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Coulter - Answered a Question by twinn (01 Sep 07 16:04)

It is possible to get a cabin with no single supplement, but you have to check teletext and occassionally a good deal for singles will come up. I managed 3 last year with no single supplement and 1 this year with only £100 extra. Sailing again on 28.09.07 with no supplement but haven't cruised with this line before so don't know what it will be like. Cruise lines I have already been with are Fred Olsen, Orient Lines, Classic International, and the one I am about to cruise with is Monarch Classic Cruises, the last two can be contacted at www.cic.co.uk, take a look at their brochure which you can download. Most of the American ships ask 100% which is just outrageous. Shop around and if you can be flexible with dates and itineries you should get something. Good luc.

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Boston - Answered a Question by twinn (28 Aug 07 23:53)

Try QE2 who still have cabins designed to accomodate single cruisers, also they have programmes designed to help singles meet and mingle.

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Hudd - Answered a Question by twinn (03 Sep 07 08:39)

I took a 8 day cruise on the Van Gogh from Falmouth Oct 2006 arranged by Travelscope, which not only was there no single suppliment a £100 free bar tab per cabin was included. Very good value. The only grip came from passengers who used the free coach especially from the north of England.

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