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Old 04-23-2005, 12:19 PM
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You know on some of the cruise websites there is a place to choose number of days for cruise. Is there really 1 or 2 day cruises?
Personally I like the longer ones I just wondered?
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You know on some of the cruise websites there is a place to choose number of days for cruise. Is there really 1 or 2 day cruises?
Personally I like the longer ones I just wondered?
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Some lines do a cruise to nowhere 1-2 days to introduce a new ship. Princess has what they call Coastal Cruising for their repositioning for the Alaska season. They have 1,2, 3 days offered.
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Old 04-24-2005, 08:04 AM
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Hi

Although we take longer cruises for family holidays, I have booked a 2 nighter on the new P&O Arcadia with some friends next year. Its a good idea for a weekend break, especially if you live near to a departure port. They are also popular with first-timers taking them as 'taster' cruises to see if they want to indulge in the real thing.
Keep checking the websites, as these are often sold for a great price, better than a couple of nights in a hotel.. and much more fun!

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I checked on www.cruisesonly.com and nothing came up could some one give me a website that might bring up some? What ports do they leave out of. We have two longer cruises scheduled but I would like to take a short one to try it out with our younger kids and see how they do.
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Check out the Princess website.
Most are out on the West Coast, and some from Vancouver.
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There are some on Carnivals website leaving out of Richmond and Charleston
 
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