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Would you pay $249 for a cabana on a cruise?

Excerpt from USA Today

Jun 01, 2012 3:54 pm

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Considering the relatively cheap cost of discounted Caribbean cruises, the $250 charge could be equal to half the price of one traveler’s cruise. Still, it’s a good way for NCL to continue to offer bargain trips and premium experiences at the same time.

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Would you pay $249 for a private beach cabana during a cruise stop? That’s the cost of the new “Cabanas on the Cay” that Norwegian Cruise Line has added at Great Stirrup Cay, its private island in the Bahamas.

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