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While the Caribbean has taken a hard hit this hurricane season, there are still other great locations to consider if you want to take a cruise vacation. Here, top deals we’re seeing now, with itineraries that are comfortably removed from hurricane waters:


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7-night Canada/New England on Norwegian Dawn


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Why It’s Great: This sailing from Boston is a great kick-off to fall, with stops in Portland, Halifax, Sydney (Nova Scotia), Charlottetown PEI, Saguenay Quebec, and Quebec City. And the ship was refurbished just last year to add fresh, contemporary décor and a new Mexican cantina.
Price: $599 for an inside cabin
Sail Date: Oct. 6, 2017
To Book: Click here.

7-night Mediterranean on Norwegian Epic
Why It’s Great: This round-trip from Rome gets you to three European countries, with stops in Florence, Cannes, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona, and Naples. The ship is a crowd pleaser, with water slides and a sports complex, plus plenty of bars and dining choices.
Price: $799 for an inside cabin
Sail Date: Oct. 24, 2018
To Book: Click here.

7-night Alaska on Norwegian Pearl

Why It’s Great: Convenient for West Coast travelers, this cruise sets sail in prime Alaska season from Seattle and hits major stops, including Icy Strait Point, Juneau, and Victoria. Planning ahead for next year may just save you some money before prices go up in high season.
Price: $899 for an inside cabin
Sail Date: May 6, 2018
To Book: Click here.

7-night Northern Europe/British Isles on MSC Preziosa

Why It’s Great: For less than $85 per day, you can sail Europe as the Europeans do on this lively Mediterranean ship, which has a pool, an Eataly, and kid-friendly programs (if they’re under 11, they sail free). The round-trip from Hamburg takes you to Le Havre, Southampton, Zeebrugge, and Amsterdam.
Price: $879 for an inside cabin
Sail Date: Oct. 4, 2017
To Book: Click here.

7-night Mediterranean on Costa Diadema

Why It’s Great: A trip to Europe for $54 per day? You better believe it. You’ll sail from Barcelona to Palma de Mallorca, Palermo, Rome, Savona, and Marseille, with a sea day to explore the ship. There’s lots to see, from a double-deck disco and a laser maze to a 4-D cinema. Bonus: this sailing falls just between the holidays, meaning you’ll miss many of the crowds, too — just don’t forget to factor in flight costs.
Price: $379 for an inside cabin, $519 for an ocean view
Sail Date: Dec. 4, 2017
To Book: Click here.

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