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Costa Dubai UAE FROM Savona (Italy) 21 day cruise - £659 @ Costa Cruises
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Posted 30th Oct 2019Posted 30th Oct 2019
Costa Dubai UAE FROM Savona (Italy) 21 day cruise - £659 @ Costa Cruises£659£1,63860% off
Costa seems to be running last minute promotion on the above cruise at extremely cheap prices. £659 Inside based on twin sharing (under £330 per person for 21 days). Similarly ex… Read more
peakbear

Totally agree having sailed all 4 of those I would put Costa at the top. I have probably like Holland America the best. 330 a person is an amazing deal. The Gulf seems oversupplied with boats atvthe moment, especially people are probably avoiding it a bit more than normal currently.

Big_Boy

pirates paradise

aca03mk

Good to learn as I am having a cruise for a group of 100 with them in Jan!

Lauranne

I’ve been on seven cruises with Costa, I’ve had no issues at all. You have to understand that culturally it’s different as so so many Italians and Germans but as for the cruise itself, the food etc. no problems with them. I’ve also cruised with MSC, P&O and Royal Caribbean and I’d rate Costa over all of them

aca03mk

Corrected the typo. Thanks for bringing it up!

Visit Luxembourg, Marseille & Rio de Janeiro including a 17 night all Inclusive cruise from Rio to Marseille £509 @ Costa Cruises / Tap Air
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Posted 2nd Mar 2019Posted 2nd Mar 2019
Visit Luxembourg, Marseille & Rio de Janeiro including a 17 night all Inclusive cruise from Rio to Marseille £509 @ Costa Cruises / Tap Air£509£56610% off
A bit of a random deal here, but this could be an excellent deal for some and provides a fantastic opportunity to visit several cities and includes a 17 day all inclusive cruise! A… Read more
Smartguy1

My other half works in a school and wonders why we don't go away as much as we should. If only I could go on my own and take advantage of offers like this.

traceykins

Great deal, and I love the itinerary that costa do, not as posh as p&o and some other cruises but excellent value for money and some beautiful places to visit

dukedog

Thats the trouble with cruises, the price you see isnt the price you end up paying, tips, drink packages. Some cruiselines are now showing the all in price eg NCL and Marella

jaffajoe

Costa cruise ships do not have self service laundry. You can pay to have your laundry done but at high prices. i have done this cruise, and it is great fun. Brazilian laws state that any cruise sailing from Brazil must have a certain percentage of Brazilian crew, and they know how to party! I have also sailed on this ship, and she is glitzy. Costa is not renowned for their food - just so you know. If you can afford to upgrade to a balcony do so, and don't worry about being bored on the transatlantic section. Their is plenty going on, and if you are lucky like we were, the Atlantic was like a millpond and sunshine in the 80s

peakbear

Don't bother drinking on the ship as the bars tend to be pretty soulless. Just go for a drink at the end of your port days if you feel like it. Brazil has pretty cheap beer in the many beack shacks you should find.

Bit of a random one! November 2019 25 Night Costa Cruise from Italy to Singapore just £709pp @ Costa Cruise
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Posted 28th Jul 2018Posted 28th Jul 2018
Bit of a random one! November 2019 25 Night Costa Cruise from Italy to Singapore just £709pp @ Costa Cruise£709
This is an odd one really. A 25 night cruise from Italy to Singapore with Costa. Obviously you'll need to add on flights so if you are a frequent flyer and have Avios/BA for your … Read more
spock1958

Even with an amicable discussion (amazingly nobody has insulted anyone, as is usually the case) the comments made by some people are very loaded and typify what is wrong with the tipping culture. A reasonable argument is spoiled by comments such as: "If you want to be a Scrooge . . . . ", ". . . if you want to be as mean as that. . ." and so on. What you are doing is telling people they are wrong in a round about way and dismissing their opinion according to your own standards. I have become very aware of a backlash against tipping particularly in poor countries, where a single tip can amount to more than a week's wages. This skews the local economy and puts unfair pressure on those who do not do the type of job where tipping is common, and creates a situation where everyone wants to do this type of job rather than do a real job (i.e. a necessary one). Then there is the problem I hear more and more about customers on all-inclusive holidays being snubbed by bar staff who don't hand them a tip on every drink serving despite the fact that no money should be changing hands. In reality, most countries I have visited never initially had a tipping culture but thanks to our friends from the USA, it has been introduced to them, and it goes through the stage of acceptable-encouraged-compulsory-bullying. Despite the best interests of those who say tipping is a personal thing, it just doesn't work like that, and there are enough greedy and hard faced people around who will make people uncomfortable for those who do not hand over extra cash. I appreciate this is a topic about cruises, and that's where the problem lies, because if I am on land and I don't want to tip, then I can go elsewhere, but on a cruise I don't have a choice. Yes, I can opt of of the 'compulsory' tipping if I want, but then we hear of incidents of the list of opt-outers posted on the staff notice board to give a free for all to give problems to those customers. I'm not saying this is the norm, but I really don't want to take the risk that this may happen on my expensive holiday. If the correct price for the trip was charged in the first place, all these problems would go away. As far as I am concerned I cannot be the guardian for the low paid staff. It is 100% the fault of their employers that they are low paid, but tipping gives employers carte blanche to continue the low pay culture . If they do their job well, they will be appreciated verbally, and that should be sufficient. I've even heard of people being expected to tip ship's officers and the captain in these extra charges. No way are they going to be poor.

jet2810

Bring your own lifeboat.....

Rokjit

https://www.logitravel.co.uk/cruises/transatlantic/from-marseille/costa-pacifica/marseille-to-rio-de-janeiro-26480657.html £359

JDUK2020

Spot on. No way we can change an industry. These workers are virtually always from poor countries and get paid a pittance.75P an hour. If you want to be a Scrooge dont go on Cruises. If you do go, dont treat these unfortunate staff as your skivvies.

tiggertigger

Totally agree with you OP, well said.

Costa Magica, 11 night Cruise, September (Cruise Only) Itinerary -  Italy, France, Morrocco, Portugal and Spain  £399.00 @ Costa Cruises
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Posted 28th Jun 2015Posted 28th Jun 2015
Costa Magica, 11 night Cruise, September (Cruise Only) Itinerary - Italy, France, Morrocco, Portugal and Spain £399.00 @ Costa Cruises£399
11 Night Cruise from Savona Italy £399.00 (Cruise only) Including return transfers from Nice provided by Costa this works out at £435.00 per person. We bundled with Liverpool fli… Read more
Genericusername123232

This is not true, I have been to over well over 100 ports on cruises and have only taken the ships tours a handful of times. Occasionally I get tours in the port but mainly we just jump on public transport/taxi's and go it alone, sometimes spending only a few pounds each to sample a new country/city. It well worth doing your research before you do this to make things easier however tours are not essential in most ports.

amzzzzyyyy

Comment Haha ok , would u say travel sickness happens if you travel less thats y ? Even in a car

LesD

Unless you want to sit in your cabin all day, you need to budget the same amount again for tours!

twinkle

More than you would expect even with all the stabilising systems in place...could be psychological....would be for me I think. Probably more sick with the bugs that seem to affect cruise liners.

WillieGallimore

A good deal but remember Morocco is a Muslim country and as such: The Moroccan authorities have warned of an increased threat linked to the growing number of Moroccans belonging to international terrorist organisations operating in Syria and Iraq. As a result, increased security measures, including additional security personnel may be visible in certain areas. Attacks could be indiscriminate, including in places frequented by foreigners. You should take sensible safety precautions and maintain a high level of vigilance at all times. In April 2011, 17 people were killed and 25 injured in a large explosion in Marrakech at the Argana Restaurant in Jema el Fna Square. There is considered to be a heightened threat of terrorist attack globally against UK interests and British nationals, from groups or individuals motivated by the conflict in Iraq and Syria. You should be vigilant at this time

Costa Cruise Dubai  7 nights (one way) - £149
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Posted 21st Jan 2015Posted 21st Jan 2015
Costa Cruise Dubai 7 nights (one way) - £149£149
Great deal on a Dubai cruise. Combine it with the Dubai return flights deal at £295 and you have a fly cruise winter sun deal for under £450: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dub… Read more
sunriser

Great tips wavecrest, well done on bargaining so hard. Went on this cruise a few days before your post and missed the tips on Muscat, ended up paying more for a taxi. Overall we enjoyed the cruise, stayed a few extra days in Dubai and used the metro to get around everywhere.

wavecrest1

I was on this exact cruise at Christmas. It's a few quid chaper on VivaVoyage. Don't expect the full blown luxury cruise experience. It's cheap and it is what it is. I did a review on CruiseCritic: http://www.cruisecritic.co.uk/memberreviews/memberreview.cfm?EntryID=270084 In terms of excursions: Muscat: Walk beyond the taxis at the port to the Souk (Market) -takes about 5 minutes. Find a good english speaking taxi driver. 10 Euros per hour. They take you to all the sights in 4-5 hours. Even to the hot springs in the mountains, the big new ShangriLa resort, the diplomatic area, the Opera House, the beaches as well as the usual stuff that you get on the Costa tour like the Royal Palace, Old fort, etc... On the second day in Muscat we went to the beach near the opera house which has great sand, clear waters and is largely diserted but for a few expats. It's has a Starbucks, Subway etc right beside it. There's even a supermarket that sells IrnBru of all things... Bikinis OK. Khasab: Forget about the town - Right beside the dock, you can get a Dhow that'll take you to the Fjords, go dolphin watching and even a bit of snorkling. Takes about 5 hours and they serve fruit, saffron tea, arab coffee, bottled water and soft drinks in the basic price. Haggle down to 10-15 Euros - We paid 50 for 4 of us- all-in. It was surprisingly good. Exactly the same tour sold by Costa is EUR79 each. AbuDhabi: Jump in a taxi and do your own thing. The grand mosque is the must see attraction. Don't believe the Costa hype about dressing appropriate. The mosque will lend you the right clothing. Other things are Ferrari World, the various malls, YazWaterWorld, the MotorCircuit, the Marina etc. Taxis are cheap at £12 to the Mosque from the port. Dubai: Again, Jump in a taxi and do your own thing. If you plan to go to the Burj-Khalifa, book online before you leave. They fleece tourists who just turn up. Sunset and Dawn are the best times. Same book online advice applies to Atlantis WaterWorld. Taxis charge 20AED to pick up at the Port plus the usual metered fare. It's 90AED to the Airport and about the same to Atlantis Palm Waterworld. Dubai Mall is 40AED (10AED is £1.80) One last tip: You sometimes get a better flight deal by flying into AbuDhabi and out of Dubai, especially if you book with AF/KLM. In most cases, the flight will be on Etihad which give a free 1 hour bus trip to Dubai. We only paid £296 over Christmas

trizinger28

eh?

les1938

Might have gone on a cruise but we haven't got a cat. Ah well.

albie1

Not with Costa - their's is compulsory

1 Week Middle East Cruise from £169.00 various dates @ Costa Cruises
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Posted 11th Nov 2014Posted 11th Nov 2014
1 Week Middle East Cruise from £169.00 various dates @ Costa Cruises£169
Just booked this great deal today, available various dates through January and one in February. Overnight stops in Dubai, Abu Dhabi as well as stops in Bahrain and Oman. 1 week … Read more
OVERSIER

After 3 years of waiting in the funking list that is...

Navcity

Are you a complete moron? It is one of the most luxurious destinations in the world. Ive stayed at the Chedi and travelled there 5 or 6 times and there is no where more luxurious.

twister777

Not to mention there is a much greater possibility of you getting recruited by ISIS down in Birmingham than Oman. For now, stick to your own backyard rather mate.

matty9815

Comment I take it you have been there then? I used to live in Muscat, and Oman is a beautiful country. Amazing beaches and scenery, but I guess you already know that...!

Proveright

"newly refurbished " "Bundle with some flights from Qatar airways approx.." Does it fly as well as roll over when you get near land and remember Captain first when you abandon ship ?

9 Night Cruise Holiday with Flights, Hotels (days before and after cruise) 7 day Med Cruise around France, Baleric Islands, Tunisia & Italy  @ Costa Cruises (including flights from London) = Total Price per Couple £750.96 (£375.48pp)
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9 Night Cruise Holiday with Flights, Hotels (days before and after cruise) 7 day Med Cruise around France, Baleric Islands, Tunisia & Italy @ Costa Cruises (including flights from London) = Total Price per Couple £750.96 (£375.48pp)£750.96
Ok I have put this together but obviously if you are not happy with any element you can play around but you can use this as a guide :) Total of 9 Nights including Flights, Hotels … Read more
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getmore4less

Good deal, people that cruise know the extras and where the value is. For 7 days you can manage with hand luggage if you pack carefully, £50pppd is good with flights for a cruise this does that with a bit to spare

deleted26681

well I just gave you some heat :) you have a nice weekend too xx

AwaisRazaq

Hey I would like to enquire about me and a friend who finish exams on may the 28th and from 29th may to 20th June would like to go on a holiday with a warm beach or a cruise one for upto £400 each. Possibly 7 to 10 nights. If you know any good offers for us two do let me know.. Thank you :)

siadwel

Stacey, you do some awesome work on here, it's only because of you that I am now looking at putting a holiday together based around one of your flight recommendations and for that I thank you, but if you don't add luggage and connections and service charges that are required to fulfill this holiday then you will be pulled up on it, it is only fair to everyone. There are some of us pointing out the fact that it will actually cost more than it says in the title, because we think we are helping the people who shall we say cannot grasp the full facts, and get slated for it. Anyway, have a great weekend and don't take things so personal <3 BTW, what IS sad is that I posted a deal OVER 2 WEEKS AGO to HELP people on here that has gone down since yesterday merely because I chose to comment on this post. THEY are the people who shouldn't be on this board, it doesn't bother me if it's hot or cold but some people may now miss out on saving £100 on a Canon camera because of them. It is very sad how bitter and twisted some people are.

Askrulous

DId another costa cruise, but they're all the same, loud and colourful with good food. Personally wouldn't do it again, but I'm sure others will love it, like my family did.

11 days Cruise Greece, Turkey, Malta, France @ CostaCruise @ £399
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Posted 19th Mar 2014Posted 19th Mar 2014
11 days Cruise Greece, Turkey, Malta, France @ CostaCruise @ £399£399
Have been on a similar Cruise on CostaCruise and found to be very much interesting, good food, lot of entertainment. Departure Port: Savona (Italy) Start Date: 28th March 2014 Num… Read more
leopraveen

Nope, flights extra. Genoa is the closest airport and a nice place to see as well.

dealfella

are the flights to and from sanova included?

scopsowl

how do i get to italy?

deleted468435

Civitavecchia - didn't the Costa Concordia sail from there prior to hitting the rocks ?

bob644

It gives me a bit of a sinking feeling this deal!

Cruise Greece, Turkey, Malta, France @ CostaCruise @ £399
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Posted 19th Mar 2014Posted 19th Mar 2014
Cruise Greece, Turkey, Malta, France @ CostaCruise @ £399£399
Have been on a similar Cruise on CostaCruise and found to be very much interesting, good food, lot of entertainment. Departure Port: Savona (Italy) Start Date: 28th March 2014 Num… Read more
deleted858495

I like my vodka on ice

deleted938234

Have some heat!

Costa Cruises Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, Antigua 1 week £50 + Service charge
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Posted 8th Feb 2014Posted 8th Feb 2014
Costa Cruises Dominican Republic, Virgin Islands, Antigua 1 week £50 + Service charge£50
Yea I know its the company with the ship that sank but £50 plus service charge seems ok. You need to get your own flight though
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leegp79

Insurance wont pay out, so they are trying to get the money back, to build a new death trap. lol

deleted138892

Yea it changes to £549 on the final booking page.I would phone them up and ask them to honour the price on the website. Tell them your a friend of Captain Schettino. That should do the trick

Flynn.Jack

Not just icebergs surprising how many islands there are in the Atlantic they could bump into;(

simian01

When you go through to the final booking page it jumps up to £549, even for the 10th Feb

cjhilton49

£50 deal is for 10th Febuary departure,ok if you are already there,if not,think the boat will have sailed!!!

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