New York Cruise departing Southampton - 10 Nights Full Board + 2 Nights at the Hilton in Times Square + Return Flight £899 was £1328 - Save 32% @ gogroupe
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New York Cruise departing Southampton - 10 Nights Full Board + 2 Nights at the Hilton in Times Square + Return Flight £899 was £1328 - Save 32% @ gogroupe

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Found 26th Jul 2017
Super Deal!

Depart Southampton the 7th of January 2018 for a 10 Night Full Board Cruise on the Cunard Queen Elizabeth, choose from an inside, outside or balcony cabin
cunard.co.uk/cru…th/

Loads to do on board a real luxury cruise ship

Spend a day in Hamilton, Bermuda to explore the city

Then when you arrive in NYC you have 2 nights at the Double tree by Hilton in Times square

Then direct flights back to London

Just looked on the Cunard website the cheapest you can get this cruise is £1099 but it doesn't look like the New York hotel stay is included in that price

I agree £900 is a lot of money but this looks like amazing value

Will post pictures in the comments

Enjoy
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Titanic deal!!! NYC in Jan is freezing.....
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Titanic deal!!! NYC in Jan is freezing.....
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hugh_jorgans

Titanic deal!!! NYC in Jan is freezing.....


We have a winner! haha I knew someone would comment with a reference, don't worry the doors look big enough for two... poor leo!
LynnePlumb41

We have a winner! haha I knew someone would comment with a reference, … We have a winner! haha I knew someone would comment with a reference, don't worry the doors look big enough for two... poor leo!


When it is bad, mental imprint is so strong for these people they struggle in their entire life to rid of all the bad stuff stuffed in their heads.
hugh_jorgans

Titanic deal!!! NYC in Jan is freezing.....


January is typically the coldest month of the year in New York City. Being in a city full of tall buildings can make the wind feel colder and stronger than normal, so be sure to pack appropriately for the weather.
Average High: 36°F (4°C)
Average Low: 26°F (-3°C)
Edited by: "a6unx" 26th Jul 2017
January crossing the Atlantic you need a tummy of steel, I am OK but last time on the QE2 I was one of about 30 that made it to dinner on the second night

£90 per night full board is exceptional value each dinner you have would normally cost this
Edited by: "sew1091" 26th Jul 2017
Nice ship, but a very boring journey. Not for me.
Steve12051 h, 9 m ago

Nice ship, but a very boring journey. Not for me.


It's not a ferry you know, there's lots to do all day and night. Anyone who gets bored on a Cunard cruise must want to. In fact, sea days can be better than days in port.

I agree with the general sentiment. It's not the best route in the middle of winter, but then again it's very cheap for a Cunard cruise, so hot from me.

If anyone goes on it, make sure to buy a future cruise deposit, then the next ten day cruise will earn you $300 each on board credit. And if you're a shareholder, there's also another $100. So $700, which buys quite a few drinks, even at their high prices (+10% tip). Don't forget the tips too, which work out about $240 for two for this cruise.
as I have experienced, the weather is very bad across the Atlantic specially that time of the year. when I went with my family, for the first 3 days we were even allowed to go outside on the decks, and even though the weather improved a bit but it was high wind and rain all the way and we even arrived 8 hours late to NY.
just saying so be prepared.
So will this be £899 for a single traveller?
they also had Oct for the same price as well on cruise nation ...
Wait so it's pretty much 8 days on a boat...waiting to get to New York? **** hell, I know we like to wait patiently but this takes the ****.
yozzer200626th Jul

So will this be £899 for a single traveller?


Given it's 10 nights I think this is a safe assumption!
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