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Zoey

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    Celebrity
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    Caribbean

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  1. I've lived alone for so long that I can't even have a one-night, overnight guest stay in my home. I love to cruise alone, and only cruised once with another person out of my 15 or so cruises. So I've learned if it's an itinerary or specific ship or line I want to book to just suck-up the double occupancy rate. I've been lucky a few times to find some lower solo fares on Windstar (at one time anyway) and Azamara. Neither one I care to cruise with again. I know Crystal and Silversea sometimes have decent solo fares but I haven't tried either of those yet. I really want to try a Viking Ocean so I guess it will have to be one of those suck-up occasions. I'm just a tiny bit surprised they don't offer even a 25% reduction on slower selling cruises. I've checked right up to a month prior to sail date.
  2. Please come back and let us know what you find out from your travel agent. Thanks.
  3. I sailed on Windsurf a few years ago as a solo. At that time they had a flyer that showed several sailings with different low single supplements (from 25%, 50% etc.). Haven't seen ANY reduced supplements since that time and even contacted an agent and asked about similar offerings and was told there were none. I went ahead and inquired about a quote for a slow-selling, not very inspiring sailing, and was quoted double fare on the lowest category stateroom. I don't think they're really interested in solos sailing with them.
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