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*Some taxes, fees extra. Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, unless noted.
$999 -- Balcony: 13-Nt. Transatlantic Spring Cruises w/Tips
 
Source: CruCon Cruise Outlet | By Jackie Lano

Functioning as floating cities, these ships offer a fun, stress-free voyage between two continents.
Depart April 10, 17; +$50-$200 other dates

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Caribbean
Source: CruCon Cruise Outlet

These ships are like theme parks at sea, stocked with amenities, restaurants and 24/7 entertainment.
Select 2016 dates

 
Mexico & Panama Canal
Source: Norwegian Cruise Line

Sail along the Mexican Riviera and receive unlimited drinks and third and fourth guests sail free
Nov. 15; +$40-$50 Nov. 1, 8, 29; Dec. 6

 
Mexico & Panama Canal
Source: Norwegian Cruise Line

Sail through the iconic Panama Canal on a two-week cruise for less than $60 per person, per day
Feb. 28, 2016; +$20 Nov. 28; Dec. 8; Feb. 14

 
Europe
Source: Gate 1 Travel

It's rare to find a Rhine cruise for less than $2000 anytime of year, much less for peak summer dates
Peak April-August 2016 sailings

 
Alaska
Source: Holland America Line

You can't beat all of the extras included with this deal: unlimited drinks, free guests, a specialty dinner and a $100 credit
Select April-September 2016 dates

 
Europe
Source: Uniworld Boutique River Cruises

Sail along Europe's inspiring rivers in luxury on a top-ranked, all-inclusive cruise line
Dec. 6, 13, 20, 27; other dates discounted

 
Alaska
Source: AlaskaCruises.com

Marvel at Alaska's unique landscape with a package that combines elements of both land and sea.
May 15, 20, 22, 27; +$100-$150 other dates

 
Caribbean
Source: MSC Cruises

From Costa Rica to the Caymans, Mexico to St. Maarten, MSC Cruises cover the Caribbean with its distinct style. Snag deals with diverse itineraries.
Select 2015-2016 dates

 
Caribbean
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

 

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Depart Dec. 5; +$50-$115 Oct. 24; Nov. 21
Cruise.com
 
 
December 27, 2015
Cruise Travel Outlet
 
Depart: 2016: Nov. 26; Dec. 3, 10; +$50 Nov. 12
CruCon Cruise Outlet
 
 
 
 
 
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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