I am looking at a three-day cruise offered on Radisson Seven Seas Mariner. It's as expensive as a seven-day on other lines, and I understand why. But my question is, has anyone done this, and is it just too short? It almost doesn't seem worth it because it would be over with so soon.
Also, we will be ages 26 and 29 at sailing - it would be our honeymoon - would we feel out of place?
Post Edited (02-05-03 16:00)
Now posting as MichelleP.
Don't worry about it Michelle. All of us CM message boarders have decided we are going to send you and Mark our credit cards for your honeymoon so you can book a 14 day cruise on Raddison..............our treat ! All your expenses will be covered by us. Go and have a good time. Aren't we great people????
<smiling and winking too>
P.S. Phyllis, Kuki, Pamda, and Boomer said they will each pick up the first $10,000 on their cards. Don't you love them???
I was booked on the Dec 12th 3 day sailing until we decided to do canal instead. Three days will be a good introduction. However, some reports from the 3 day on the Navigator last year were not the best.
I would book Cat H. Ernie should be able to get you a discount off the "cheap" fare. By comparison, I spent $520 pp for the 3 day on the Sov of the Seas Cat C upgraded to Cat A. No comparison between the two.
You will enjoy the food, be able to explore the ship, and relax....all for less money than staying in the Grand Floridian for the same three nights.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
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