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Got the cruising bug?
If you’re itching to get on a cruise, but you’re short on cash, we’ve found several cheap cruises that’ll satisfy your cruise addiction without putting a big dent in your wallet.
And unlike the airlines where all government taxes and fees have to be listed in the published price, here’s the kicker. Port charges, taxes, and fees will cost you an additional $107.76 per person.
But for $273.52 for two people you’ll get to set sail while enjoying 3 meals (lunch, dinner, breakfast), snacks, and an evening of entertainment, plus your accommodations.
Set sail from Barcelona on the Norwegian Epic for a 3 day cruise with a stop in Naples and Rome as low as $249 per person. Port charges, taxes, and fees are additional.
A 2 night sampler cruise also known as a cruise to nowhere from Brisbane starts at $254 per person (plus taxes, fees, and port charges) on Royal Caribbean’s Legend of the Seas.
How about a 3 night cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Rhapsody of the Seas from Sao Paulo with a stop in Buzios for $164 per person (plus port charges, taxes, and fees).
Starting at $239 per person (not including port charges, taxes and fees) you can enjoy 4 days on the Ruby Princess roundtrip from Los Angeles with ports of call in Catalina Island and Ensenada.
Head to the Bahamas for a 4 day cruise on the Carnival Ecstasy from $169 per person. Port charges, fees, and taxes are additional.
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