Posted February 10th, 2006, 12:57 AM
Disney's cruises sell for a premium over the other lines because they can offer a different service than the other lines--pictures with Mickey, Treasure Hunts in the kid's clubs with Captain Hook, etc. Disney now includes soft drinks with your cruise fare, but tips and the usual other items are additional.
To save some money you can go for a guaranteed inside cabin or check out *************.com's website for last minute deals. We are coming into high season with President's Day and spring breaks coming up, so it may be challenging to find a deal.
For a good deal, Carnival might be a fine option. Good luck finding a trip before that baby comes!!!
18. Royal Princess, Eastern Caribbean 10 days, December 2016
17. Regal Princess, Eastern Caribbean, 7 days, March
16. MSC Divina, Spain-Italy-France, 7 days, July 2015
15. Coral Princess, RT Panama Canal, 11 days, Dec. 2014-Jan. 2015
14. NCL Norwegian Breakaway, Bermuda, June 2013
13. RCI Allure of the Seas, Western Caribbean, Nov. 2011
12. Sapphire Princess, Alaska, July 2009
11. Emerald Princess, Mediterranean, July 2008
10. Golden Princess, Mexican Riviera, Jan. 2008
9. RCI Voyager of the Seas, Western Caribbean, Mar. 2007
8. RCI Adventure of the Seas, Southern Caribbean, Mar. 2006
7. NCL Norwegian Sun, Western Caribbean, Jan. 2005
6. Golden Princess, Eastern Caribbean, Feb. 2004
5. Disney Wonder, Bahamas, Oct. 2002
4. Disney Wonder, Bahamas, Jan. 2002
3. Celebrity Millenium, Mediterranean, June 2001
2. Celebrity Galaxy, Southern Caribbean, Feb. 1999
1. Carnival Fantasy, Bahamas, May 1991