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Old July 1st, 2008, 10:31 AM
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Originally Posted by rinker250
We kinda agree.

I meant specifically the cost of the cabin before extras. They want/need that flat income per day whether the ship is moving or not.

To have a 2 night stay at a port in the Carribean on a five day cruise stop. I would not think that to be much of a cruise.

To stay overnight at 3 ports turns a 5 day scruise into 8 or so and starts to price the average working slob (like me!!) out of the cruise.

I agree that the ship is the destination with the ports being a bonus or a diversion.

Like Dave, my wife and I also enjoy land vacations. I highly recommend 5 days in Ixtapa on an all-inclusive at the El Presidente. Suite for two and everything (EVERYTHING) included for under $2K.
So now that a cruise I was eyeballing stops in Ixtapa. It's a seven day out of San Diego (I can drive). It goes to Acapulco, Mexico; Zihuatanejo/Ixtapa, Mexico; Manzanillo, Mexico. I haven't been to any of these ports before. Seven day cost of balcony room $799 (before the extras) Oct 09. Also fuel charge and taxes not included
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