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This Is One of the Best Weeks to Book a Cruise Vacation

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Grab your captain's hat and get ready to set sail, we've found all-time low cruise deals departing as soon as Monday! Check out this week's best travel deals for cruises to the Caribbean, Bahamas, and Pacific coast. Use up the rest of your leave on a Carnival Cruise 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise or claim a bad case of the flu and sail to the Bahamas on a 4-Night Princess Cruise. (Hey, it could be medicinal!) With savings of up to $600 on these cruises, there's never been a better time to sail off into the sunset.

  1. Royal CaribbeanRoyal Caribbean 4-Night Bahamas Cruise for Two Departing Monday
    Vendor: CheapCruises.com
    Price: From $214
    Lowest By: $4
    Expires: September 15

    Is It Worth It?: Got plans next week? Cancel them! This Editor's Choice Bahamas cruise is worth it: it's the cheapest 4-night cruise we've seen on any cruise line this year. Board the Majesty of the Seas in Miami and slip into the Caribbean spirit of this ship as you cruise around Nassau, Bahamas; Coco Cay, Bahamas; and Key West.

    This roundtrip cruise aboard the Majesty of the Seas on September 15 departs from Miami, FL, with stops in Nassau, Bahamas; Coco Cay, Bahamas; and Key West, FL. Book this travel deal by September 14.

  2. CarnivalCarnival 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise for Two Departing Next Weekend
    Vendor: Vacations to Go via @traveldeals
    Price: From $418
    Lowest By: $480
    Expires: September 18

    Is It Worth It?: If you simply can't cancel your plans next week, don't worry! There is another Editor's Choice cruise departing the following weekend on September 21. This cruise aboard the recently refurbished Carnival Conquest docks in Belize City, Belize; Roatan, Honduras; and Costa Maya, Mexico.

    This roundtrip cruise aboard the Carnival Conquest departs from Miami, FL, on September 21 and includes stops in Belize City, Belize; Roatan, Honduras; and Costa Maya, Mexico. This travel deal ends September 18.

  3. PrincessPrincess Cruises 4-Night Pacific Coast Cruise for Two Departing Early October
    Vendor: Vacations to Go via ShermansTravel
    Price: From $298
    Lowest By: $400
    Expires: September 15

    Is It Worth It?: Another Editor's Choice cruise, this deal is an all-time low for a Princess cruise and is $400 less than booking it elsewhere. Board the Golden Princess in Los Angeles and stop off in San Diego before heading down to coastal city of Ensenada, locally known as "La Cenicienta del Pacífico" (the Cinderella of the Pacific).

    This roundtrip cruise aboard the Golden Princess departs from Los Angeles, CA, on October 13 with stops in San Diego, CA, and Ensenada, Mexico. Some restrictions may apply; fees, government taxes, and fuel supplements are additional. This travel deal ends September 15.

  4. PrincessPrincess Cruises 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise for Two Departing Late October
    Vendor: Vacations to Go via Dunhill Travel
    Price: From $398
    Lowest By: $600
    Expires: September 16

    Is It Worth It?: This late October cruise for under $400 transports you to the Caribbean ports of Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, and Cozumel, Mexico. Sail in style on the Caribbean Princess and take advantage of the roof-top adults-only deck with magnificent sunset views across the Caribbean Sea.

    This roundtrip cruise aboard the Caribbean Princess departs from Fort Lauderdale, FL, on October 27 and includes stops in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, and Cozumel, Mexico. Some restrictions may apply; fees, government taxes, and fuel supplements are additional. This travel deal ends September 16.

  5. CarnivalCarnival Cruise 6-Night Western Caribbean Cruise for Two Departing Early November
    Vendor: Vacations to Go via Dunhill Travel
    Price: From $478
    Lowest By: $240
    Expires: September 16

    Is It Worth It?: Get in one last hurrah with the sunshine before you're plunged into winter with this November cruise to Jamaica, the Cayman Islands, and Cozumel, Mexico. The Carnival Freedom offers excellent amenities and caters to all ages. At night, under the stars, guests can wrap themselves in snuggly blankets and watch movies on a giant 300-square-foot screen with bonus free popcorn.

    This roundtrip cruise aboard the Carnival Freedom departs from Fort Lauderdale, FL, on November 9 with stops in Falmouth, Jamaica; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; and Cozumel, Mexico. Some restrictions may apply; fees, government taxes, and fuel supplements are additional. This travel deal ends September 16.

Associate Travel Editor

Paula Kerrigan has taught English in Japan and Italy, and she has written for several e-zines aimed at Westerners living abroad. She uses her experience across the six continents to inform her travel features at DealNews.
Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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2 comments
SeecretSqur1s
Last year I wen on a Royal Caribbean cruise from Cape Canaveral to Nassau . That was my 1st cruise ever, it was not a pleasant experience. The brochure was not accurate. My main gripe was that I could not get water after 2 AM or so. Unless I had bought their "fountain drink package" which gives you a cup to get all you can have fountain drinks. Again, this was my first cruise ever, so.. you experience may be different.
snorri13
When do you think deals will be available to book from January 2015 to March 2015? I'm out of vacation for 2014! ;)
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