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"I think it's in part because a lot of people see it as a more secure kind of vacation," Glab said, "and in part because the shipping industry has re-deployed a lot of its ships away from foreign ports and has more of its sailings out of U.S. ports."

More ships mean more competition for passengers, and therefore cheaper tickets.

Still, Taylor and her friend Hazel Twyman were unsure they ever will be able to afford a trip on the ship.

"But we will one day when we're rich and famous," Taylor said. "In our next life."

ABCNEWS' Mike Lee in Southampton, England, and Matt McGarry contributed to this report.


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