Originally Posted by busterboy
How much do cruise ships charge a single booking a cabin over two to a cabin?
Would enjoy taking a cruise alone and was wondering...I know it depends on the length of the cruise but if anyone has travel alone in a cabin give me an idea.
It can vary from line to line, from ship to ship, and from cruise to cruise. Most of the time a single passenger will pay from 150% to a full 200% of the regular fare.
There are options, such as guaranteed share programs that match you with a cabinmate of the same sex. There are also occasional specials offered.
Absolutely the best way to get good information is to find a good local Travel Agent who is a CLIA Accredited Cruise Counselor (look for the agent's diploma on the wall, not just an agency sticker). Ask your friends and co-workers for a recommendation. The service is entirely free to you. ACC's are trained to find the very best cruise for you, after learning your personal situation and preferences, and work hard to get you the very best rate.
Have a GREAT cruise!