Here's our top recommendations for cruises to Alaska, Bermuda, Caribbean, Europe, Hawaii and Mexico.
Cruises to Winter Destinations Right now, at the end of 2008, the economic climate is offering us unprecedented cruises to the Caribbean, Hawaii, Mexico and the South Pacific. For the best bargains, we chose to search closer in -- from November cruises to January 1, 2009. Here are some of the best bargains we found:
Norwegian Dawn sailing roundtrip Miami on 7-night cruises to Samana (Dominican Republic), St. Thomas, Tortola and the private island Great Stirrup Cay. Prices start at an amazing $234 per person for the November 29th cruise, and go no higher than $324 -- inside cabin per person, excluding holiday cruises.
There are several 7-night bargain cruises to the Caribbean including:
- Carnival Triumph from $279 per person
- Carnival Valor from $299
- Carnival Liberty from $329
- Carnival Glory from $369
- Carnival Splendor from $399
Holland America has several bargains on the S-class ships starting at $432 per person. These are the oldest and smallest Holland America ships, which for many means uncrowded solitude with plenty of time to enjoy a book in a teak deck chair on the promenade deck.
The brand new Holland America Eurodam cruises to the Eastern Caribbean including Grand Turk, San Juan, St. Thomas and Half Moon Cay for as low as $479 per person. Balcony cabins can be enjoyed for as low as $714 per person.
The current "largest cruise ship in the world," Royal Caribbean's Freedom of the Seas, is normally around $699 per person, but the December 6, 2008 cruise is a mere $399 per person.
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