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Norwegian Cruise Line - Last Minute 14-Day Transatlantic $499 pp or 10-Day European $579 pp based on dbl occ (From $39 pp per day)

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Norwegian Cruise Lines have several upcoming cruises on sale and limited inventory. Considering cruises are all inclusive (room, food, entertainment), these are two notable ones among many others on their website:

14-Day Transatlantic from Copenhagen [ncl.com] - Starting From $ 499 USD (or $39 per day)
CRUISE PORTS EMBARK Copenhagen (Denmark); Ponta Delgada (Azores); Royal Naval Dockyard (Bermuda); DISEMBARK Miami (Florida)

10-Day Canary Islands, Spain & Morocco from Barcelona (Variation) [ncl.com] - Starting From $579 - Now from $679
CRUISE PORTS EMBARK Barcelona (Spain); Casablanca (Morocco); Santa Cruz de Tenerife (Canary Islands); Las Palmas (Canary Islands); Funchal (Madeira); Granada (Malaga) (Spain); Alicante (Spain); DISEMBARK Barcelona (Spain)

Use Norwegian's site to view dates and itinerary and then book it on Expedia [expedia.com],
Priceline [priceline.com], Travelocity [travelocity.com]. Sometimes there are added incentive to book with them. Or simply book directly.

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$39 pd pp plus garbage fees, overpriced booze, and gratuities.
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$39 pd pp plus garbage fees, overpriced booze, and gratuities.
And don't forget most of your days are at sea on these repositioning deals. You have to really want to spend some time on a boat. Some people do.

If I were retired, I'd be all over it. Sit around, all inclusive resort for under $100/day all in (assuming I sneak alcohol on board). Pretty good deal.
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Could be a good deal if you can find cheap flights
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Wow good deals. There should be more posts like this on Slickdeals! Not those crappy posts about getting $100 ship credit like they always give. If you don't mind me asking, how do you find these deals OP? Thanks and repped!
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avoid NCL.. the worst of the worst cruise line.
what are some of the better ones?
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avoid NCL.. the worst of the worst cruise line.
I've cruised three times and found them excellent each time. People's mileage definitely varies and largely yes you get what you pay for.
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Could be a good deal if you can find cheap flights
i actually posted a deal to copahagen today (for the transatlantic sailing) and flying into spain has been steadily cheap.
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Nice just in time when another hurricane is forming around Florida.
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avoid NCL.. the worst of the worst cruise line.
I spent a summer working the tourism industry in Alaska. In pretending to care about the tourists, I asked tons of people how they were enjoying their cruise. NCL seemed to be pretty well liked and had fairly classy people. People gushed over Disney cruises. People most often complained (or were pleased, unashamed alcoholics) about Carnival.
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Girls included?
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Carnival is a nasty cattle car with subhumans cutting in line.
I've had good luck on NCL. RCI is a second and Carnival is a distant third for a value cruise. Back in the day we got two cases of wine on for a Super Bowl Cruise. We had a group of about 15 people for that weekend cruise. However Im not watching any more Super Bowls or NFL.
Wish I could downvote this 100 times for calling people "subhumans".
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avoid NCL.. the worst of the worst cruise line.
and the expert has spoken, not.

made about a dozen 7 day Caribbean cruises last 3 years and I now only cruise with NCL.

NCL: best bang-for-buck. great ships. super service. absolutely the most FUN ship with non-stop party (for all ages).

RCCL: Nicest ships. Very expensive. Boring after 10 PM.

Carnival: To quote my son: :"It's so ghetto".

The above is for the 7day+ cruises. The 3-4 day bahamas cruises I feel the lines are closer to eachother in quality.
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