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People Are Talking: Pros and Cons to Longer Cruises Member RazB wrote on our forum:

"My husband and I love cruising, but have never done more than 14 days. We are considering a 27 day cruise with Princess and would like some thoughts on what people like, and don’t like, about the longer cruises."

Some of you responded:

"...our longest was almost three months. We thought we might kill each other being cooped up in a tiny cabin that long. But liked it so much I could have gone another month. It really depends upon how long one has been cruising and the type of cruise one enjoys.... our first cruise was only a week long, we loved it. But 28 years later I detest taking a cruise that is much shorter than three weeks." - Kennicott

"After taking a Grand Voyage of 72-day (extended to 92-days with a B-to-B) on HAL & enjoying it so much, we signed up for a 115- day Grand World on HAL in 2014.... The hardest part was making sure that all arrangements were covered while we were away - bills, mail, cars, house checks, A/C, tax returns, etc...  It was wonderful to unpack once.  You quickly make friendships that last as you get to know other passengers over the longer period of time.  You get to visit exotic ports without the hassle of International flights.  Usually the food and service are better.... Of course, the cost is high but well worth it." - glomarrone

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Norwegian Getaway

Itinerary: 7 Night Eastern Caribbean (Miami)

Why You Should Go: This is a Halloween sailing, which means the ship will be decked out in spooky décor and hosting plenty of themed activities. There's also a great balance of three sea days and three port days, where the ship will stop in Tortola, St. Thomas, and Nassau.

Price: From $54/Night ($379)

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Celebrity Infinity

Itinerary: 5 Night Western Caribbean (Fort Lauderdale)

Why You Should Go: A Celebrity cruise for less than $50/night? We're thinking of signing up for this one ourselves. 

Price: From $48/Night ($239)

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