3 Week Christmas & New Year Cruise Cape Verde, Madeira & Canaries 17 December 2017 £2894.00 £1447pp @ Planet Cruise
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3 Week Christmas & New Year Cruise Cape Verde, Madeira & Canaries 17 December 2017 £2894.00 £1447pp @ Planet Cruise

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Found 17th Sep 2017
If you are after a nice break over Christmas, this actually seems a pretty decent price for a no-fly cruise, with a good balance of ports and at sea days. It works on it at £1447pp based on two sharing and like any cruise, tips are extra but you can opt out of automatic and tip independently which I did on Cruise and Maritime. Drinks actually weren't that badly priced and if you had the cocktail of the day it was very reasonable - you can upgrade to All Inclusive drinks for £17pp per day which, depending on how much you can drink could be good value.

When a week in the Canaries full board in a half decent hotel is well over a third of this price at the Christmas and New year's period, I actually think you're a getting a good deal when most cruises tend to have pretty good food compared to the offerings of budget hotels.


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Lovely!
Looks like an excellent deal. Of course its 3 weeks in the Atlantic in mid-Winter. Crossing the Bay of Biscay not once, but twice. Leaving the continental shelf for the deep ocean. That's the time and place where the largest ever wave was recorded - 6 storeys high. Where the second highest wave was recorded - a mere 12 metres higher than the main deck. Higher than a house, by far.

Me? I'd love to go. It could be like a three week, no wait, wet water ride with no queues. I wonder if there is a dating site for the like-minded, so I could find someone to go with me?
What a shame no laundromat onboard only paid laundry £1:50 for a handkerchief just don't get to hot or you'll use more than one lol but otherwise a half decent deal
Grrrrrrrrrrr1 h, 31 m ago

Looks like an excellent deal. Of course its 3 weeks in the Atlantic in …Looks like an excellent deal. Of course its 3 weeks in the Atlantic in mid-Winter. Crossing the Bay of Biscay not once, but twice. Leaving the continental shelf for the deep ocean. That's the time and place where the largest ever wave was recorded - 6 storeys high. Where the second highest wave was recorded - a mere 12 metres higher than the main deck. Higher than a house, by far. Me? I'd love to go. It could be like a three week, no wait, wet water ride with no queues. I wonder if there is a dating site for the like-minded, so I could find someone to go with me?

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Absolutely brilliant !! when are you opening Rachel and gromit online site could really give some of these online comparison sites run for their money
Could be a bit of chop in the sea there in winter. Like the log flume at Alton Towers for three weeks solid.
cdennis199010 h, 12 m ago

Absolutely brilliant !! when are you opening Rachel and gromit online site …Absolutely brilliant !! when are you opening Rachel and gromit online site could really give some of these online comparison sites run for their money


One day perhaps!
Grrrrrrrrrrr12 h, 36 m ago

Looks like an excellent deal. Of course its 3 weeks in the Atlantic in …Looks like an excellent deal. Of course its 3 weeks in the Atlantic in mid-Winter. Crossing the Bay of Biscay not once, but twice. Leaving the continental shelf for the deep ocean. That's the time and place where the largest ever wave was recorded - 6 storeys high. Where the second highest wave was recorded - a mere 12 metres higher than the main deck. Higher than a house, by far. Me? I'd love to go. It could be like a three week, no wait, wet water ride with no queues. I wonder if there is a dating site for the like-minded, so I could find someone to go with me?


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