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*Some taxes, fees extra. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless noted.
$259 & up  --  Norwegian Bahamas Cruise, R/T Miami
Source: Liberty Travel | By Heidi Stallings

Set sail from Miami on this three-night Bahamas cruise aboard Norwegian Sky
Depart: Nov. 30

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Source: CruCon Cruise Outlet

Take in Caribbean vistas complete with swaying palm trees and sun-soaked beaches while sailing for seven nights aboard Norwegian Cruise Line.
Dec. 5; +$20-$200 September-December dates

Source: CruCon Cruise Outlet

This trip is essentially free -- the value of the drinks is more than the cost of the cruise itself.
Depart Nov. 13, 16, 30; Dec. 11; +$20 Nov. 20

Source: CruCon Cruise Outlet

Options aplenty: Choose from three top-rated ships, three departure cities & over a dozen sailings.
2016: Sept. 11, 18, 25; Nov. 6, 13, 27; Dec. 4, 11

Source: iCruise.com

Say aloha to the Hawaiian islands on Norwegian's Pride of America, the only Hawaiian cruise with all 7 days on an island and none at sea.
Nov. 12, 19, 26; 2016: March 31; April 7; Nov. 24

Source: MSC Cruises

Absorb the culture of charming European cities with the whole family; kids 11 & under sail free.
Depart Oct. 24, 25, 31; Nov. 1, 7, 8, 14, 15, 22

Source: Gate 1 Travel

Sail the Mekong River on an intimate 34-suite ship reminiscent of a French Colonial-era manor home
Select dates in September; others on sale

Source: Cruise.com

Sail to ports in the Bahamas, Aruba, Panama & Costa Rica roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale
Depart Dec. 11; +$240 oceanview

Source: Cruises.com

Sail roundtrip Long Beach on the Carnival Inspiration, stopping in Ensenada and Catalina Island and receive a free shore excursion
Aug. 24; +$60-$100 July 13, 20, 27; Aug. 17

Source: MSC Cruises

Bask in the sun and cruise the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean aboard the MSC Divina while saving $260 per person on regular prices.
Depart Dec. 5; +$70 Nov. 28

Source: MSC Cruises

Sail aboard MSC Cruises -- a Mediterranean cruise brand with diverse itineraries in the Caribbean, Bahamas and beyond.
Select 2015-2016 dates


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Depart Dec. 9 2015
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Depart: Oct. 15, 17 2016; +$50 March 25, 2017
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Depart: 2016: Nov. 27; +$50 Oct. 2, 16, 30
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Depart: Nov. 6, 2016
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Depart Nov. 29; +$60 Dec. 13
Priceline Cruises
Depart Dec. 13; +$200 oceanview
Priceline Cruises
Depart: Dec. 11, 2016
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Depart Aug. 14, 28; +$140 July 31
Depart: Dec. 12, 2016
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Depart: March 6, 2016; +$113 Jan. 10, 2016
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Cruise Deals

Combining the experience of an all-inclusive resort with a destination-hopping itinerary, cruises are often the perfect solution to any traveler’s vacation debate.

While on board, the possibilities are endless. Dine to your heart’s content at a casual buffet or an elegant Captain’s dinner. Splash down a waterslide, scale a rock climbing wall or shoot some hoops. Bid on a one-of-a-kind piece of artwork, applaud at a glitzy Broadway show or dance the night away at the nightclub.

After setting foot on land, cruisers can opt for self-guided exploration or easily arrange an escorted shore excursion. On popular itineraries such as the Caribbean and Mediterranean, guests can experience the excitement of being in a new port each day.

There is a perfect cruise line and ship for all travelers – from intimate, luxe ships that carry 300 passengers or less and stop in smaller, more exotic ports (i.e. Windstar, Silversea, Uniworld) -- to mega-ships that have more than 3,000 guests onboard (i.e. Royal Caribbean, Norwegian, Carnival, Celebrity) and hit popular tourist ports.

Travelzoo’s team of experts researched and test-booked these offers to bring you the best cruise deals on the Internet.

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