Solo travel

For those who have cruised solo, which is the best cruiseline to do so?

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It depends on the type of cruise you want.

Since you only have 28 days to go (as of this moment) I assume you have made a choice already. I don't cruise solo...she'd kill me...heheheh...however NCL has solo inside cabins, and daily mixers and meet n greets. They advertise them during their cruises and on the dailies. How many and the $$, I have no idea, other than I believe that dreaded "single supplement" doesn't apply. Be nice if some one who actually did it would reply...

I booked my first solo for June 11. The single supplement makes it sound a whole lot more expensive, but considering it is the equivalent of booking a hotel room, it makes a bit of sense. If the hotels advertised "per person based on double occupancy, they would still charge the same price although advertise it at half price.

I haven't tried the singles room yet, but that may be on the horizon.

Cool. Booked and doing the double digit dance. Enjoy.

I'm taking a solo cruise on a transatlantic on the Emerald Princess this November. The price, although doubled, was still a good deal for 16 days and 6 European ports. Sometimes it's worth it.

I've cruised solo on Princess many times. Not bad for a female senior!

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