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In the nation’s current economic crisis, the once-thought to be invincible cruise industry is feeling a jolt. Cruise deals are better now than ever.
Travel agents have described the recent cruise rates as making staying at home more expensive than cruising away. Cruise experts that have been in the industry for more than 20 years have never seen holiday cruise prices so low.
FALL is one of the best seasons to search for cruise discounts as bookings usually slow down. Christmas and New Year’s cruises, which are normally a popular thus expensive package, are even on sale.
Cruise lines are luring guests with sales, free upgrades and shipboard credits. NCL is offering the most extreme of all the cruise deals. Those who make cruise reservations now really don’t run any risks. They simply set their cruise date, put a small deposit down, pay the rest when the time approaches and if the cruise deal drops any lower before your last payment, most cruise lines will reimburse the difference.
These deals exist well into 2009 and some even into 2010. It is not only short, budget cruises on sale. Even long, luxury cruises and the newest ships are booked at a bargain. The prices will change as soon as the economy changes. The best deals can be attained through the help of knowledgeable cruise agents.
Florida is an ideal destination to take cruises to the Caribbean. If you are planning to visit South Florida, check with your travel agency, concierges’ agency or even your Miami vacation rentals agency, for hot cruise deals. There are many options, including one-day and weekend cruises to the Bahamas that allow you to enjoy the best of a cruise trip for LESS.