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Future Cruise to Bermuda

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Hi.

I need some advice on a future cruise to Bermuda. It hasn't been offical yet. My dad and I are researching possibilities for a cruise in 2010. I've only been on Carnival but they don't go to Bermuda. So we are trying for a different cruiseline. However, we need a few basic needs:

1. Cruiseport: Out of NYC, Bayonne, or Philly (We don't want to fly to a cruiseport).
2. Port in Kings Wharf, Bermuda.
3. A cabin that has a sofa bed as well(I know balcony cabins have them but I don't know if we'll plan that this time).
4. The price for staterooms and excursions.

From research on Travelocity I did, three cruises fit.
NCL Dawn-NYC.
Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas-Bayonne.
Celebrity Summit-Bayonne.

Any advice to plan and get ideas would really help us plan when the time comes to select our cruise. Thanks.

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