They will status match from other cruise lines' loyalty programs - or even hotels.
Umm would 97 days at sea do it??
you have to be very special !
How do you get a black card for these cruises????
Coming up at £1679 now if you try to book
Can't find that Barbados one at all
worst cruise line i have ever been on. cold.
Many thanks for the post. Just booked my wife and I and two other couples on the Genoa to Barbados cruise!
see you on board
Just to update everyone The prices have now dropped to £19 per person. not so happy as booked when they were £29 per person.
Flybe have 3 flights coming back on the 27th into Southampton.Two are priced at £74 and one at £81, through Skyscanner uk.
So has anyone booked to go on the trip?
Just above the £29'i' box is a drop-down called 'Select Your promotion'. There's a 'Short Break Package' option for £99 - but it says no more than that. You'll have to ring them if you want to know more I guess.
What's the cruise/fly/transfer deal please? can't find that one... x
Yes you have to pay extra for a sense of humour too. If you are genuinely looking for a 2 day cruise, to somewhere as opposed to the delightful no where, check the link for cruises from £50 France to Italy or barcalona to italy .
"drinks are extra" So no its not! Also not inclusive of flights to Durban. maybe a decent price if you just happen to be in Durban at the time, but I doubt many of us will be :(
So, what is it -- an extra £500 for the return airfare to Durban? For the joy of 2 nights in the Indian Ocean. I think I'll give it a miss.
Haha yes it is, drinks are extra. Its a real cruise... follow the link!
this all inclusive? lol
It's all food and accommodation and entertainment apart from anything to do with alcohol (!) massages etc and what they call fine dining. You pay for shore trips booked on board and it is possible to book drinks packages. I don't drink enough for one of these usually but may go for a wine package as it's not too much. A lot of people prefer to do trips from the dock as they're cheaper - good especially if there's a few of you. Not sure you'd get a full board stay anywhere for about £45 a night for the best room - and get to see other places too. This would be a good one to try it out - cheap as chips!!
That's some good going! I have never been on a cruise before, are the prices for all inclusive, including drinks and meals, I can't seem to find any details on the site.
Just looked on the website I booked mine - it may still be available http://www.cruisedeals.co.uk/fusion/displaycruises3.pl?sessionkey=01F1232C~F2F1t490F-91B1-7883D675F54D&resultkey=default&sortby=price I had to phone them to get an even better price - £399! for the balcony suite Good luck
Amazing price, but I can't book it, I must have missed my chance. Do you get these offers by email, or did you just found it by chance? I might sign up if they email you offers like this!
if you're quick you can have one each for £405 or £225 if you want an inside, about £315 for an oceanview
It comes to 930 because there are a limited number of cabins and they are the cheapest
no balcony cabins, but still pretty good deal heat added
Meh appears its £700 each inc 'free' Flights as its not on all bookings and £330 EACH. Had to battle though entering passport numbers to get that far. Will expire.
getting a DB error,, how do you add the free flights?
My mistake for the stray £750 comment, was fiddling mid post. removed. How are you getting £930?
Upgrade to a cabin far enough from the engine room but close enough to the lifeboats.
what ever floats your boat....... (mainly aimlessly with no power in pirate seas)
Regardless of whether you support and agree with the war, the vast majority of our service/support personnel are out there laying their lives on the line on a daily basis. I'm sure they dont all believe they should be there but they have to get on and do their jobs. I for one dont agree with our forces being there, but feel they deserve all the perks and recognition they are offered AND MORE
Love this, my husband is currently serving in the armed forces and they don't get the recognition they deserve - please don't say 'it's their job'. Shame we give more to students than the forces tho
Think harder, there are many more people out there such as Aid workers who prefer using food and clothing rather then weapons or medics who use equipment to save lifes rather then take life
Good point glad you said this unlike some who act like sheep and just blindly support 'our troops' despite them participating in an illegal war and killing thousands of innocents along the way... I see NONE whatsoever reason to believe that the troops being in Iraq or Afghanistan has made my life safer here in the UK, in fact its making it more of a risk to this country Wanna see what 'our heroes' did...Barbaric...certainly not isolated
Good point, well made.