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Fall in Love with Fall Cruise Deals on Cruise Critic


Pennington, NJ – September 18, 2007 – Cruise Critic, the world’s leading resource for cruise reviews and news, is the best place to find cruise deals any time of year - but fall offers additional incentives and voyages worth considering. Cruise Critic reveals five ways to save on a cruise vacation this fall.

1. Look beyond the
Caribbean. Caribbean cruises are usually cheaper in the fall because it's the height of hurricane season. This year, we're also seeing savings in tropical locales like Bermuda, the Bahamas and the Mexican Riviera - where a four-night itinerary on Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas begins at $169.

2. Repositioning. These cruises offer phenomenal value and unusual itineraries, if you don’t mind a few sea days. A 15-night fall repositioning on Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Jewel (
Europe to Caribbean) starts at $699.

3. Go long. Longer cruises often offer value - especially this fall. In November or December you can sail on Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas for 11 nights from just $599; the itinerary is "exotic"
Southern Caribbean.

4. Be open to last-minute sailings. Can you sail next week? If you can pack at the drop of a hat, you can spend a week in
Bermuda aboard Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Majesty from $299.

5. Leap to luxury cruising. The real deal this fall is not shock-value pricing but value for money. With autumn discounts, there's no better time to try a luxury cruise. Crystal Cruises has a 10-night
Caribbean cruise from $3,145; we've seen the same sailing listed for $6,490.

All deals are subject to change and sell out quickly. Visit our Cruise Deals section for the latest bargains.

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