How to Score a Last-Minute Cruise Deal Right Now

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Aug 1. After two years of turmoil in the cruise industry because of COVID-19, planning a cruise vacation looks different now than before the pandemic began – in a number of positive ways. Travelers eager to return to sea as soon as possible may be able to take advantage of current industry trends ranging from cheaper deals to more flexible cancellation policies. 

There are several new cruise ships to experience (including the highly anticipated Disney Wish), and cruise lines are no longer required to publicly track COVID-19 cases on ships – a hopeful sign that the cruise industry is able to effectively manage the risks of coronavirus. 

The best development for potential passengers is that cruising is set to be one of the cheapest ways to travel in late 2022, with many cruise lines advertising rates for less than $60 a night on new bookings. These cruise deals include a variety of itineraries in the Eastern Caribbean (including the Bahamas), Western Caribbean, Mexico and beyond. 

If you’re ready to set sail in late 2022 or 2023, here’s how you can book your dream cruise vacation for less. 

Source: U.S.News  

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