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Mexico Travel Guide

Are you thinking of booking a cruise? If so, a Mexico cruise unlocks a vibrant world of diverse experiences, from sun-drenched beaches and turquoise waters to ancient ruins and lively cultural festivals. Mexico, a land bathed in sunshine and cultural richness, promises an unforgettable adventure. As your cruise ship hugs the scenic coastline, you're offered a unique vantage point to appreciate the country's stunning beauty. Beyond the breathtaking beaches, Mexico has multiple significant historical sites, reflecting its ancient civilizations and lively markets that pulse with the heart of its contemporary culture. Dive, dine, dance, and discover - every port of call in Mexico presents a new opportunity to engage with its spellbinding charm and endless activities. It's not just a cruise; it's a captivating journey into the heart of one of the world's most colorful countries. With cruise line volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 80% versus the brochure price! Book your Mexico cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted cruise headquarters.

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Celebrity AscentCaribbean - WesternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale7 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | Nassau, Bahamas$1,199
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MSC SeashoreCaribbeanPort CanaveralPort Canaveral7 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas | Port Canaveral (Orlando)$489
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Holland AmericaNieuw StatendamCaribbean - EasternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale14 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | Grand Turk, Great Britain | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Ocho Rios, Jamaica | San Juan, Puerto Rico | St. Thomas, Virgin Islands$1,559
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MSC DivinaCaribbeanMiamiMiami7 NightsCozumel, Mexico | George Town, Cayman Islands | Miami, Florida | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas | Ocho Rios, Jamaica$619
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Holland AmericaNieuw StatendamCaribbean - WesternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale7 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | Ocho Rios, Jamaica$1,499
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Celebrity SummitBahamasMiamiMiami5 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Miami, Florida | Nassau, Bahamas$649
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Royal CaribbeanVoyager of the SeasMexicoGalvestonGalveston5 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Galveston, Texas$1,405
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Carnival SunriseCaribbean - WesternMiamiMiami4 NightsCozumel, Mexico | Miami, Florida$252
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PrincessEmerald PrincessPanama CanalFt. LauderdaleLos Angeles (San Pedro)15 NightsCartagena, Colombia | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Huatulco, Mexico | Los Angeles (San Pedro) | Panama Canal | Puerto Amador, Panama | Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | Puntarenas, Costa Rica | San Juan, Nicaragua$899
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Holland AmericaEurodamCaribbean - WesternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale10 NightsBelize City, Belize | Cozumel, Mexico | Falmouth, Jamaica | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Nassau, Bahamas | Roatan, Honduras$899
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Holland AmericaEurodamCaribbean - WesternFt. LauderdaleFt. Lauderdale21 NightsAntigua | Basseterre, St. Kitts | Belize City, Belize | Castries, St. Lucia | Cozumel, Mexico | Falmouth, Jamaica | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Half Moon Cay, Bahamas | Key West, Florida | Philipsburg, St. Maarten | Roatan, Honduras | Roseau, Dominica | St. Thomas, Virgin Islands$3,629
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PrincessIsland PrincessCaribbeanCape TownLos Angeles (San Pedro)64 NightsAgadir, Morocco | Athens (Piraeus), Greece | Barcelona, Spain | Cadiz, Spain | Cape Town, South Africa | Cartagena, Colombia | Catania, Sicily | Civitavecchia, Italy | Ft. Lauderdale, Florida | Funchal, Portugal | Genoa, Italy | Gibraltar, United Kingdom | Huatulco, Mexico | Iraklion, Greece | Kusadasi, Turkey | Lanzarote, Spain | Lisbon, Portugal | Livorno, Italy | Los Angeles (San Pedro) | Malaga, Spain | Marseille, France | Mindelo, Cape Verde Island | Mykonos, Greece | Naples, Italy | Panama Canal | Puerto Vallarta, Mexico | Puntarenas, Costa Rica | Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda | Tenerife, Canary Islands | Toulon, France | Walvis Bay, Namibia$9,496
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10 reviews
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Norwegian PrimaCaribbean - WesternGalvestonGalveston7 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Harvest Caye, Belize | Roatan Bay Islands, Honduras$2,769
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OceaniaVistaMexicoMiamiMiami7 NightsCosta Maya | Cozumel | Harvest Caye | Miami | Roatan
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Royal CaribbeanEnchantment of the SeasCaribbean - WesternTampaTampa7 NightsBelize City, Belize | Costa Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Roatan, Honduras | Tampa, Florida$1,099
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68 reviews
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Royal CaribbeanVoyager of the SeasCaribbean - WesternGalvestonGalveston5 NightsCosta Maya, Mexico | Cozumel, Mexico | Galveston, Texas$1,126
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PrincessCrown PrincessHawaiiSan FranciscoSan Francisco16 NightsEnsenada, Mexico | Hilo, Hawaii | Honolulu, Hawaii | Kauai, Hawaii | Lahaina, Hawaii | San Francisco, California$1,250
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Disney FantasyCaribbean - WesternPort CanaveralPort Canaveral7 Nights Castaway Cay, Bahamas | Cozumel, Mexico | Falmouth, Jamaica | Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands | Port Canaveral, FL $2,499
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MSC SeascapeBahamasMiamiMiami7 NightsCozumel, Mexico | George Town, Cayman Islands | Miami, Florida | Montego Bay, Jamaica | Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve,Bahamas$1,039
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Norwegian BlissMexicoLos Angeles (San Pedro)Los Angeles (San Pedro)7 NightsCabo San Lucas, Mexico | Los Angeles, CA | Mazatlan, Mexico | Puerto Vallarta, Mexico$1,069
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Mexico Travel Guide

Mexico Cruises Highlights

  • Cozumel: Cozumel is an island gem known for its sparkling beaches and ancient Mayan ruins. Here, the port is a bustling spot, brimming with duty-free shops, lively bars, and links to unforgettable diving sites. It's a world-renowned cruise hub, so expect top-notch facilities catering to every traveler's need.
  • Cabo San Lucas: At the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula is Cabo San Lucas, offering a mix of relaxation and high-octane adventure. The port, just a stone's throw from pristine beaches and the iconic El Arco rock formation serves as a launchpad for activities like deep-sea fishing, jet-skiing, or simply basking in the sun at a luxury beach club.
  • Puerto Vallarta: Puerto Vallarta marries the old and new, with its modern port facilities surrounded by classic cobblestone streets leading you into the heart of Mexican culture. Don't miss the seafront promenade, with sculptures, shops, cultural performances, and some of the best dining spots in the area.
  • Mazatlan: Finally, there's the less-trodden port of Mazatlan, with its rich history and glorious sandy beaches. Near the cruise terminal, the Golden Zone beckons with restaurants, local handicraft stores, and opportunities for aquatic adventures.
  • Chichén Itzá: No visit to Mexico is complete without witnessing this majestic World Heritage Site. The step pyramid, known as El Castillo, is a testament to the astronomical expertise of the ancient Mayans. Every stone whispers legends, making it an enchanting historical journey.
  • The Beaches of Cozumel: Famous for their turquoise waters, these beaches are perfect for snorkeling, diving, or, if you prefer, lounging. The Palancar Reef invites you to explore the second-largest barrier reef system in the world, hosting vibrant marine life.
  • Tulum Ruins: Imagine a Mayan city overlooking the blue sea. Tulum offers exactly that! A walled city with ruins that hold centuries of history, it's a picturesque blend of culture and natural beauty. The clifftop Castillo is a standout feature.
  • Xcaret Park: Ready for fun with a side of learning? Xcaret is a theme park where you can relish in Mexico's ecological and archaeological richness. From underground rivers to live shows, it's a universe of excitement.
  • Xcaret Park: Ready for fun with a side of learning? Xcaret is a theme park where you can relish in Mexico's ecological and archaeological richness. From underground rivers to live shows, it's a universe of excitement.
  • Malecón in Puerto Vallarta: This boardwalk is the heartbeat of Puerto Vallarta, with street performers, sculptures, shops, and a dynamic view of the Banderas Bay. It encapsulates the lively spirit of Mexico.
  • Teotihuacan Pyramids: Step back in time with the awe-inspiring Pyramids of the Sun and the Moon. Their size and historical grandeur are a real-life history lesson, offering panoramic views of the ruins and beyond from the top.

Mexico Cruises Travel Tips

  • Mexico is rich in traditions, and a friendly attitude towards residents goes a long way. Try learning a few Spanish phrases like "Hola" (Hello), "Gracias" (Thank you), and "Por favor" (Please) - these small efforts are highly appreciated.
  • Safety is crucial. While cruises and tourist areas are generally secure, it's good practice to stay in groups, watch your belongings, and avoid less-traveled areas, especially at night.
  • Now, let's talk money. The local currency is the Mexican Peso, but US dollars are widely accepted in most tourist spots. It's handy to keep small bills for tips and local markets, where haggling is common.
  • The weather can change considerably from region to region, so keep this in mind when planning when to go to Mexico. 
  • Always try the unique Mexican food, because this is the one time you have the chance! Street is by far one of the best. 
  • Packing-wise, your suitcase should match Mexico's weather. Think light clothing and a swimsuit for the sunny beach days, coupled with comfortable footwear for those city tours. Don't forget your sunscreen, a hat, and sunglasses to protect against those UV rays. Evenings can be cooler, so a light jacket would be a great idea. Lastly, you could include an adaptor for Mexican sockets (type A and B plugs) to keep your gadgets charged while off the boat.

Mexico Cruises Things To Do

  • Iglesia de San Juan Chamula
    Iglesia de San Juan Chamula

    This is much different from any of the other churches you will ever be in. It is something you have to see for your own eyes. Once you are inside, you are not allowed to take pictures or have your phone. You will see thousands of candles, pine needles on the ground to sit on, a lot of chanting and sacrifices happening. It is a must on the list of to-dos.   

    Best Time To Visit

    There is no good time to visit, as you want to go whenever you can. You can go during the warmer months, or cooler ones. Since it is inside, you can even go and enjoy your time when it is raining.   

     

    You Should Know

    This is not an attraction, it is real life and it is how people believe and pray, so be respectful, even if it is different. It is highly recommended that you go with a guide, so they can explain everything to you.
  • Hierve el Agua
    Hierve el Agua

    This is a petrified waterfall, and it is one of two in all of the world. This means it is a site you want to stop when you are in the area. Created by a mineral-rich spring, they are cool to the touch and provide swimming holes for those who want to cool down when it is too hot outside.   

    Best Time To Visit

    Many say that the best time to take a dip is during the hotter months because of the ability to swim in the falls and man-made swimming holes. However, it is busier during this season.  

     

    You Should Know

    You can go on a tour that brings you to some other ideal places such as Mezcal Farm and the ruins of Mitla.
  • Chapultepec Castle
    Chapultepec Castle

    This is a castle that provides a view of the entire Mexico City. You will feel like you are a part of France and transported out of Mexico entirely because of the beauty of this castle and the architecture it boasts. Beautiful murals and lavish rooms welcome you inside.   

    Best Time To Visit

    Those who wish to see this castle are welcome to visit whenever they have time. Visiting in any weather and any part of the month is good.   

     

    You Should Know

    Walking through the park next door is one of the best ways to get to the castle, plus it's like an extra excursion along the way.
  • Temazcal Ceremony
    Temazcal Ceremony

    Touch on the spiritual aspects of being in Mexico when you take part in an ancient Mayan ritual. The dome is heated, and you would go in and get ‘whipped' with a special massage technique and herbs. It is interesting and while it might not be for everyone, it is a piece of the area.  

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to participate in a Temazcal Ceremony is any time in the fall or spring months, as the summer might be unbearably hot inside the dome for some.   

     

    You Should Know

    You can read up on this type of ceremony and ritual ahead of time to see if it is right for you.
  • Malecon Boardwalk
    Malecon Boardwalk

    This boardwalk allows you to walk down, see everything, purchase items in shops, and even try some delicious Mexican food. This is right by the water, so you can go down and touch the shore with bare feet or stay up on the boardwalk and watch the people walk by.   

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to go to the Malecon is when the weather is warmer, it is sunny out and you want to be walking in the sunshine. Of course, some of the months are too hot for some so planning accordingly is ideal.   

     

    You Should Know

    Some of the shops are high-class and costly. Along the street, there are cheap alcohol drinks along the way. Avoid street vendors because they may try to push their items on you.
  • African Safari
    African Safari

    Watching Safari animals is always a good thing to do and exciting for many. With large animals you can see up close, this is a great spot for families, singles, and children. Many of the animals can be fed through their enclosures since this is an open-air Safari.   

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to take a Safari is when the weather is sunny, it is not raining, and it is a warm or comfortable temperature to walk down the paths in.  

     

    You Should Know

    You can book shows throughout the safari to see the animals up close and personal or watch them do specific things. They are open every day of the year and appreciate donations to help care for the animals. There is a small entry fee for those who are visiting.
  • Balandra Beach
    Balandra Beach

    The waters are crystal clear and not that deep. During high tide times, the water goes up to the waist, while low tide brings the water to knee level. The sandy beaches are white, comfortable, and warm. This is a must-see and must-loved beach to visit. It is one of the top ten beaches worth visiting.   

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to go to the beach is in the late spring, early summer months, or even later on in summer if you want to be there during the very hot times of the year.   

     

    You Should Know

    It is generally not super busy or crowded, so you will see what it is like to have your own private beach. There are a number of other attractions and restaurants right around the area.
  • Chichen Itza
    Chichen Itza

    These are ancient ruins that are a big historic part of the area. There are a number of complexes, but the three most known as the Great North Platform, El Castillo, and the Temple of Warriors. Take your time looking through this area, there is plenty to see, learn, and take in while you walk through.   

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to tour Chichen Itza is when it is not raining and when the temperatures are comfortable, even a bit cool or hot.   

     

    You Should Know

    This can take hours, or up to a whole day to go through all of the temples and complexes in the area. They do charge admission to go and see the ruins, up to $50 per person.

Mexico Cruise Packages

Quick Facts

Embarking on a Mexico cruise is a fantastic idea year-round, but certain times might just give you that extra slice of paradise. Mexico enjoys a warm climate overall, but for that perfect balance of sunny skies and pleasant temperatures, consider booking your cruise between November and April. This period allows you to escape the winter chills and avoid Mexico's rainy season, which typically runs from June to October.

If you're a fan of vibrant festivities, plan your trip around cultural events like the Day of the Dead in November or Carnaval in February. However, remember that the peak season from December to March also means more tourists and higher prices. For those seeking serenity, May and November offer mild weather with fewer crowds, ensuring a peaceful retreat. No matter when you go, a Mexico cruise promises enchanting experiences, but choosing your timing wisely can elevate your journey to unforgettable.

  • Getting There

    Mexico, a captivating country that bridges the gap between North and South America, is flanked by the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea on the east. This strategic location ensures it's a prominent destination on many cruise itineraries, with accessible ports that promise smooth sailings.  

    Cruise ships to Mexico often embark from maritime hubs in the USA, such as Los Angeles, San Diego, or Miami, capitalizing on the proximity and offering diverse itineraries. These journeys glide through blue waters, docking at inviting ports like Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, or Cabo San Lucas. Each port serves as a gateway to the region's rich cultural tapestry, with facilities that cater efficiently to sea-bound tourists, making transitions from ship to shore seamless and part of the adventure itself. Whether it's a western or eastern coastal route, getting to Mexico by cruise is a voyage that combines comfort with discovery.

  • The Perfect Time for a Mexico Cruise

    Embarking on a Mexico cruise is an enticing adventure year-round, but timing your voyage can significantly enhance the experience. Mexico's warm climate is a constant draw, but cruising between November and April strikes the perfect balance of sunny skies and pleasant temperatures. This period is ideal for cruising as it lets you dodge the winter chills of home and avoid Mexico's rainy season, which typically spans from June to October.  

    Cruising to Mexico during specific cultural events like the Day of the Dead in November or Carnaval in February adds a vibrant layer to your journey. These months are steeped in rich traditions and offer cruisers a unique insight into Mexico's cultural heritage.

    However, cruising in the peak season from December to March also means you'll encounter more tourists and potentially higher prices. For cruisers seeking a quieter, more serene experience, May and November are excellent choices. These months provide mild weather and fewer crowds, making cruising more peaceful and allowing more intimate interactions with the local culture and landscapes. A cruise to Mexico is always a journey filled with enchanting experiences, but selecting the right time can turn a great trip into an extraordinary one, with each season offering its unique charms and attractions.  

  • Why Book a Cruise to Mexico?

    Setting sail on a cruise to Mexico is not just a holiday; it's your ticket to a stress-free, value-packed adventure. Why cram your days with travel logistics when a cruise ships you smoothly from one exotic location to another? Your floating hotel introduces you to Mexico's stunning coastline views, often illuminated by breathtaking sunsets that you won't experience anywhere else.

    But there's more! Cruises often come with exclusive perks like private beach getaways and priority access to major attractions, skipping those long tourist lines. Have you ever heard of a private cooking session with a top chef in Cozumel? Or an exclusive dive into a secluded cenote? These are the types of unique experiences some cruises can offer.

    And let's not forget, these ships are packed with amenities. After a day of exploration, there's nothing like unwinding with gourmet meals, entertainment shows, or a soothing spa session. All these, paired with impeccable service, make cruising to Mexico more than just travel – it's an experience you deserve.

  • Experience the Flavors of Mexico

    Set sail on a culinary journey through Mexico, a paradise for food lovers! The Mexican cuisine, a flavorful fusion of indigenous Mesoamerican and European influences, is so diverse that you'll find something to tantalize your taste buds at every port.

    One cannot think of Mexican food without the famous tacos. Available nearly everywhere, from high-end restaurants to street-side stalls, these delights are a must-try with a variety of fillings like carne asada (grilled meat) or the fresher pescado (fish) version. Don't miss out on sampling enchiladas, tamales, and the iconic guacamole, offering a burst of authentic flavors.

    Quench your thirst with local beverages like the spirited Tequila or its milder cousin, Mezcal. For a non-alcoholic refresher, try Horchata, a sweet rice drink that's perfect for cooling down under the Mexican sun.

    While onboard, make sure your cruise itinerary includes local dining experiences. Restaurants near ports often serve the freshest seafood dishes, drawing on local catches. Remember, the true essence of Mexican cuisine lies in its variety and freshness, so be bold, try everything, and let Mexico's flavors lead you on an unforgettable journey!

  • Immerse Yourself in Mexican Culture

    Taking a cruise to Mexico promises more than scenic views and exotic foods; it's a ticket to dive deep into the vibrant culture that pulses through this country. Every port in Mexico tells a different story, where historical legacy breathes life into its present-day.

    The Mexicans' deep-rooted customs are evident in their warm hospitality. Greet locals with a smile and an enthusiastic "Hola!" and you'll feel like part of the community. Traditional music styles, like the heart-stirring Mariachi or the dynamic Banda, are integral to local celebrations, creating an atmosphere that's nothing short of contagious.

    Mexico's calendar is dotted with festivals. If your timing aligns, experiencing 'Dia de los Muertos' (Day of the Dead) is profound, where families honor their ancestors with joy rather than sorrow. Another spectacle, 'Cinco de Mayo,' showcases spirited parades and dance performances.

  • Ready to Book Your Mexico Cruise?

    Ready for the journey of a lifetime? A Mexico cruise isn't just a getaway; it's an entry into a world of breathtaking coastlines, ancient ruins, and lively culture. Imagine spending your days exploring vibrant markets, your afternoons uncovering historic Mayan secrets, and your evenings savoring world-class cuisine, all while the soothing sea carries you from one adventure to the next. 

    But the magic of Mexico isn't just in its landscapes; it's in the rhythm of life, from the mariachi bands serenading you in balmy plazas to the local artisans sharing stories through their crafts. It's a complete sensory journey, where every port of call offers a new dish to taste, a new dance to learn, and a new wonder to explore.

    Don't wait for the moment; seize it! Your passage to unforgettable experiences is just a cruise away. Embrace the spontaneity, pack your spirit of adventure, and book your Mexico cruise today!

Mexico Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a Cruise to Mexico?

    A cruise to Mexico is an affordable, all-inclusive way to visit Mexico and Cancun, and those areas and beaches around the area. The islands around the area are just as beautiful to spend some time in. Cruises provide amenities both on and off the ship, so you always have something to do when the time comes. 

  • What Comes with a Mexican Cruise?

    These cruises are all-inclusive, so you can obtain the best of all that cruising has to offer. Food and meals are included, as well as simple drinks. Alcoholic drinks, items you purchase as gifts, and some excursions are extra but many of the activities and amenities, as well as the room you're staying in, are all included in the price. 

  • How Much Does a Mexican Cruise Cost?

    The price to go on a cruise to Mexico can change depending on where you are taking off from, how many days the cruise is, what type of room you have, the time of year, cruise ship, and more. However, the prices can range from around $400 to $1,000 per person. This is affordable when considering that it is all-inclusive. 

  • What is the Best Cruise to Take to Mexico?

    The best cruise to take to Mexico depends on your needs, which you prefer to take, what they are offering, the price, and more. Looking through the many options available is ideal. Some of the more popular Mexico cruises you can go on include the Disney Wonder, Grand Princess, Eurodam, and Norwegian Joy or Bliss. We can set you up with a cruise line that works with you, and ensure you obtain the most affordable prices. 

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