Theme Cruise Sale? NCL "Perks" Up Nick Sailings

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#3
jersey shore
39 Posts
Joined Aug 2010
When your booking a "theme" cruise obviously your buying more than 2 tickets, because your including children. This is the stuff kids want, why should it cost almost double ?? That's why its not selling, a cruise is a cruise regardless of the 'celebrity' appearances! All cruises have tons of activities, just because you call it "Nick" you can charge more? not fair!
#4
PHOENIX
26 Posts
Joined Jun 2007
Last year I received a direct email from RCCL in July, 3 weeks before sailing, for an offer for $299, inside, $399 outside, and $499 for balcony pp, on the Mariner of the Seas. It was for the Nickelodean Cruise. We had no intentions on going until the price dropped dramatically. We had a great time, and even at that price the cruise was 1500 pax below capacity.
#5
Evansville, IN
554 Posts
Joined May 2003
The Nick idea is just plain bad. Leave the cartoon people to Disney.
Larry
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