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From London: 26 Night Christmas & New Year Caribbean & Mexico Cruise £1949pp, inc Tips and £250pp Onboard Spend @ Iglu
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Found 27th OctFound 27th Oct
Cruise and Maritime have some great offers on Christmas cruises, and this one seems particularly good. Leaving on 16th December from London Tilbury, it is a 26 night cruise, the i… Read more

Before booking I would find out when the ship was built, and go to cruisecritic.com to see the reviews. But one thing is true in the crusing world, you get what you pay for, so dont expect top notch food, entertainment, facilities, decor, etc
The OP should have posted the ship name really, in crusing the brand is all important! However Pand O and Fred Olson do attract an older clientele

rachelandgromit27th Oct

This ship holds 1250 passengers, I guess it just depends on what you want. …This ship holds 1250 passengers, I guess it just depends on what you want. I know some ships hold 5000+ passengers but I can only imagine the chaos in port locations when 5000+ passengers descend on some places - from one ship! Imagine if there was more than one ship visiting!



It works perfectly ok with the disembarkation as not everybody gets off at the same time, and people scatter very quickly

yozzman123429th Oct

But small ships are full of traditional older customers, who are stuck up …But small ships are full of traditional older customers, who are stuck up , rude snobs who think they are better than others .

Hope that chip on your shoulder doesn't weigh you down too much.

sayitasitis1 h, 44 m ago

Just the opposite in my view, traditional does not mean stuck up and old, …Just the opposite in my view, traditional does not mean stuck up and old, they have a mix of young and older clientele who have just as much fun, chavs and wannabes are not for everyone, been on a few Cruises and by far the worst people with attitude were the all inclusive drinks crowd on the 'latest' mega ship.


Ha ha Chavs !!!!!!! The cruises on royal Caribbean and celebrity we have done come with drinks packages but they cost £2800 per person for our balcony cabin . Never met a chav , we don't use P&O !!!! We have done one P&O and it was like Benidorm and butlins holiday . Full of chavs

Original Poster

Seriously for £756pp, less than £30pp a night for a Christmas and NY cruise next year I'm tempted!
From London: October 2017 46 Night No- Fly Cruise £1899pp @ Iglu
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I guess the price drop is due to the recent Hurricane, so I strongly suspect some of the stops may change, for example St Maarten which was hit particularly bad, but for less than … Read more

Burgmeister20 h, 7 m ago

You aren't being a dampener, you are expressing your personal opinion. …You aren't being a dampener, you are expressing your personal opinion. Obviously, inside cabins are less desirable than outside otherwise they wouldn't be the cheapest cabins on a ship. Usually though the price offered is such that enough people are prepared to purchase one.In my opinion I think that a cruise with this many sea days does lend itself to an inside cabin. After all, there isn't much to look at in the middle of the Atlantic especially at this time of year. Of course, if you would dread going to bed at night then an inside cabin is definitely not for you. But, logically, what would you be missing? An outside cabin at midnight doesn't have much of a view to look forward to either.

Bore off

flipper11817 h, 20 m ago

I hate to be a dampener, but I really cannot think of many things worse …I hate to be a dampener, but I really cannot think of many things worse than spending 46 days in an inside cabin, on a ship in the middle of the ocean, with no fresh air or window. Each to their own, and you would probably only end up sleeping in the cabin, but I'd dread going to bed every night.I've stayed in an inside room at the Britannia Hotel in Manchester for one night and that was more than enough



You aren't being a dampener, you are expressing your personal opinion. Obviously, inside cabins are less desirable than outside otherwise they wouldn't be the cheapest cabins on a ship. Usually though the price offered is such that enough people are prepared to purchase one.

In my opinion I think that a cruise with this many sea days does lend itself to an inside cabin. After all, there isn't much to look at in the middle of the Atlantic especially at this time of year.

Of course, if you would dread going to bed at night then an inside cabin is definitely not for you. But, logically, what would you be missing? An outside cabin at midnight doesn't have much of a view to look forward to either.
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Like to do it once! Think it would be a great adventure at sea

St. Maarten is due to reopen to cruise ships on 11th November. Tortola, on the other hand, has no confirmed reopening date and is likely to be out of action for some time.

Looking at the itinerary, there aren't that many ports directly affected by the recent hurricanes.

Interesting ports of call and a great price. Shame I don't have 46 nights going spare.

Done a few cruises, never had an inside cabin but certainly wouldn't be against the idea. I like it dark when I sleep so it would suit.
Edited by: "Burgmeister" 29th Sep
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RCCL Mediterranean Highlights from Southampton , 30th September 2017 - £734 @ Iglu Cruise
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Real rare bargain for RCCL Just about £50 pp per night for inside only though, On one of our favorite ships. if you don't mind that. We only go balcony, and not willing to pay thei… Read more

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Click > view all cabins - scroll down to Interior Stateroom > Q Deck 2 £734


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How do you get it for this price ?
14 Night Northern Lights Cruise just £675pp @ Iglu
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I've just had a flash sale email and this looks a bargain price for a Northern Lights Cruise, a good itinerary on an adults only ship too. Works out less than £50pp a night. Tippin… Read more

I just got off this ship today, it is probably the most luxurious and best week of my life. The food was so good, we paid the £17 extra a day for all inclusive drinks. We were half the average age but had such an amazing trip to Norway. It wasn't this route but I can't recommend this enough.

mikecml8 h, 56 m ago

Is there a cruise line where everything is actually included rather than …Is there a cruise line where everything is actually included rather than paying extra for this that and the other including tips



As coerce86 said, Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) have started to push their all-inclusive cruises.
I may be wrong, but I believe these don't sail from the UK (Tilbury, Southampton, etc.) so flights to and from a European port are required (but are included in the price).
Edited by: "WillieGophar" 22nd Sep

centurion2 h, 23 m ago

You can ask not to pay tips on most cruises. Just go to reception and they …You can ask not to pay tips on most cruises. Just go to reception and they cancel it off your bill. We just tip who we want to tip.


AnimalMagic813 h, 7 m ago

Yep just been on Thomsons and they make a point of telling you tips are …Yep just been on Thomsons and they make a point of telling you tips are included. You can purchase many different types of drink packages onboard of before you head out.


We paid Thompson tips to discover the staff are employed by an agency. Wonder who gets the tips?

You can ask not to pay tips on most cruises. Just go to reception and they cancel it off your bill. We just tip who we want to tip.

mikecml2 h, 8 m ago

Is there a cruise line where everything is actually included rather than …Is there a cruise line where everything is actually included rather than paying extra for this that and the other including tips


Norwegian is like that right now
From Southampton: August School Holidays Princess Norweigan Cruise £2164 for Family of 4 + £50 onboard spend  @ Iglu Cruise
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Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
This looks pretty decent for right in the middle of the school holidays, 11th August departing from Southampton to the gorgeous Norweigan fjords. I also think it's a great itinerar… Read more

Original Poster

For anyone worried about kids activities, there looks to be lots, I found this here.

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jkb681 m ago

Nothing on there for that price now


It is still there:

Look here

Nothing on there for that price now

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Dickster119 m ago

You're right, I don't know your kids!I wasn't on the cruise with our son …You're right, I don't know your kids!I wasn't on the cruise with our son as he was exploring Ghana! I spoke to an awful lot of parents who wished they'd cruised in the Med instead.We were on P&O Britannia and many of the kids were bored and frustrated that they couldn't use the pools as it was cold out. They just sat in the Hot Tubs for hours on end


Oh dear. I think it does depend on the cruise company too as P&O isn't very child friendly. By contrast I think Princess is. I also think this itinerary is quite good as there isn't too many at sea days but every family and their expectations are different.

mattgrant20 h, 46 m ago

You don't know my kids then. They love exploring new places. There is also …You don't know my kids then. They love exploring new places. There is also loads to do on the boat for them. Open you mind, you kids might well surprise you. The cruise was actually their idea (7 and 10 girls).


You're right, I don't know your kids!

I wasn't on the cruise with our son as he was exploring Ghana! I spoke to an awful lot of parents who wished they'd cruised in the Med instead.

We were on P&O Britannia and many of the kids were bored and frustrated that they couldn't use the pools as it was cold out. They just sat in the Hot Tubs for hours on end
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May 2018 Half-term cruise - £589 @ Iglu Cruise
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From Southampton - this seems like a good deal considering it's during school holidays. Royal Caribbean do tend to be geared up for families. Free parking, free wifi and free parki… Read more

Whist on a Thompson cruise a few weeks ago, we discovered the staff are agency, wonder did Thompson give them our tips?

Our next cruise is Dec 2017. 12 nights Mediterranean with P&O. Cost us £550. Thats about £46 a night. Cheaper than staying at home and the food and ports of call are great. If your following this thread and havnt been on a cruise have a look at these bargains. Tips are optional these days by the way. Just ask them to take them off your account. You can tip separately for those staff that earned it. We do both as" kevinyork" pointed out its the staffs wages. Celebrity and Royal Carribean are two of the best. Avoid MSC and Thompson unless you really want to experience "chavvy"


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For absolute luxury 9 night cruise with Cunard Queen Victoria £699 including flights to Rome.

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josephallen7 h, 25 m ago

Very chavvy on board though, unfortunately.


We've cruised 5 times with P&O. We enjoyed the cruises but the last one on P&O Britannia in School Holidays was as you say 'Chavvy'. Packed with unruly kids who ran up and down the corridors at all hours. We've also cruised with Royal Caribbean 5 times and are back onboard this weekend. Weve always found there is loads to do and any kids onboard seem to be fully occupied. Service is way ahead of P&O staff. Yes drinks are more expensive but a holiday isn't all about the cost of drinks. Luckily however we have had a free drinks package thrown in on all our recent Royal cruises. Finally, our cruise line of choice is Celebrity. Not so good for kids but more upscale and a more cosmopolitan mix of passengers and booking an outside cabin or above gets you a drinks package.

As for this deal, its a good price for half term but an uninspiring itinerary and can be had for £14 less here. I went off Iglu some time back when the adviser said to remove the tips from the on-board account to save money. Those tips are the staffs wages.
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johnnyd57uk7 h, 49 m ago

Best rate for beers and stuff (cost me £4.20 for a 600 ml btl pear cider …Best rate for beers and stuff (cost me £4.20 for a 600 ml btl pear cider ) is on P & O. Bottle of wine expensive tho but P&O dont stop you from bringing extra bottles of wine on board from ports of call. Virtually all other cruise operators will make you feel like a criminal if you try and take alcohol on board. They confiscate it and return to you at end of cruise. Bought 2 litres of spirits in Gibralter and returned to the P&O Ventura without a word said. P&O easily the best cruise line to go with, families included.

Very chavvy on board though, unfortunately.

AmaIng deal!
From London: August 2018 School Holiday Norweigan Fjordlands Cruise, cabin for 4 £349.75pp/£1399 @ Iglu Cruise
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This looks a great alternative to your normal school holiday deals, a Norweigan cruise. Great prices if you don't mind booking in advance. I've done a Norweigan cruise with this li… Read more

Just booked for 2018 - thank you for this. Would never have seen this deal - £1069 for the two of us on 24 August 2018. Thank you once again

Don't bother no good for kids!

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Keefcat

Sorry, I was looking at 2017 too!



I actually didn't realise myself either! Great if people want to book in advance and I think you can just do a deposit too.

ivrytwr3

I found it - my bad, i am looking for 2017, not 2018 as per your … I found it - my bad, i am looking for 2017, not 2018 as per your screenshot!! But great price!


Sorry, I was looking at 2017 too!

Not sure if this would help ivrytwr3 looking for 22nd July holiday -
https://www.onthebeach.co.uk/basket/review/951127837
22nd July to 29th July - London Luton to Mahon Menorca - staying at well rated Las Palmeras in S'Algar all inclusive - with taxi transfer and one bag - £2418 .51 ??
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From Harwich: Arctic & Greenland 21 Night Expedition Voyage 28th July 2018 Outside Cabin £1393pp @ Iglu
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This looks an unusually great value trip for July 2018 to some lovely places and is also ideal for those in teaching jobs etc as I believe it falls in half term (the ship is adults… Read more

If the itinery doesn't involve observing anything in a bikini then it's a no from me.

rachelandgromit

Saw some whales in Alaska, in particular in Juneau. The best was … Saw some whales in Alaska, in particular in Juneau. The best was Antarctica by far, lots of whales, several different breeds of penguins, birds, seals etc etc. The wildlife was truly amazing. Flocks of literally thousands of king penguins in South Georgia, it was exactly like something out of Frozen Planet.I don't have access to my pics at the moment, but this was exactly as it was.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1393379/King-Penguin-colony-South-Georgia-Stunning-pictures-worlds-largest-cr-che.htmlIf you can time your trip with the hatching season like we did, baby penguins are the cutest!



If you don't mind me asking how much did you pay for the Antarctica cruise? I'd love to go there

We cruised from Buenos Aires to Los Angeles last March including the Falklands. The wildlife was truly amazing. It definitely "makes" the cruise for me so just wondered about Greenland as it cuts out the long haul flights which my husband hates and is considerably cheaper than Alaska.

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kensington143

Whales - Orca especially. Birds. Anything really. The Alaskan cruises do … Whales - Orca especially. Birds. Anything really. The Alaskan cruises do tend to talk about wildlife sightings. I'm enjoying photography as a new hobby, so anything interesting I can capture in the lens!



Saw some whales in Alaska, in particular in Juneau. The best was Antarctica by far, lots of whales, several different breeds of penguins, birds, seals etc etc. The wildlife was truly amazing. Flocks of literally thousands of king penguins in South Georgia, it was exactly like something out of Frozen Planet.

I don't have access to my pics at the moment, but this was exactly as it was.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1393379/King-Penguin-colony-South-Georgia-Stunning-pictures-worlds-largest-cr-che.html

If you can time your trip with the hatching season like we did, baby penguins are the cutest!

Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 3rd Mar

Whales - Orca especially. Birds. Anything really. The Alaskan cruises do tend to talk about wildlife sightings. I'm enjoying photography as a new hobby, so anything interesting I can capture in the lens!
23 Night Pride of Panama & Atlantic Daydream Cruise £1169pp inside or £1239pp (fly from Birmingham) @ Iglu Cruise
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This appears to be a combination of two cruises, the Pride of Panama and the Atlantic Daydream but actually looks to be a pretty good itinerary with nice and evenly spaced out 'at … Read more

You've got to be careful tipping individuals. We were told that on p&o, anyone getting a tip has to put put it in the communal tip fund or else it's instant dismissal.

Not sure what your comment that 50 quid per person per day is high for tips is about - i was talking about the total cruise cost on a per day basis. Tips are usually on top (but not with Thomson), and seem to be approaching £10pppd these days some cruise lines. So a 25 day cruise for two could run up £500 in tips.

Thomson have dated ships with dated decor etc. And £50 pp pd for tips is way above the average for even the better cruise lines. Tips included sounds like a good deal but on most cruises you can tip who you want and how much you want. Of course they give you suggested amounts but it is entirely down to you how much you tip.

Be careful Thomsons is or you: 23 days is a long time in hell

We went with Thomson in December and loved it. It was our 1st cruise though so can't compare to other cruises although other, more experienced cruisers on board said they loved thomsons because they were much more laid back and informal than others. I'm sure this cruise was mentioned when we were on board as one to look out for as it's a repositioning cruise and they are usually good value?

grahamc2003

Great itinerary, great price but .... Thomson. We've been with most of … Great itinerary, great price but .... Thomson. We've been with most of the major cruise lines, and the only one we would never go with again is Thomson. They are bargain basement, with no sign of the luxury you would expect. Plenty seem to like them though, so it depends what you're after. Around £50pppn is about as cheap as you can get, but we get this price with traditional luxuryish cruise lines.


Totally agree, you get what you pay for! Would not be my choice.
IGLU Cruise- 10 Night Cruise to New York On-board Queen Elizabeth ( Cunard ) 7th Jan From Only £490
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Bargain cruise from Iglu.com - 10 nights from Southampton to New York 7th Jan 2017 on-board Queen Elizabeth ( Cunard ) from £490 ( inside cabin ) return flights included.

Wouldn't use Cunard , full of stuck up ****€rs

Insides from

£799 pp
£490 ?

Original Poster

Sorry guys - has been £490 all weekend, seems they have now sold out of all the £490 cabins

Cold !! It's £799 p.p. inside cabin.........................COLD!!

stormywhether

Where is the £490pp fare?



I thought the same thing. Yet its getting heat.
11 night Christmas fly cruise Northern Light Cruise dep 18 December + free 5/6 night cruise if the lights don't appear £1099 pp @ Iglu
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Bit of a niche this one. A Christmas Northern lights fly cruise departing on 18th December for 11 nights. It's with Hurtigruten and the same cruise direct is significantly more whe… Read more

Can you post a direct link? The current one redirects me to the homepage. Hope its still available

Love the look of this. Thanks for posting it

DCFC79

Whats the food like ? I see its 1 restaurant so do they cater for various … Whats the food like ? I see its 1 restaurant so do they cater for various tastes ?


We went on the Nordlys (Hurtigruten) but I think all their ships will be similar. Breakfast was help yourself - all sorts from cereal to meat, fish, fruit etc. Lunch was help yourself - several dishes to choose from and lots of sides, salads etc. Dinner was on a table with 6 others. Same table every night. Waiter service. Set menu - very good. If you have an allergy or something, just tell them when you book, or at the beginning and they will cater for you for dinner. Food was fantastic. Wines etc. expensive. Same price as on the mainland, but that is expensive.

Battery needs charging.

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jedthefrog

There's only around 3 hours of daylight in December … There's only around 3 hours of daylight in December remember..............but thought you were going to Vietnam?



I am indeed :-) hopefully warmer Christmas than it was in the Antarctic last year.
Reduced Again!! From Liverpool: 28 night 'no fly' cruise to Canada £1329pp @  iglu
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28 night cruise departing on 27th August 2016. Lovely time of year for Canada. Works out at just under £50pp per night and drink prices are fairly reasonable too on Cruise and Mari… Read more

Cheers OP, just booked

Chiptivo

SIngle White Male, heading towards middle age but mentally youthful. Job, … SIngle White Male, heading towards middle age but mentally youthful. Job, house, car, cat and no ties (Apart from the cat). Non Smoker, Non Gambler (on board casino) occasional drinker.



Me too - am 63, not past it , snore politely - young in spirit and young looking - haha - have too much to say for myself when sober. Non smoker, still alive and kicking.

Edited by: "sayitasitis" 14th Aug 2016

rachelandgromit

Of course I did.... I walked on water across the North Sea.


Liar, floating on spilt BP oil is not walking.

in the first 15 days, all the supply will be gone, so for the rest 13th you better bring your own snacks, and even so, you will be russianed roulette to be eaten."After 28 days"...sounds familiar?

sayitasitis

You made me smile - and we have not been formally introduced.




SIngle White Male, heading towards middle age but mentally youthful. Job, house, car, cat and no ties (Apart from the cat).
Non Smoker, Non Gambler (on board casino) occasional drinker.
From Hull: 35 Night Arctic Greenland, Iceland & Spitzbergen £1382pp @ Iglu Cruise
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For those that don't mind booking over a year in advance then this could be a great opportunity for a 35 night cruise next July especially if you don't want to fly. Visiting the Ar… Read more

lanc1979

​You should know, Yorkshire have been trying it for years


he talks a lot of turds to

toulousenessie

Just book and pay for a double cabin for 2 and just turn up. Pricing for … Just book and pay for a double cabin for 2 and just turn up. Pricing for singles are so unfair. I did this the other week with a hotel, it was cheaper for 2 to stay then pay for a single room



If anyone wants to pay for two I'm happy to tag along

Difficult to understand all the negative comments about Hull. Nothing remotely wrong with the place these days and most people who knock it haven't even been there. It's just a silly outdated cliché.

Infinitely better than London and the south east any day!

yorxman

& you can't polish a turd son



​You should know, Yorkshire have been trying it for years

Oh well, just tried booking but prices change to proper price on booking site. Worth a try though - cheers OP.

Edited by: "Ridgehead" 2nd Apr 2016
33 Night Cruise & Maritime Cruise £979 @ Iglu Cruise
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Seems a great deal for duration and for people who do not like to fly. Does mean quite a few days at sea obviously for translantic crossings. Of course tips are extra like all crui… Read more

Wow that's along time at sea,
What's the wifi connection like ? I may consider that next winter, I could work from home the week going out and week coming back , and so only 10-12 days holiday required
Pick up some smokes in Amsterdam on the way out, would make it more entertaining

Bargain. Hot.

Nice

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1234orange

Is this the regular price? Or a reduction?



It seems to be a special offer (probably as a late deal) not a regular price which is over £4K.
Edited by: "rachelandgromit" 16th Oct 2015

Is this the regular price? Or a reduction?
Cunard Queen Mary Southampton to New York £599 (5th Nov)
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Some early Christmas shopping in New York with a 7 night luxury cruise with food. Lovely way to relax and read a few books. You can add three extra nights in New York from £199 … Read more

Lol that thing is built like a tank! Even in August when we went a few years ago it still got choppy but she handled it no problem. We sailed Southampton to New York as cruising into New York at dawn is far more romantic and exciting than cruising into Southampton! :P

JohnnyL

Enjoy



And they all thought the were on holiday

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JohnnyL

Enjoy


Plenty of lifeboats

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show me your Cunard
Cunard Queen Mary  Transatlantic - Southampton to New York (£599)
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27th August - Cunard 8 nights Cruise to New York. •Ensuite stateroom accommodation •All meals and snacks onboard •24 hour room service •High Quality entertainment •Fitness Centre … Read more

Yes, had a great time.

Original Poster

How was this trip? Did anyone go on it?

interior staterooms for 599 sold out. balconies available from 699 which isnt bad incl flight' flights to birmingham manchester, london, glasgow. All but london have supplement PP

Watch out for icebergs!
Iglu Cruises -27 nights cruise  Nov 17th from £1249 pp, singles £1699, balcony £1499
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So this looks like a real bargain - a pre Xmas cruise to Mauritius, Reunion, Madagascar, the Maldives, Eilat Oman and Suez for 27 nights, transfers included Inside cabin is £124… Read more

Lymmit

Can't see where it says it's all inclusive...


Sorry. Full board. I don't drink so didn't give it a second thought.

Lymmit

Can't see where it says it's all inclusive...



Its not its full board and dont forget to factor in tips.

jamsammy99

Good price though for almost a month all inclusive. Are singles cabins … Good price though for almost a month all inclusive. Are singles cabins inside?



Can't see where it says it's all inclusive...
Edited by: "Lymmit" 30th Jul 2015

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jamsammy99

Good price though for almost a month all inclusive. Are singles cabins … Good price though for almost a month all inclusive. Are singles cabins inside?



Yes, they nearly always are, but then you only sleep, shower etc there, most of the time you're off the ship anyway

Good price though for almost a month all inclusive. Are singles cabins inside?
Norweigan Epic - 7 Night All Inclusive (Ultimate Beverages Package) Med Cruise, Various Departures In Nov (Flights Included From Gatwick) - £599.00 (Balcony Cabin) £1198.00 @ Iglu Cruises
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Booking balcony staterooms and drinks packages usually adds large premiums to the price of cruises. But this 7-night Mediterranean sailing from Iglu Cruise includes both, plus flig… Read more

kay9

is this prise for two peepls



We've got lumps of it 'round the back!

Adaptcom

A beautiful ship if you have never been on her.



If you have been on her do you change your opinion?

kay9

is this prise for two peepls



Per person, so £1198 for 2.

is this prise for two peepls

hot hot hot
MSC Armonia - 7 Night Italy/Spain/Malta Cruise Departs 5th Sept (Flights with British Airways Inc) - £479 PP (Single Cabin) @ Iglu Cruises
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It can be expensive travelling alone when you take into account the single occupancy supplement, so I thought this looked like an excellent deal for solo travellers. MSC Armonia -… Read more

always good to see deals for singles =)

gamingmedic

Single room, will be able to keep the missus seperate!!!! Just kidding … Single room, will be able to keep the missus seperate!!!! Just kidding I'm single and lonely


Don't be lonely. You're among a lot of friends here on HUKD.

gamingmedic

Single room, will be able to keep the missus seperate!!!! Just kidding … Single room, will be able to keep the missus seperate!!!! Just kidding I'm single and lonely



lol. I wish I were single whenever I stay indoors xD

Single room, will be able to keep the missus seperate!!!!

Just kidding I'm single and lonely

Single cabin, heat!
1 night cruise £29 @ iglucruise ~ Anyone travelling up north May school holidays?
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Tilbury ~ Newcastle Includes en suite room, all meals & entertainment Marco Polo 24th May Cheaper than the train! Think there is an option to get a coach back for extra cost. … Read more

Unclegeorge

Went on a 3 day one once never again, took 3 weeks to get rid of the old … Went on a 3 day one once never again, took 3 weeks to get rid of the old people smell off us


How nasty....you are a disgrace to your youth. Thank God not all young people are like you. You need reporting!

Thank God not ALL young people are not discriminating. Those who have posted nasty comments are a disgrace to their youth and should be reported!

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gumbald

A night in the North Sea on a 50 year old Russian ship? I'll save my £29 … A night in the North Sea on a 50 year old Russian ship? I'll save my £29 and walk there.

On 6 July 2009 Marco Polo called at Invergordon, Easter Ross, Scotland on … On 6 July 2009 Marco Polo called at Invergordon, Easter Ross, Scotland on a cruise outbound from Tilbury in Essex. During a health inspection by the local port health officials up to 150 passengers were discovered to have been infected with what was presumed to be norovirus. The number of infected passengers and crew subsequently rose to 400. Also on 6 July a 74-year-old passenger died of a heart attack on board the ship.



Don't think we can blame the ship or company for somebody having a heart attack lol.....these old ppl cruises always end with at least one person dead!

Unclegeorge

Went on a 3 day one once never again, took 3 weeks to get rid of the old … Went on a 3 day one once never again, took 3 weeks to get rid of the old people smell off us


gumbald

A night in the North Sea on a 50 year old Russian ship? I'll save my £29 … A night in the North Sea on a 50 year old Russian ship? I'll save my £29 and walk there.



I see what you mean.... oO

On 6 July 2009 Marco Polo called at Invergordon, Easter Ross, Scotland on … On 6 July 2009 Marco Polo called at Invergordon, Easter Ross, Scotland on a cruise outbound from Tilbury in Essex. During a health inspection by the local port health officials up to 150 passengers were discovered to have been infected with what was presumed to be norovirus. The number of infected passengers and crew subsequently rose to 400. Also on 6 July a 74-year-old passenger died of a heart attack on board the ship.



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