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White - Answered a Question by hodgson (07 Jan 08 14:58)

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has a very high ratio of single cabins (inside and outside) and cater well for the single traveller. Better than paying a single supplement. They are smaller more intimate ships, which make it far easier to make friends than the larger ship.

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Smith - Answered a Question by hodgson (07 Jan 08 17:32)

Island Escape do single cabin.

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Brierley - Answered a Question by hodgson (08 Jan 08 12:30)

Some P&O Cruises are fairly low single supplement. Best bet is to phone up one of the Cruise Specialists and talk to a Cruise Consultant, they are the experts and should be able to help you find a good value cruise.

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