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Gem_in_i wrote:What is the price range between the NCL Sky and the NCL Jade?
Gem_in_i wrote:Thanks so much for your comments. I think it would help to point me in a direction instead of being aimless.
shake d livin wake d dead wrote:Gem_in_i wrote:I looking into taking a Cruise next year. But how do I even start to research. I am a bit overwhelmed by how much info there is.
How is a cruise for an old person with knee problems. Would it be to much walking to do on the ship?
Also, am hearing and reading alot about hidden cost.
How many can stay in a room? 4 max? The more the cheaper?
Why stay away from Carnival?
I'd start from the bottom...Carnival is what it is(a carnival, more suited for younger folks, food not so great and well no "class" per say...if you are in to that vibes...perfect for you..
Look at NCL, MSC or Royal Caribbean for that classy experience..if this is your first try a 4 day cruise...if you don't do well in tight spaces, don't book the inner rooms or the oceanview..Balcony and up will suit you( at a higher cost)...each room can hold up to 4 persons and its priced per person...rooms like the suites can hold more..
Hidden costs: in those fine prints you will see for each day you have to pay a $15usd tip(depending on cruise line, prices vary)...wifi costs a lot and it still sucks, excursions can be costly but nice...if you have a good sense of direction, you can see more for way less...
There are activities for all...and I mean all...Ships are usually big..but you can just choose a room closer to elevators...there are shows every night, casinos etc...You dont have to do a thing on the boat but relax..your cabins are cleaned three times daily and all the food you can eat...
Message me if you need more
shake d livin wake d dead wrote:hong kong phooey wrote:shakes is right , just did a Disney cruise left Miami to Cozumel then to castaway keys . Excellent
Next year going on an Alaskan cruise.
As shakes said if you can put out the extra few dollars stay away from Carnival unless you going as a vip . There is Royal Caribbean, NCL, Disney etc
And cruises are not to bad in terms of price and the amount of activity you have available.
I looking at Alaska next year too bai...but with NCL...prices hovering around $750-$800...link up???
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