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$2449 -- Oceanview: 7-Night Luxe Caribbean Cruise w/Drinks
Source: Windstar Cruises | By Erin Oliveri

Sail from Bridgetown to exotic Caribbean ports such as Pigeon Island, St. George's and Bequia
Jan. 12, 16

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Source: Holland America Line

You can't beat all of the extras included with this deal: unlimited drinks, free guests and credit
Select April-September 2016 dates

Source: Best Price Cruises

Rather than being cramped on an international flight, sprawl out on a ship en route to/from Europe.
Depart Oct. 29, 2015; +$50-$180 April 16-17, 2016

Mexico & Panama Canal
Source: Windstar Cruises

Revel in attentive service on Windstar Cruises, where ships hold no more than 310 passengers
Select October-January dates

Source: Travelzoo Newsdesk

Popular small cruises and yachts are quietly offering aggressive end-of-summer pricing -- saving up to 60% -- on sailings into 2017.
Into 2016

Source: American Queen Steamboat Company

This deal allows guests to sail along iconic U.S. rivers, including over Christmas and New Year's
Select September-December dates

Source: CMV River Cruises

Cruise along the Rhône River this spring and visit picturesque French towns on this all-inclusive cruise
Oct. 2; +$400 Sept. 18

Source: Online Vacation Center

Sail in a balcony cabin aboard Oceania Cruises with a deal that offers prepaid gratuities, $200 in onboard credit per cabin and stops in exotic ports.
Depart Dec. 9; +$600-$1100 December-February dates

Bahamas & Bermuda
Source: iCruise.com

Spend Thanksgiving holiday relaxing in the turquoise water of the Bahamas. Sail roundtrip Miami aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.
Depart Nov. 23, 2015

Source: AmaWaterways

Sail roundtrip from Paris to Vernon, the beaches of Normandy, Rouen and the Conflans aboard AmaWaterways, which includes tours, meals & more.
Depart Nov. 5

Source: iCruise.com

Escape all the holiday stress and island hop through the idyllic Caribbean. Possible stops include Mexico, Key West, Nassau and Grand Cayman.
Select November and December 2015 dates


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Insight Vacations
Depart: Oct. 16, 2016; +$89 Oct. 3, 2016
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Depart: May 10, 2016
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Depart: April 27, 2016
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Depart: May 9, 2016
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Depart: April 15, 2016
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Depart: Sep. 15, 2016
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Depart: April 23, 2016; +$100 Balcony
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Depart: Oct. 21, 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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