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Western Caribbean
Hosted Singles Cruise

7 nights departing October 31, 2020
Norwegian Norwegian Joy

Inside Double $1,281 Inside Single (Studio) Sold Out Inside Single $2,358
Oceanview Double $1,820 Oceanview Single $3,436

Balcony Double $1,918 Balcony Single $3,632
Suite Double $1,967 Suite Single $3,730

Special Bonus! Receive an Ultimate Beverage Package for up to two people in the same stateroom (service fee of $138.40 per person is not included).

Prices are per person in US dollars. Per-person double rates apply to travelers who share a cabin with a friend or use our roommate match program. Prices are subject to change without notice by cruise lines until a deposit has been made. Prices include port charges and taxes but do not include airfare. Prices and promotions are for new bookings only, in accordance with cruise line policies. Click any price to convert to other currencies.

Free Roommate Match Program
If you book this cruise by Jun 17, 2020, and request a roommate match, we guarantee that we'll find a match for you. If we don't, we'll pay the single supplement for your stateroom and you'll pay only the per-person, double-occupancy rate.

Your Hosts
Clarkson Rosel   Clarkson Rosel was born and raised in Houston. In 2003, he set sail for the first time and knew right away that cruising was the ultimate way to travel the world. He now has more than 30 voyages under his belt. When Clarkson is not on board hosting or in the office planning new singles adventures, you can find him relaxing at home with his dog, He-Man.

Kellz Nilson   Kellz Nilson grew up in Austin. Her family was much like the Griswolds of “National Lampoon’s Vacation,” with Dad loading up the car for family road trips. When an opportunity to move to Honolulu arose, she didn’t hesitate. She swam with turtles, kayaked, enjoyed beach parties with the locals and explored the islands. After a few years of the aloha life, Kellz moved back to Texas and started her career in the travel industry.