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Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep #162895
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Looking at my favorite cruise price aggregator shows some August and September 5 day cruises to Cuba with either an overnight in Havana and or stops at coco cay, or Cozumel, or key west in the $300 range for inside cabin. One as low as $336/pp.

Could be a cheap and easy Cuba vacation assuming No storms.

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Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: PelicanPirate] #162925
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Hi. I moved this one here, because it's about cruises. What cruise line? That is awfully cheap.


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Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: PelicanPirate] #162976
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Well Carol, PPirate does say Royal Carib and August in Subject line. But not favorite aggregator or ship name.


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Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: jphart] #162982
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I hunt with Vacations to Go. Have to give em email to see. The boats were Empress and Majesty of the sees out of tampa Nd miami.

Prices have inched up a bit. Still have one 4-day sailing for $336/each and one 5-day under $400.

Might be a nice weekend getaway from florida.

Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: jphart] #162989
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duh It would help if I would READ, huh!!!!

I wouldn't mind doing that at all, but we have some stuff going on now. It is encouraging that prices on these cruises are going down though.

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Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: Carol_Hill] #162996
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Prices up a few bucks again. Maybe i stimulated some business.

29 Aug Majesty of the Seas 5day cruise out of Tampa goes Key West, Havana, Cozumel,at Sea day and home for

$407. Compact little trip. Was better at 350ish.

Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: PelicanPirate] #163023
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Think maybe the price is so cheap because it's their oldest ships? No balconies.

Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: LBI2SXM] #163042
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You are right, just looked them up and they are relatively old 1980s and early 1990s.

Were cheap inside people so we’d feel like bigshots knowing few/if any can claim balconies.

Id be happy if the boat is clean, friendly and has decent food/service. Our fi st cruises wre in the 1970s and we liked those old boats with less nickel/diming on stuff.

Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: PelicanPirate] #163053
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Yes, back then, cruising was, amazingly enough, about the OCEAN. Give me one of the old Dolphin ships any day! GREAT food and service, on an old style ocean liner.


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Re: Cuba in the $300’s/pp on Royal Caribbean in Aug/Sep [Re: Carol_Hill] #163119
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Agree. Weve never had a bad cruise. The ocean has always done its job.

We are amazed at how the big ships with lots of Passengers keep everybody distributed and out of lines.


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