The Fourth of July holiday has us in a celebratory mood and we’re ready to kick off the holiday with some great last minute cruise deals. How about you?
These Carnival Cruise Line adventures all depart in July and feature last minute pricing specials designed to sell out quick. We have partnered these low prices with a complimentary bar coupon booklet to get your cruise started right.
Call our Cruise Experts at 1-866-836-6963 to learn more about this offer and other opportunities that may be available. Be sure to tell them you read about it on the blog.
Meanwhile, here are six Carnival Cruises departing in July with special rates just for Last Minute Travel.
Celebrity Cruises offers some of our most popular vacations at Last Minute Travel. What keeps people coming back to the line is Celebrity’s desire to always be improving the experience. With that in mind, Celebrity has just announced another way for guests to quench their thirst with new “beverage package” values.
Two of the packages are for non-alcoholic drinks (starting at 14.95 per person per day, including a 15% gratuity) and two include adult beverages. The premium package, costs $56.35 per person per day. It includes most onboard beverages, including beer, spirits, cocktails and certain wines.
“We took our guests’ favorite beverages and bundled them into packages that are simple to order from home,” said Jacques Van Staden, Vice President, Culinary Operations. “By the time guests board the ship, they can relax knowing that their favorite drinks are arranged for; they can then focus on enjoying themselves in the spa, exploring destinations through shore excursions, or simply lounging by the pool.”
So cruise enthusiasts, would you buy these beverage bundles?
Looking for a bargain cruise? The New York Times sounds the alarm that cruise lines are drawing the line in 2010. While deep discounts, free upgrades, and other perks helped fill berths in 2009, ship operators hope they can lure passengers back in 2010 without so many bargains. What does that mean for the Cruise adventurer? Book early to get the best deals.
Is it too late to book a great spring break cruise or something on the Atlantic coast this fall? Of course not. In fact, we’re still in the middle of what the industry calls “Wave Season” when great deals for trips throughout 2010 are available. But those bargains will be vanishing soon as staterooms fill up.
You might be surprised at what cruises are leaving from a port near you.
Thinking of taking that Canada-New England cruise on the Norwegian Jewel. Here’s a video that will give you some idea of what to expect. Video was taken last June on a cruise of the Baltics.
If winter weather has affected your holiday travel plans, I wanted to highlight this video produced by Youtube user “Planeglider” of the Royal Caribbean’s Monarch Of The Seas cruise adventure. I hope it can help take your mind off all the snow.