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Round the World (Lisbon / San Fran' / Hawaii / Sydney / Singapore + a 21 All Inclusive night cruise from Singapore to Italy) £1133 @ Various
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Round the World (Lisbon / San Fran' / Hawaii / Sydney / Singapore + a 21 All Inclusive night cruise from Singapore to Italy) £1133 @ Various

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Posted 13th Jul

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

This looks like an amazing price, I would book if I could get the time off February departure.

1) Book London to Lisbon & Lisbon to San Francisco, to do this use the "Multi-City" option on Skyscanner. Enter London to Lisbon for the first trip and enter the 29th February as the date and add Lisbon to San Francisco for the second trip and enter the 2nd March for the date.
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2) Book San Jose to Hawaii (3rd March 2020). Please note you will need to make your own way from San Francisco to San Jose (Taxi / Uber / Coach / Bus etc...). You have 1 day to see as much as San Francisco as possible!

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3) Book Hawaii to Sydney (7th March 2020)

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4) Book Sydney to Singapore (16th March 2020)
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5) Book your cruise. 21 nights from Singapore to Savona (all inclusive) - £588.08 each. Use the Google Translate plugin to aid the booking process! Destinations in Malaysia, India, Oman, Greece and Italy are all visited during the cruise The cruise departs on the 19th March and arrives on Apr 9th


6) Make your own way (taxi / bus / uber / coach) from Savona to Genoa and book your flight back to London with BA (£54) Apr 13th.

Credit to Fly4Free for a lot of this info
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welshtony9913/07/2019 23:30

Out of interest generally, are there any sites that focus on relocation …Out of interest generally, are there any sites that focus on relocation cruises?


The best place to easily find all cruise info with a really easy search is vacationstogo dot com. This is a US based phone site but gives a good indication of the cheap prices available. (I know people who have used it to, but the biggest discounts tend to be for US citizens). I have tended to book with vivavoyage dot co dot uk, buy they recently changed their site to be impossible to to use from a tablet.

My most recent book was with cruise-circle dot co dot uk. They currently seem to be the cheapest UK site and have a reasonable search.

One more you can use is the US based iCruise which has a reasonable app to.

All of them allow you to search relocations but sometimes they miss some. The best way to find everything is to use vacationstogo for say all cruises 14+ days (or 21+days in my case often) for the dates you might want to go and it lists everything instantly divided by region/type (ie relocation). It definitely has the best search by far. If you find one of interest just search that specific cruise on cruise-circle and vivavoyage for the more likely British price.

It can even be worth using a VPN to obtain different prices for different regions.
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Costa cruise not such a bargain when you read that.... lifeboats not included
Sounds great, was tempted to book as I am in Hong Kong and to get to Singapore is easy, but then I read the reviews. "Wine running out 5 days before trip finished" , "foods cold or warm never hot and at the end of the cruise you will be hit with a 200 euro service charge."
would your time and effort not be better spent getting paid by sister website holidaypirates?/ reindeer?/
Great deal, shows how cheaply you can go around the world. Relocation cruises are great and as shown here can be really cheap.
sunkissed13/07/2019 18:19

Sounds great, was tempted to book as I am in Hong Kong and to get to …Sounds great, was tempted to book as I am in Hong Kong and to get to Singapore is easy, but then I read the reviews. "Wine running out 5 days before trip finished" , "foods cold or warm never hot and at the end of the cruise you will be hit with a 200 euro service charge."


Costa are good as a cruise company, done them twice Marseille-Mauritius for 26 nights and Barcelona-Rio for 18 nights I think, both were good.

You will need an India Visa if from the UK.
Yes
Out of interest generally, are there any sites that focus on relocation cruises?
Superb price!
peakbear13/07/2019 21:54

Costa are good as a cruise company, done them twice Marseille-Mauritius …Costa are good as a cruise company, done them twice Marseille-Mauritius for 26 nights and Barcelona-Rio for 18 nights I think, both were good.You will need an India Visa if from the UK.


You can get visa on arrival for India
Looks good.
The cruise is only full board, its an extra £1200 for all inclusive
Thanks
welshtony9913/07/2019 23:30

Out of interest generally, are there any sites that focus on relocation …Out of interest generally, are there any sites that focus on relocation cruises?


The best place to easily find all cruise info with a really easy search is vacationstogo dot com. This is a US based phone site but gives a good indication of the cheap prices available. (I know people who have used it to, but the biggest discounts tend to be for US citizens). I have tended to book with vivavoyage dot co dot uk, buy they recently changed their site to be impossible to to use from a tablet.

My most recent book was with cruise-circle dot co dot uk. They currently seem to be the cheapest UK site and have a reasonable search.

One more you can use is the US based iCruise which has a reasonable app to.

All of them allow you to search relocations but sometimes they miss some. The best way to find everything is to use vacationstogo for say all cruises 14+ days (or 21+days in my case often) for the dates you might want to go and it lists everything instantly divided by region/type (ie relocation). It definitely has the best search by far. If you find one of interest just search that specific cruise on cruise-circle and vivavoyage for the more likely British price.

It can even be worth using a VPN to obtain different prices for different regions.
pavanto14/07/2019 09:05

You can get visa on arrival for India


Are you sure that is true for a cruise passenger. My quick search now found a Telegraph article from 2018 that implies that isn't the case. If you mean an eVisa that still needs to be done in advabce doesn't it?
peakbear14/07/2019 16:28

Are you sure that is true for a cruise passenger. My quick search now …Are you sure that is true for a cruise passenger. My quick search now found a Telegraph article from 2018 that implies that isn't the case. If you mean an eVisa that still needs to be done in advabce doesn't it?


My bad. You are right. It's only at some of the international airports.
pavanto14/07/2019 09:05

You can get visa on arrival for India


I got the indian visa for my cruise that stopped for a few hours in two indian ports, it was expensive, painful, and I would never do it again....

Make sure you sort it out well in advance and factor in the costs to the total cruise price.

It is a punitive system that the Indian goverment has put in place in order to inconvenience British citizens to the same extent that Indian citizens perceive the British governments extensive security checks on Indian citizens to be.... forgetting the fact that their is far less chance that a British citizen is going overstay his Visa or commit a terrorist attack whilst he is visiting.... in fact two half days was enough for me thanks!

My Spanish better half, on the other hand, paid less than half of what I had to and she had a very quick response with everything done through the post, no pointless visits to check your identity....
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pavanto14/07/2019 09:05

You can get visa on arrival for India


£100 for indian tourist visa gives you multiple entries.
Lexeus15/07/2019 16:08

I got the indian visa for my cruise that stopped for a few hours in two …I got the indian visa for my cruise that stopped for a few hours in two indian ports, it was expensive, painful, and I would never do it again....Make sure you sort it out well in advance and factor in the costs to the total cruise price.It is a punitive system that the Indian goverment has put in place in order to inconvenience British citizens to the same extent that Indian citizens perceive the British governments extensive security checks on Indian citizens to be.... forgetting the fact that their is far less chance that a British citizen is going overstay his Visa or commit a terrorist attack whilst he is visiting.... in fact two half days was enough for me thanks! My Spanish better half, on the other hand, paid less than half of what I had to and she had a very quick response with everything done through the post, no pointless visits to check your identity....


Extensive checks on Indians justified because they are more likely to be terrorists? Is that how I should interpret your post?
Rudz18/07/2019 07:34

Extensive checks on Indians justified because they are more likely to be …Extensive checks on Indians justified because they are more likely to be terrorists? Is that how I should interpret your post?


Oh god here we go again
Lexeus15/07/2019 16:08

I got the indian visa for my cruise that stopped for a few hours in two …I got the indian visa for my cruise that stopped for a few hours in two indian ports, it was expensive, painful, and I would never do it again....Make sure you sort it out well in advance and factor in the costs to the total cruise price.It is a punitive system that the Indian goverment has put in place in order to inconvenience British citizens to the same extent that Indian citizens perceive the British governments extensive security checks on Indian citizens to be.... forgetting the fact that their is far less chance that a British citizen is going overstay his Visa or commit a terrorist attack whilst he is visiting.... in fact two half days was enough for me thanks! My Spanish better half, on the other hand, paid less than half of what I had to and she had a very quick response with everything done through the post, no pointless visits to check your identity....


My Indian eVisa recently didn't involve any identity checks and response was rapid. Form was a bit confusing if you've never done it before as a few questions are worded ambiguously but it was as easy as getting a visa for anywhere else, if not easier.
Are you British? Or are you in fact from a group the Indian government consider high risk of "overstay (your) visa or commit a terrorist attack"

Also... you mean "there"
Only 3 days in Hawaii, pointless even going
21 night all inclusive.. Would need another month off after that for rehab
pavanto14/07/2019 09:05

You can get visa on arrival for India



I don't believe this to be true, normally for UK citizens you need an E-visa which has to be applied for in the UK.
I know from Russia you can get a visa at the airport.

Check before travelling!
Woow would love to but thats 1 month and a half of travelling !!! Lucky if you can take that much in one go. Its also good for retired couples I guess or people that work at home.
billybonglow:
would your time and effort not be better spent getting paid by sister website holidaypirates?/ reindeer?/

I suspect not and it's not a sister site of HUKD any longer I believe. Having worked for Holiday Pirates the demands were too much for the pay and being pushed to promote particular companies and deals.

As reindeer mentioned a lot of this info from this post came from Fly4Free and at holiday pirates they already repeat a lot of content from Fly4Free and other well know flight and travel deal sites anyway.

Back to this deal, it's worth keeping an eye on Pullmatur as they also have often cheap repositioning cruises that can be combined with some good flight deals for DIY itineraries.

And I'd agree with someone who said spend longer in Hawaii and head away from Honolulu to some of the other islands.
Cruise is full board, not all inclusive?
TheCarefrees18/07/2019 09:15

21 night all inclusive.. Would need another month off after that for rehab


Eh, Cruising for 21 nights is the most relaxing way by far you can cover Singapore to Italy.
Lexeus13/07/2019 18:05

Costa cruise not such a bargain when you read that.... lifeboats not …Costa cruise not such a bargain when you read that.... lifeboats not included


Yeah and the quickest way from Singapore to Italy by ship is via the gulf of aidan and the suez canal. So if the pissed up Italian captain doesn't sink the boat. There is a distinct possibility you might get attacked by Somalian pirates or blown up by a stray Saudi missile (made in Britain though, so its targeting will be off :)) that's missed Yemen sounds great
billybonglow13/07/2019 19:48

would your time and effort not be better spent getting paid by sister …would your time and effort not be better spent getting paid by sister website holidaypirates?/ reindeer?/


I wonder whether this reindeer profile is perhaps already paid/in the Tavel industry?
peakbear18/07/2019 19:01

Eh, Cruising for 21 nights is the most relaxing way by far you can cover …Eh, Cruising for 21 nights is the most relaxing way by far you can cover Singapore to Italy.


it has a bad rep
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Anyone has travelled on this particular ship?

There seems to be mixed reviews about the ship even though it seems to have been refurbished in December 2018!
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