Whether you’re a cruise holiday addict or new to the cruise world entirely, this offer is sure to tempt any traveller.
Princess Cruises – owned by Carnival Cruises – is offering the chance to secure a cruise for just £1.
Pay the single coin deposit per person to lock in your booking, with full payment not due until 90 days before your itinerary starts.
The £1 deposit offer applies to all cruises on or after December 1 2017.
Cruise holidays: Book a Princess Cruises for just £1 deposit
This is a fantastic opportunity for guests to book early and guarantee the cruise they want, all for the price of an ice cream
Interested passengers have to book today, with the deal open from 06:00 – 22:00 on Wednesday June 21.
Princess Cruises’ contact centre is extending its opening hours for one day only to accommodate.
Tony Roberts, vice president Princess Cruises UK and Europe, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for guests to book early and guarantee the cruise they want, all for the price of an ice cream.
“And the £1 deposit will help give guests a significant amount of time to pay the balance on their holiday as final payment isn’t due until 90 days before their cruise departs.”
Cruise holidays: The Princess Cruises £1 deposit offer applies to itineraries from December 1 2017
The offer can also be combined with Princess Cruises’ current deal, which includes $350 (£277) of onboard spending money per stateroom on 2018 Europe and Alaska sailings.
One of the other enticing itineraries featured in the £1 deposit sale is a 14-night Mediterranean Adventurer voyage on the 2,670-guest Sapphire Princess, calling at Barcelona, Civitavecchia (for Rome), Livorno (for Florence/Pisa), Genoa, Marseille and Gibraltar.
Prices start from £1,498pp, with up to $350 (£277) onboard spending money per stateroom.
Also next year, the Sapphire Princess will sail roundtrip from Southampton to Spain and France for seven nights, calling at Guernsey, Le Verdon (for Bordeaux), Bilbao and La Coruna. Prices start from £799pp with up to $250 (£198) onboard spending money per stateroom.
Cruise holidays: Princess Cruises sails to exotic destinations like Alaska, Japan, Spain and France
For destinations further abroad, you can choose from Japan, the Caribbean and Alaska.
A seven-night Alaska cruise – calling at Hubbard Glacier, Glacier Bay national park, Skagway, Juneau and Ketchikan – starts at £749pp, with up to $250 (£198) onboard spending money per stateroom.
Cruise holidays have noted a significant increase in recent years, with global passenger numbers reaching 24.7 million in 2016.
According to forecasts, that number is set to spike further with 25.8 million guests expected in 2017.