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nov 28 2007

Fuel surcharges for the cruise lines

Carnival, Costa, Cunard, Holland America, Princess, and Seabourn are charging fuel surcharges of $5 a day to the first two passengers in each stateroom for sailings that depart on or after Feb. 1, 2008. The fee is being slapped on bookings that have already been made, and will be added to future bookings.

Other cruise lines will soon add fuel charges to bookings. Here's a bunch of them, courtesy of online booking agency Vacations to Go:

Cruise West, $12 a person, each day.

Crystal, $7 a person, each day.

Oceania Cruises, $7 a person, each day.

Regent Seven Seas, $7.50 a person, each day.

Majestic America, $8.50 a person, each day.

MSC Cruises, $6 each day, for each of the first two passengers in each cabin.

Norwegian and Orient Lines, $7 a person, each day, for the first and second passengers in a stateroom.

Royal Caribbean, Celebrity and Azamara: $5 a person, each day, for the first two passengers in each stateroom.

Silversea, $10 a person, each day.

Viking River Cruises, $7 a person, each day.

Voyages of Discovery, $10 a person, each day.

Windstar, $8.50 a person, each day.

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Note:This story was accurate when it was published. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.


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