I found a great transatlantic cruise, at a really great price, and I am looking for a cabin mate who would like to share a cabin, for the purpose of avoiding the expensive single supplement.
I booked a 15-day, 14-night transatlantic cruise on RCCL's luxurious "Voyager of the Seas", which will depart Barcelona, Spain, on Nov. 7, and conclude in Galveston, TX, on Nov. 21, 2010. The total cost of this transatlantic cruise is a real cruise/travel "bargain"---just $899 (including port charges) for a balcony cabin, plus about $98 in gov't fees.
The "Voyager of the Seas" is the perfect cruise ship to take a transatlantic cruise, since this ship offers so many amenities. Some of the great amenities on the "Voyager of the Seas" include: an ice-skating rink (where professional ice-skaters perform, and those performers teach passengers how to ice skate during the days at sea); a miniature golf course; a golf simulator; a rock-climbing wall; an in-line skating rink (for "roller-blading"); a full-size basketball/volleyball court; a large fitness center; swimming pools; hot tubs; lots of bars and lounges which offer live entertainment; a large casino; and a movie theatre.
There are some wonderful ports-of-call on this transatlantic crossing:
Barcelona, Spain (one of the liveliest cities in Europe);
Cartagena, Spain, (one of the oldest cities in Europe, with great history and well-preserved Roman "ruins");
Madiera (beautiful island which produces Madiera wine);
Santa Cruz, Canary Islands (popular vacation destination);
Nassau, Bahamas (home to what is arguably the best resort in the world---the "Atlantis Resort"); and
Galveston (Houston), Texas, home to the NASA Johnson Space Center.
I have achieved "Diamond Plus" status with Royal Caribbean. The advantage to you is that my cabin mate will share the "Diamond Plus" perks, including unlimited drinks (alcoholic and soft drinks) from 5 - 8 pm each evening. In addition, you may go on "behind-the-scenes" tours.
About me--I am a Caucasian, college-educated male, who enjoys traveling and meeting new people. I travel well with all types of people. I am "easy-to-get-to-know" and "easy-to-get-along-with". I am a non-smoker and a non-snorer. I am willing to travel with a smoker, provided there is no smoking in our cabin, and I can travel with those who snore as well. I am told that I am a great guy to travel with, as I am a good conversationalist (but also know when to be quiet as well), personable, interesting, and a fun guy.
If you would be interested in discussing this cruise, we can communicate more via email and phone. You may first email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org