Last minute cruising

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Aug 25th, 1998, 09:39 AM
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William
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Last minute cruising

My wife and I have reached a point in our lives when we can travel on very short notice. Since we love to cruise we would like to find a clearing house for empty cabins that otherwise would go unbooked if not sold at a greatly reduced price at the last minute. Is there such an outlet or am I just dreaming? Do the cruise lines discount shortly before debarkation?
 
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Aug 28th, 1998, 07:39 PM
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Frank
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William, It looks as if you may be from the Roanoke, VA area. I am from the great Northwest state of Washington and I am a cruise consultant for the Cruising Co, etc. We focus on cruising, resorts and leisure vacations. Frequently we receive notices from the cruise lines that are very good deals. Most cruise lines have restrictions as not allowing these fares to be advertised on the internet. However, our agency just this weekend opened our web site. It is www.cruisingco.com, if you would like to consider visiting our site and filling out a travel profile and/or quote request, we could very possibly find some cruises that fit your requests. Thanks Frank
 
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Sep 4th, 1998, 03:57 AM
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J Vaughn
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Moments Notice (momentsnotice.com) is an excellent resource for last minute travel bargains. You can browse the web site as a guest or pay a $25/year fee to receive e-mails of specials. The company is frequently recommended in Frommers Daily Newsletter.
 
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