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Old October 20th, 2010, 06:16 PM
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Default Seeking F 30s Roommate for Norwegian EPIC 11/27

Hi,

I am new to this board (and to singles cruising) and came across a special on the 11/27 sailing of the Norwegian EPIC to the W. Caribbean. The special is for $549 per person (not including taxes/fees) to share an inside cabin, and of course, this is based on double occupancy so I thought I would see if anyone would be interested in rooming.

I was looking into this cruise as part of a hosted single cruise by Escapade Cruises so there will be other singles there. Their rate is about $100 higher. We probably won't be invited to their mixers but we'll probably all meet each other at some point during the cruise. (singles unite!)

I'm looking for a Female in her 30s to share in the fun and potentially some activities with. Message me if you're interested!

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Old October 21st, 2010, 02:29 PM
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Default just a suggestion...

but if you are going on the epic...dont they have those single studios that everyone is raving about?? or are they fully booked up?
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Yes but it will still cost $1125...where a singles supplement for an inside cabin is around $1200. I don't get what the fuss is about...the studios aren't that much cheaper, plus you get a smaller room.
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Old October 23rd, 2010, 08:01 AM
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the difference is simply that with your own cabin, you do not have to share with a stranger, with no supplement...and you also get the benefit of the singles social club on board... I think the rooms look quite nice for just occupying one person. anyway, it was just a suggestion but seeing as you already know what you want...I'll keep my mouth shut.
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