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Amazing Cruises to Take This Winter That Won’t Break the Bank

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Amazing Cruises to Take This Winter That Won’t Break the Bank

Booking a cheap cruise can be very easy as long as you are flexible. Most of the trips have several sailing dates, affecting the price, sometimes by a lot. The trips’ cost on the following list are all based on booking interior rooms. But since all travelers have access to the same onboard facilities, where you spend a few hours at night sleeping seemed of little significance.

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4-Night Key West and Nassau

This popular trip starts from $179 and is valid from January 30. The price includes one night free of charge, which means you save an average of $60 per person. This cruise visits three ports – Miami, Key West and Nassau. You get to spend one full day at sea enjoying the all amenities and activities onboard Empress of the Seas.

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4-Night Baja Mexico Cruise from Los Angeles

How would you like to spend several days on a ship traveling from Los Angeles to Catalina Island and Ensenada in Mexico, and back, for just $52 per night per person? One day you spend having fun at sea. You won’t feel like sleeping on the Carnival Imagination ship because there is so much to do, which is included in the price. The ship brings to life fantasy and ancient legends with its decors. Bars, laid-back lounges, cool clubs and water thrills will keep you entertained.

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5-Night Yucatan Escape

This is a very popular cruise trip in the winter. The journey starts from Miami. You cruise to Cozumel and Puerto Costa Maya and spend two days at sea. Onboard entertainment is a lot of fun – you can even try rock climbing. The price is $261 per person and it includes all meals onboard including 24 hour room service, entertainment including shows, discos, comedy clubs, bars, lounges, gyms, pools, hot tubs, and sports courts.

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11-Night Southern Caribbean

Visiting some of the hot spots for water ventures in the Caribbean for $156 per person per night is a trip worth considering. A scuba diving or a snorkeling adventure alone will cost a lot more. The ports of call are Fort Lauderdale, St. Johns in Antigua, Castries in St. Lucia, Bridgetown in Barbados, St. George’s in Grenada, Willemstad in Curacao, and Kralendijk in Bonaire. You will be onboard Serenade of the Seas, which features whirlpools, mini-golf, a rock-climbing wall, and a Solarium.

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4-Night Islas Canary Islands Cruise

The itinerary includes Gran Canaria - Tenerife - Lanzarote - Fuerteventura - Gran Canaria for $288. If you are in the U.K. and want to go on an exotic trip before you head home, this all-inclusive cruise will satisfy your wanderlust. Enjoy onboard bars and lounges, live music, gym and jogging track, sports courts, and poolside entertainment – all while on your way to visit some of the most beautiful islands near Africa.

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16-Night Asia Cruise from Shanghai to Hong Kong

The ports of call are Shanghai, Nagasaki, Taipei, Kaohsiung, Manila, Hue, Hanoi (Ha Long Bay), and Hong Kong. The total price comes down to $1,229 per person or $77 per night. You get $300 free credit. You can also save up to $800 if you book by December 27. The experience onboard the Celebrity Millennium is worth it – great outdoors, rooftop terrace, creative cocktails, movies alfresco, pools and even dance classes.  

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14-Night Antarctic Cruise from Buenos Aires

This amazing two-week roundtrip will cost a total of $1,799 per person or $129 per night. Port of call include Buenos Aires, Ushuaia, Cape Horn, Elephant Island, Port Stanley, Puerto Madryn, Montevideo. The wine, the tango, the mountaineering, the architecture – the reasons to go are endless. Buenos Aires is one of the world’s most exhilarating capital cities, with astonishing art, captivating neighborhoods, and excellent food. Montevideo has some of the best city beaches.

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12-Night South Pacific Cruise from Sydney

The Celebrity Solstice was just revitalized. It has the first Lawn Club at sea and the first Hot Glass Show℠. The journey from Sydney – Noumea -Lifou Isle - Mystery Island – Suva – Lautoka – and back to Sydney is just $104 per night per person. Access to the fitness center, gym classes, sports court, jogging track, swimming pools is free, and so are different youth programs. The cruise ship is well-known for its delicious onboard food.

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11-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona

You can explore some of the most beautiful part of Spain and Italy for $64 per night onboard the Norwegian Spirit. The ports of call are Barcelona, Valencia, Palma de Mallorca, Marseille, Livorno (Pisa, Florence), Civitavecchia, Naples (where the best food in the world is), Messina, and Valletta. A typical tourist in Spain will first go to Barcelona, then Ibiza and Madrid. Sunny Valencia is left behind and it shouldn’t. This is where you go for the best paella, innovative and avant-garde buildings.

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19-Night Australia / New Zealand Cruise from Auckland to Singapore

A guarantee stateroom (GTY) guarantees an inside stateroom or better and it will cost $102 per night per person. Your stateroom may be on any deck and assigned up to one day prior to embarkation. This is not a huge price to pay for the ultimate adventure from New Zealand (Auckland and Bay of Islands) to Australia (Sydney, Brisbane, Airlie Beach, Cairns and Darwin), Indonesia (Komodo Island and Benoa), to Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia and Singapore.  

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5-Night Far East Cruise

Departing from Shanghai, China you will be heading to Nagasaki and Fukuoka in Japan. Other similarly prices options include Busan in South Korea and Kumamoto in Japan. You will enjoy the experience onboard the Quantum of the Seas, which introduced the first ever skydiving simulator at sea as well as a jewel-shaped capsule that ascends over 300 feet above sea level. Prices start at around $440 per person.

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15-Night Hawaii Cruise from Los Angeles

Escape the winter on a roundtrip from chaotic Los Angeles to Hilo, Honolulu; Port Allen, Kauai; Maui-Lahaina and Ensenada. The adventure will cost as little as $101 per night or a total of $1,519. Enjoy watching Movies Under the Stars® and street performer-style entertainment in the Piazza onboard. Off the ship you can hike an active volcano, try a new water sport, go scuba diving or snorkeling, and have lots of fun at the famous Waikiki beach.

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24-Night Hawaii Cruise from San Diego

If you have a lot of vacation days, don’t hesitate to use them to cruise from San Diego all the way to the marvelous islands of Hawaii and back. It will cost you $90 per night per person. Ports of call include Hilo; Maui-Lahaina; Port Allen, Kauai; Honolulu; Kona-Kailua; Ensenada; Cabo San Lucas; Mazatlan; and Puerto Vallarta. You will be traveling on the Westerdam, which is known for always making updates and keeping up with entertainment and dining opportunities.

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12-Night Round Trip European Cruise from Savona

Spending a whole day in Naples and Palermo in Italy, Lisbon in Portugal, Cadiz and Malaga in Spain, and Marseille in France after leaving Savona – with a few full days at sea in between – is a perfectly balanced adventure trip for $879 per person. See historic monuments, intricate works of street art, and beautiful beaches. Costa Mediterranea, designed with Italian elegance in mind, is a Spirit-class cruise ship. It has four Jacuzzis, four pools, including one with a retractable cover and water slide, multipurpose sports pitch, and an outdoor jogging track.

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7-Nights South American Cruise from Buenos Aires to Rio

Get onboard the Norwegian Sun for a week of cruising across the sea from Buenos Aires to Rio. Stopping at rare destinations such as Ilha Grande, Punta del Este, and Sao Paulo makes this cruise remarkable. This route is a rare one, but February is the most popular month of the year to sail it. The cost is $92 per night. It includes all port charges and taxes – no surprises at checkout.

Amazing Cruises to Take This Winter That Won’t Break the Bank