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Amsterdam Mini cruise from £47 pp (+10 spend onboard) @ DFDS Seaways
Amsterdam Mini cruise from £47 pp (+10 spend onboard) @ DFDS Seaways

Amsterdam Mini cruise from £47 pp (+10 spend onboard) @ DFDS Seaways

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2 night mini cruise to Amsterdam(from Newcastle)-from only £47pp + £10 voucher to spend on board (book by 3rd August 2009 using booking code X0169

2 night mini cruise to Esbjerg(from Harwich)-from only £45 pp + £10 voucher to spend on board (book by 3rd August using booking code X0169)

website given is dfds.co.uk/mis…ion tel: 08718820887

Available on selected depatrures August and September. Prices based on 2 people sharing a 2 berth cabin. Subject to availability, Credit card and telephone booking fee apply. T&C's apply (at www.dfds.co.uk/terms)

I realise its 'from' and I havent looked myself but might help someone

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went to the deal and it went up in price for two persons £222.

Bring your own food if you do this "cruise" as it's very much Scandinavian pricing on board!

€5.80~€7.80 for a bloody coffee and a very underwhelming "world famous" buffet didn't impress me.

Nice enough ship though, cabin was clean and tidy - had a good time on the way back watching movies on my laptop - best part of the journey :thumbsup:

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Bring your own food if you do this "cruise" as it's very much … Bring your own food if you do this "cruise" as it's very much Scandinavian pricing on board!€5.80~€7.80 for a bloody coffee and a very underwhelming "world famous" buffet didn't impress me.Nice enough ship though, cabin was clean and tidy - had a good time on the way back watching movies on my laptop - best part of the journey :thumbsup:



Sounds a hoot.

Did get a price for two adults of £97 with a £68 cabin. Only from Newcastle though

how long do you actually get in amsterdam?

landofdan;5928146

how long do you actually get in amsterdam?



don't worry, im sure there'll be plenty of time for a dutch service :whistling:

9am - 5pmish

You have to watch these deals with great care , cheap prices are boosted dramatically by pricing for drinks , food etc .

Friend of mine went on a 14 day cruise to the Med , he was given a bill for nearly £90 per day for drinks , moderate consumption , plus compulsory tips for the staff !!!!

While the base price sounds okay...there are NO cheap cabins left...and you're paying a minimum £67 pp, and MUCH more in most cases!! ....A 2 course small steak meal is nearly £26 EACH!!!! Looks like you'll be paying through the nose for food...and the idea of taking your own food on board is just pathetic...who wants to worry about having to stock up at Tesco's ( or wherever ) due to on board prices, when the idea is to be having a relaxing break??

TBH, I'd rather pay a few quid more for a fly break than spend my time cooped up in a veal crate masquerading as an " inside cabin ".

Okay if you're really desperate to spend your time on a ferry ship with a few hours on land......

not voting either way since those who like this kind of break will ( hopefully ) enjoy it...but just seems like an expensive waste of money for minimal land time imho.:oops:

BorisTheSpider;5927832

Sounds a hoot.



I hope you realise there was a hefty does of sarcasm in the last part of my post ;-)

It's only a deal if you like spending enormous amounts of time on the ferry - seeing you'll only get a few hours in Amsterdam. It's not a very nice crossing if the sea is rough.
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