as they are in dollars. $6.95 for a beer, $12 for a cocktail, $10 min for a glass of wine, all plus 18% service charge. A drinks package is just over £40 per day.

Finally factor in the $13.50 per person per day service charge added to your onboard account.

Still love cruises but this one IMO wouldn't be ideal as a taster cruise.

neils31

North Atlantic in the winter months have fun


That was my first thought!

kevinyork

Sailed a few times with Royal Caribbean. Great ships, lots to do. … Sailed a few times with Royal Caribbean. Great ships, lots to do. However two big issues with this: crossing the transatlantic at that time of year is temperamental, this is a cruise ship and not an ocean liner like QM2 so won't cope with rough seas as well and the weather is going to be at the very least cold meaning on deck activities likely to be zero which forces everyone inside meaning it gets very busy on sea days. Also drinks are expensive and more so currently as they are in dollars. $6.95 for a beer, $12 for a cocktail, $10 min for a glass of wine, all plus 18% service charge. A drinks package is just over £40 per day. Finally factor in the $13.50 per person per day service charge added to your onboard account. Still love cruises but this one IMO wouldn't be ideal as a taster cruise.



Thanks for the heads up. Haven't been on a cruise before so was unaware of all these hidden charges

neils31

North Atlantic in the winter months have fun



​aye, choppy waters! although, I quite like that kind of things. and it may be good as the boat is likely to be fairly empty or people staying in cabins throwing up

fairygodmother

Excellent price op, showing on royal caribbeans website as £699 without … Excellent price op, showing on royal caribbeans website as £699 without flight & stay. Very tempted to book, anyone booked with cruise nation before that can give me some feedback. Only booked direct with RSC before


we booked with cruise nation and i was very unsure as the price was crazy for what we got! however they were upfront they have a booking charge and that transfers on our cruise werent included. They were really good and everything was perfect so dont be put off.

We are flying back to manchester after the cruise But the cruise sails from southampton so cruise1st have a bus to transfer you from manchester to southampton before the cruise. Our friends are flying back to gatwick but no bus for there transfers

fairygodmother

Excellent price op, showing on royal caribbeans website as £699 without … Excellent price op, showing on royal caribbeans website as £699 without flight & stay. Very tempted to book, anyone booked with cruise nation before that can give me some feedback. Only booked direct with RSC before



Cruise Nation are fine, booked a few times, no probs. They do charge a booking fee though, £19 per person if i remember correctly. They wouldn't negotiate that with me.

Lots of days at sea in this cruise, so may not suit everyone. Miami would be great weatherwise in November. You may get stung with extra luggage charges when flying home, so best to check. Hot from me. If you buy enough Carnival shares, you'd get a hundred odd quid on board credit as a shareholder perk.

I got the email too, and i think the 16 days included the 3 night Miami stay, so a 13 night cruise. Not certain now, but worth checking.
Edited by: "grahamc2003" 4th Feb

grahamc2003

Cruise Nation are fine, booked a few times, no probs. They do charge a … Cruise Nation are fine, booked a few times, no probs. They do charge a booking fee though, £19 per person if i remember correctly. They wouldn't negotiate that with me.Lots of days at sea in this cruise, so may not suit everyone. Miami would be great weatherwise in November. You may get stung with extra luggage charges when flying home, so best to check. Hot from me. If you buy enough Carnival shares, you'd get a hundred odd quid on board credit as a shareholder perk.I got the email too, and i think the 16 days included the 3 night Miami stay, so a 13 night cruise. Not certain now, but worth checking.



You'd need to buy RCL shares for potentially $200 on board credit, although this could be a special fare and therefore ineligible. Carnival most certainly won't give you anything for sailing on the competition!

goodclicks

You'd need to buy RCL shares for potentially $200 on board credit, … You'd need to buy RCL shares for potentially $200 on board credit, although this could be a special fare and therefore ineligible. Carnival most certainly won't give you anything for sailing on the competition!



You got their before me, yes definitely RCI shares, not Carnival. But you won't know if you will get any on board credit till you have the shares then apply for the credit, they have lots of exclusions to avoid giving you credit. However we got our shares at $30 four years ago and they are now around $93. We've been given $500 total on board credit over the years when they have allowed it but the increase in share price has been a nice bonus.

JESUS!

Watch out for ice burgs!



​as a member of produce this made me giggle more than it should have

I wasn't aware that shareholders got an onboard credit. As I have two cruises booked for this year (Royal Carr ibean and Celebrity) it may be worth it. Who did you use to buy the shares?

Don't worry about the travel agents being able to price this much lower than RCI,
Cruise lines sell at extra discounts through agents that package to hide the true discounts on the cruises to those that have paid more.

robertsclark

I wasn't aware that shareholders got an onboard credit. As I have two … I wasn't aware that shareholders got an onboard credit. As I have two cruises booked for this year (Royal Carr ibean and Celebrity) it may be worth it. Who did you use to buy the shares?



Hi

Sorry missed your response. I use Sippdeal as their charges seem low. Be aware you need 100 RCI shares for Royal Caribbean or Celebrity On Board Credit which will currently cost around £7800.

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