Last minute cruise which is better?

Hi all,

i want to book a last minute cruise, can you tell me which cruise line you think is better? i have been to 1 RCCL before and i thought it was great but i can't seem to find anything i like for April.

was thinking of going with another cruise line but i have no input on any of them, any reason why you like one more then another.

we have a 12 yr, and i would love a Disney one but that is out of the question right now. might do that one later in the year.

5 Answers

Disney is obscenely priced to be surrounded by that many kids.

The best deal I have ever gotten on a cruise was 60 days out, on Empress of the Seas. $230/pp for an Oceanview room, for 5 days. SO there still could be hope for a really good deal for April, since the 15th is still 100 days out.

Last minute bookings are usually best through a TA or a website specializing in cruises ... such as this one. The closer it gets to the cruise date if there are openings the better your chance of a deal. But, it is best to be open to itinerary and cruise line if looking for a cheap deal.

Have a discussion with a very good TA, if you have a good relationship with one. They can find travel deals as they get e-mails and offers through their network faster that you can search.

I'd recommend Carnival first, because I adore their included poolside food options as well as their water slides. Then Norwegian second if you can't find a Carnival one that works!

Agreed!

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