All inclusive cruise deals for all over the world

Regent cruise ship Seven Seas Voyager in dock at Liverpool's Princes Parade.
Regent cruise ship Seven Seas Voyager in dock at Liverpool's Princes Parade. -Credit:James Maloney

Booking a cruise can seem like a great idea to see parts of the world from a different perspective.

But after the initial price comes the add-on of food and drink, which racks up the price beyond what you were first expecting. But you can book all-inclusive cruise deals which include a food and drinks package. At Six Star Cruises, they categorise a number of holidays so you can choose what type of trip you want to pay for.

Specialising in a number of luxury cruises from cruise companies like Celebrity, Cunard and Regent Seven Seas, they also offer deals for journeys across the globe with thousands taken off the initial prices. Speaking about the all-inclusive cruises, Six Star Cruises said: "Experience the finest in luxury at sea without once thinking about what you're spending – choose a cruise where everything is included and you're free to enjoy yourself with no worries.

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"As well as considering the ticket price of your cruise, it’s important to also consider the bill you may be left with when you disembark. Whilst cheaper cruises may have a lower lead-in price, they often don’t include drinks, speciality dining, on-board activities, shore excursions and tips. However, choose a luxury all-inclusive cruise and you can relax, knowing that there’ll be no bill to pay at the end."

Some of the cruises include the seven-day Riviera Escapades from Seabourn, where you fly out to Barcelona on November 23, 2024, and sail around the Mediterranean for £2,132 per person, down from £4550pp, for a veranda suite with flights included.

Or there is the luxury Indian Ocean Islands cruise with Regent which takes you from Cape Town on December 1, 2024, for a 19-night voyage to ports such as Mossel Bay, Maputo and finishing in Dubai. A ticket for a deluxe veranda suite with flights costs £7,339 per person, down from £12,229.

You can check out the all-inclusive cruises here. Alternatively, there are cruises setting sail from Liverpool, such as the seven night mystery cruise from Fred. Olsen where the destination is kept a secret or the volcanic land of fire and ice also from Liverpool.

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