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6 Luxury Cruise Deals from $162/Night Per Person
Azamara Pursuit (Photo: Azamara Cruises)

6 Luxury Cruise Deals from $162/Night Per Person

6 Luxury Cruise Deals from $162/Night Per Person
Azamara Pursuit (Photo: Azamara Cruises)

December 10, 2019

Christina Janansky
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By Christina Janansky
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"Luxury cruises" and "affordable" are rarely used in the same sentence, but when you factor in the level of service, the oboard amenities and the inclusivity of fares -- especially at a discounted price tag -- it's easy to see the value in a luxury cruise booking.
Set sail with one of these cruise deals from $162 per night, per person, and enjoy a luxury cruise experience to the Caribbean, the Mediterranean, Hawaii and more for a fraction of the price.
Note: Cruises are subject to availability, and prices may change at any time. Promotional offers expire December through early January. All prices are per person, based on double occupancy.

14-Night Bermuda & New England Cruise

Price: $4,799 per person ($342 per night)
Ship: Regent's Seven Seas Navigator
Date: May 22, 2020
Itinerary: Miami > Port Canaveral > Charleston > 2 Sea Days > St. George (overnight) > Sea Day > Halifax > Sydney (Nova Scotia) > Corner Brook > Sea Day > Saguenay Fjord > Quebec City > Montreal
Bonus Offers: Onboard credit

8-Night Western Mediterranean Cruise

Price: $1,294 per person ($162 per night)
Ship: Azamara Pursuit
Date: April 26, 2020
Itinerary: Barcelona > Marseille > Saint-Tropez > Nice > Portofino > Florence (overnight) > Elba > Rome
Bonus Offers: No bonus offers available for this sailing

7-Night Alaska Cruise

Price: $1,569 per person ($224 per night)
Ship: Oceania's Regatta
Date: June 18, 2020
Itinerary: Seattle > Sea Day > Ketchikan > Juneau > Sitka > Sea Day > Victoria > Seattle
Bonus Offers: Onboard credit and free internet

16-Night Hawaii Cruise

Price: $4,999 per person ($312 per night)
Ship: Crystal Serenity
Date: May 29, 2022
Itinerary: Los Angeles > 4 Sea Days > Honolulu (overnight) > Kauai > Maui > Kona > Hilo > 4 Sea Days > Ensenada > Los Angeles
Bonus Offers: Free gratuities, free beverage package and onboard credit

6-Night Pacific Coastal Cruise

Price: $2,439 per person ($407 per night)
Ship: Seabourn Odyssey
Date: May 15, 2021
Itinerary: Los Angeles > Santa Barbara > Monterey > 2 Sea Days > Victoria > Vancouver
Bonus Offers: Onboard credit, free upgrades and discounted airfare

7-Night Caribbean Cruise

Price: $1,999 per person ($286 per night)
Ship: Viking Sky
Date: January 10, 2020
Itinerary: Miami > Key West > Sea Day > Belize City > Cozumel > Merida > Sea Day > Miami
Bonus Offers: No bonus offers available for this sailing

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