I know I’m very early but I’m just checking the interest for a 7-night Canada-New England Cruise next year.
I cannot go this year since I have another cruise booked for late October but if the prices are about the same next year as they are this year, I would be interested in sharing the following cruises with 2 additional female roommates (they have a good price for the 3rd passenger making it inexpensive for us all). I am looking for 2 non-smoker female roomates of any age, race and marital status (I’m a non-smoker, 30 year-old, white female who is in a serious relationship with my boyfriend but he doesn’t get as much vacation as I do). The only thing that I ask is that we each respect each other at all times.
The cruises I am interested in are those ones – I am a Latitudes member so I quoted those prices. You would also get invited to the past passenger cocktail party with free drinks and prize draw (I think, since sharing my cabin):
Boston to Quebec City – October 9, 2009: http://www.vacationstogo.com/fastdea...20262&disp=102
And maybe the previous cruise if you’d like a 14-nighter (different itinerary):
Quebec City to Boston – October 2nd, 2009:
This year, each 7-night segment at triple occupancy cost 550$pp (taxes and port charges are INCLUDED in that price - only 78$pp/day). It is an incredible deal for a Canada-New England Cruise with such a great itinerary and so many port days, especially if you are from the northeast and can avoid a pricey flight. If we can get the same prices next year, would you be interested to come with me?
If you wonder if 3 people in an inside room would be too much, here are some information about the rooms on the Spirit: http://www.ncl.com/nclweb/fleet/stat...hipCode=SPIRIT
(at the very bottom are the inside stateroom and you can click “floorplan” to get an idea. By the way, they changed the awful striped bed comforters during last refurbishment of the ship, you won’t have to endure this. If we are reasonable on the amount of luggage and keep the room tidy, I think it’s manageable (personally, I won’t be in the room too much, just to sleep, change clothes and maybe an afternoon nap, but that’s all).
Norwegian Dawn – setup for 4 with U-Shape beds and pull down bed (we would only need one or the other, not both, of course): http://good-times.webshots.com/photo...99991182tnPzsf
Instead of the small bed they have in the picture, it would be the single sofa-bed on the Spirit (the Dawn has smaller rooms without a sofa)
I have sailed twice on the Spirit and I LOVE this ship. Laid-back but with many activities and a good nightlife (though not a “party” ship) and the best crew ever.
If you are interested, you can reply on this thread or email me directly at jplamondon2001 @ hotmail.com. I’ll reply and keep your email address for next year if the price is right.
I hope to hear from you!