Sail of the Century?

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Sail of the Century?

Post by kaymar » 13 Oct 2013, 12:30

D318 - Adonia - 28 days Southampton/Caribbean - balcony cabin for £1500, missing all the pre-Christmas hoo ha but back in time for Christmas dinner. :o

Unmissable?


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Re: Sail of the Century?

Post by Ray Scully » 13 Oct 2013, 13:48

kaymar wrote:D318 - Adonia - 28 days Southampton/Caribbean - balcony cabin for £1500, missing all the pre-Christmas hoo ha but back in time for Christmas dinner. :o

Unmissable?

...and there's more
Azura and Ventura transatlantics, insides for £599, less that the return air fare.
I sincerely hope that those who booked this cruise when the brochure came out get a substantial upgrade or OBC.

Ray

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Re: Sail of the Century?

Post by Mervyn and Trish » 13 Oct 2013, 16:06

Okay for the good sailors but there is no way, even if they gave us the trip, we'd risk crossing the Atlantic at that time of the year without being able to choose our relatively stable midships cabin. Of course you could get lucky with the Getaway cabin allocation or the weather of both, but for us the risk of five days or more feeling ill is not worth the saving. For those who can do it, have a great time.


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Re: Sail of the Century?

Post by Frank Manning » 03 Nov 2013, 10:00

Has anyone noticed that Adonia does not seem to be venturing into the Med much next year? Its all Baltic, Scandi or Spain. We have been trying to decide on a cruise, and we really would like to try her out, but she seems very expensive, and limited in itinerary. The Keil week cruise is very expensive, and we have done St Petersburg a few times now so it is less of an attraction.

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