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$599 -- Balcony Cabin: 14-Night Transatlantic Spring Cruise*

Sold out - (February 28, 2014) A new deal from this source was published on December 10, 2014
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By Veronica Crews

Score a balcony cabin for a 14-night transatlantic journey this spring for $599 per person. Sail from Florida to Spain aboard Holland America's ms Noordam -- named a Top Cruise Ship in 2014 by Conde Nast Traveler readers.

Exclusive to Prestige Cruises, this deal knocks $200 off already discounted market pricing. Set sail for these per-person prices:

  • $599 ... March 21 on the ms Noordam from Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona with stops in the Azores, plus Seville, Malaga and Cartagena, Spain
  • $699 ... March 30 on the ms Eurodam from Fort Lauderdale to Rome with stops in the Azores, plus Seville, Almeria and Cartagena, Spain
  • $699 ... April 6 on the ms Niewu Amsterdam from Fort Lauderdale to Barcelona with stops in the Azores and Gibraltar, plus Motril, Alicante and Mallorca, Spain

The Noordam features numerous dining options, three swimming pools, a casino and a spa. Onboard highlights include cooking demonstrations at the ship's culinary arts center.

This is part of a larger Holland America sale that also includes fall transatlantic sailings.

Note: Taxes are an additional $98.61-$100.06 per traveler.

Book by Feb. 28.  Top 20 deal – sells out quickly.
 
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*Terms/Conditions:
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy, and valid for U.S. or Canada residents only. Rates are cruise only and do not include applicable government taxes and fees. Prices, stateroom availability and promotional offers are capacity-controlled and subject to change without notice. Cancellation penalties, blackout dates and additional restrictions may apply. Cruise lines reserve the right to charge a fuel supplement without prior notice should the closing price of West Texas Intermediate Fuel increase above a set amount, determined by each cruise line, on the NYMEX. Cruise lines will have sole discretion to apply the supplementary fuel charge to both existing and new bookings. Minimum age requirements vary by cruise line and destination.