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Hello...I am going on my first cruise March 17th on Carnival Freedom. I was looking to book it but noticed that there's a single cruise group on the same boat. The single group is $500 more and no matter what I'd still get my own room. Here's my question...I'm a 37yo male do I book with the group or just book on the boat? I am an athletic personable guy just looking to get away.Did you research the NCL Epic out of Miami? I'm also new and started this endeavor about 3 weeks ago. I looked at some of the singles vacation companies and somehow stumbled onto an Epic link and booked for 3/16. Basically in 2010 on their new ship EPIC, NCL designated 128 studio cabins for solo travelers at a reduced price ($799 today for 3/16 but may start to come down). I counted about 70% booked a few days ago. They're small at 100sf but serve the purpose. The area also has it's own lounge for socializing and a meeting place for going to dinners and other activities. If it's not too late. check it out!
My cabin mate is teetering on not going so I may end up cruising solo... like I had originally planned. Not a big deal for me, I am stoked at the idea of having no one to entertain but myself. Not stoked at all the plans we made that may not pan out, lol.I'm on the same cruise...contact me prior. I have zero plans at all and would love to have one person. We'll get that margarita you want to get. What do you think?
I'm on the same cruise...contact me prior. I have zero plans at all and would love to have one person. We'll get that margarita you want to get. What do you think?Have you gone to your roll call?
Sorry with the forum mix up. Really am new to this.