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Old October 10th, 2018, 12:34 PM
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Given you're new at this, I highly suggest you talk to a reputable Cruise Specialist, as they will be able to assist you with finding the perfect cruise for you given your needs, lifestyle, and budget.

Also, they can provide information on ships that offer studio cabins (cabins for 1 person without a single supplement charge) or those that don't have studio cabins, where you'll have to pay a single supplement, which would almost double your cost.

And lastly, their expertise can be invaluable, especially when they don't charge any fees and can help find you the best rates.

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