Jay - Answered a Question by featon (30 May 07 12:07)

Single-friendly cruiselines are: Crystal, Cunard, Fred Olsen, Holland America, Orient Lines, P&O & Silversea. Some have single cabins, others offer a reduced rate. It's worth shopping around as they really differ in price. Some even offer the chance to cabin share & have hosts on board to look after single passengers.

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Blyth - Answered a Question by featon (31 May 07 13:45)

Very few, SAGA does but its prices in general are sometimes higher than other cruise lines but still cheaper than paying double, but you have I think to be over 50 to qualify for SAGA, but worth checking out a brochure.

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Coulter - Answered a Question by featon (06 Jun 07 16:27)

Try Orient Lines Marco Polo, single occupied cabins usually cost 25% more but occassionally you can find a deal on Teletext with no single supplement, if you can go at short notice.

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