Steal of the Week: Cross the Atlantic from $54 Per Night

March 29, 2012 | By | 2 Comments

Everyone is looking for the deal of the century. So how do you choose the one that’s right for you? Check the Lido Deck each week to get the scoop on our favorite deals — then grab the phone and pack your bags.
THE DEAL: is offering an 11-night transatlantic cruise aboard Caribbean Princess, sailing from New York to Southampton, on May 3, 2012. Rates start at $599 per person for an inside cabin.

WHAT WE LOVE: This last-minute ocean crossing has a unique itinerary — it makes stops in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Dublin, Ireland, and Greenock, Scotland, rather than the more typical Mediterranean ports you find on transatlantic cruises. Plus, this sailing has seven sea days making it the perfect opportunity to catch up on some R&R.
WHAT GIVES US PAUSE: This cruise sails in just over a month, so it might be a challenge to get time off of work and make all your travel arrangements with such little notice.
HOW TO BOOK IT: For all the nitty-gritty on this deal (including that pesky fine print), click here.
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    2 Responses to “Steal of the Week: Cross the Atlantic from $54 Per Night”

    1. Scott
      March 29th, 2012 @ 4:13 pm

      its showing $449 per person on the princess web site for an inside cabin if you have cruised on princess before. now thats a real steal!!!!!

    2. Cassie
      April 3rd, 2012 @ 10:15 am

      Plenty of cruises and other companies offer contests and awards – I ended up on a free cruise for our honeymoon when I got married a few years ago. A google search should help show other contests running now. Some may require you to pay airfare or taxes, but all in all a free cruise is still a steal!

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