Dear Vacations To Go Customer,

For today's newsletter, we've negotiated money-saving offers with Princess, Holland America, Carnival, Oceania and Crystal. In addition to deep discounts, these offers may include free amenities or shipboard credits, which are as good as cash on the ship and can be used toward onboard purchases not covered in the cruise fare, like shore excursions, spa treatments and items bought in the vessel's boutiques. Please note that some rates on our site may not be eligible for free amenities or shipboard credits.

Princess is offering Vacations To Go customers discounts of up to 66%, including special pricing on select sailings in South America, eastern Canada and New England, the Panama Canal, Europe, the Caribbean and Australia. Plus, get shipboard credits of up to $85 per cabin on select sailings. See dates and prices.

Holland America is offering our customers new, huge discounts of up to 76%. Plus, kids age 17 and under sail free on a variety of upcoming cruises. In addition, receive exclusive shipboard credits of up to $100 per cabin on select departures. Book by September 26. See dates and prices.

Carnival has reduced rates by up to 82% for our customers on select last-minute cruises through December 2019. Book by September 22. See dates and prices.

Oceania is offering our customers newly reduced pricing on select voyages, for discounts of up to 84%. In addition, receive exclusive shipboard credits of up to $900 per cabin on select sailings in 2019 and beyond. Book by September 23. See dates and prices.

Crystal has provided newly reduced rates with huge discounts on select last-minute departures -- save up to 78%. Plus, receive exclusive shipboard credits of up to $3,050 per cabin on select voyages. The upfront fare of a luxury Crystal vacation includes gratuities, fine wines, Champagne, premium spirits and nonalcoholic beverages. See dates and prices.

And, your companion cruises for free on many Crystal river cruises, plus save up to an additional $2,000 per couple on select sailings and receive shipboard credits of up to $400 per cabin on a variety of departures. See dates and prices.

As always, these offers are for new bookings only and subject to availability. Restrictions may apply, and some free amenities and shipboard credits may apply only to eligible rates. Past guests of some cruise lines may see better rates on select sailings.



Twenty-three ships from 16 cruise lines currently are scheduled to embark on their maiden voyages between now and September 2021. All are newbuilds except for one ship that will be refurbished and renamed.

As is always the case when new ships hit the market, all of this new inventory will ensure a continuing supply of deep discounts -- on virtually all ships -- for Vacations To Go customers.

Click here to go straight to a list of these upcoming ships and their inaugural voyages. Or, read on for a few details about each vessel and links to departure dates and discounts.

If you are interested in being among the first passengers to sail on any of these ships, I recommend calling us as soon as possible. The early sailings of any newbuild generally are in very high demand.

Sky Princess and Enchanted Princess (3,660 passengers) -- Step into the piazza-style atriums of these 5-star Princess sister ships, which will offer the no-kids Sanctuary with more private cabanas than previous Princess liners, Movies Under the Stars and infinity-style pools. The top-deck Sky Suites will accommodate up to five guests and boast the largest balconies in the fleet. The Sky Princess debuts October 20, 2019 (see dates and prices) and the Enchanted Princess debuts June 19, 2020 (see dates and prices).

Costa Smeralda (6,518 passengers) -- Described by Costa as a "tribute to Italy," the Costa Smeralda will have decks and public areas dedicated to famous Italian destinations. Themed lounges line the midship Colosseo, while Piazza di Spagna at the stern will feature a top-deck balcony with a glass floor, giving guests the impression of flying over the sea. The 4.5-star ship will have 11 restaurants and its own museum. Debuts October 20, 2019. See dates and prices.

Norwegian Encore (3,998 passengers) -- This 5-star newcomer is the fourth and final vessel in Norwegian's Breakaway Plus class. Accommodations range from single-occupancy studio staterooms to spa suites to The Haven, a top-of-ship section with 24-hour butler service and a private pool. The ship will have a two-level racetrack, an indoor virtual reality complex and an open-air laser tag arena. Debuts November 2, 2019. See dates and prices.

MSC Grandiosa and MSC Virtuosa (6,334 passengers) -- These 4.5-star MSC vessels will feature Cirque du Soleil shows, a promenade of shops and restaurants under a digital sky and the in-cabin digital cruise assistant Zoe, a voice-enabled artificial intelligence device. These will be the largest ships in the line's fleet. The MSC Grandiosa debuts November 10, 2019 (see dates and prices) and the MSC Virtuosa debuts November 8, 2020 (see dates and prices).

Carnival Panorama (4,008 passengers) -- The third Vista-class ship will boast popular Carnival venues like the Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse, an onboard brewery, a huge WaterWorks aqua park and SkyRide (recumbent bikes pedaled along a track above the ocean), along with the first indoor trampoline park at sea. Accommodations on the 4.5-star ship include Family Harbor suites for up to five guests. Debuts December 11, 2019. See dates and prices.

Azora (298 passengers) -- This is the first 6-star ship for the new Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection. Among the onboard dining venues are S.E.A., which will offer a menu designed by a Ritz-Carlton chef who has earned three Michelin stars, and Talaat Nam, which will specialize in Southeast Asian cuisine. Take in the views from the top-deck Observation Lounge, enjoy an alfresco massage or try out the water toys at the ship's marina. Debuts February 5, 2020. See dates and prices.

Seven Seas Splendor (750 passengers) -- This 6-star Regent vessel will reflect the same luxury and style of its sister ship, the Seven Seas Explorer. The all-suite, all-balcony vessel will have a Canyon Ranch Spa, a Culinary Arts Kitchen offering hands-on instruction and restaurants such as Pacific Rim for Pan-Asian fare. Nearly 90 suites come with butler service. Debuts February 25, 2020. See dates and prices.

MS Fridtjof Nansen (530 passengers) -- Hurtigruten's second hybrid electric-powered expedition ship will have three restaurants, a wellness center and a Science Center that provides high-tech, interactive equipment to help passengers learn about the destination. Accommodations on the 4-star vessel include balcony cabins; aft suites feature private outdoor hot tubs. Debuts April 1, 2020. See dates and prices.

Celebrity Apex (2,910 passengers) -- The 5.5-star Celebrity sister ship to the Celebrity Edge will share its innovative features, like a floating platform called the Magic Carpet that moves up and down the starboard side, serving as an open-air restaurant on one deck, for example, and an extension of the pool area on another. In Edge Staterooms with Infinite Verandas, push a button and a window lowers to open your entire cabin to the fresh air. Debuts April 5, 2020. (See dates and prices.)

Le Bellot (184 passengers) -- The next 5.5-star ship in Ponant's Explorers class will have an underwater lounge called Blue Eye, where portholes reveal scenes beneath the sea and hydrophones capture ocean sounds. A hydraulic platform allows for easier Zodiac embarkation and access to the ocean for swimming and kayaking. Debuts April 17, 2020. See dates and prices.

Carnival Radiance (3,873 passengers) -- Carnival will refurbish the Carnival Victory and introduce it as the 4.5-star Carnival Radiance. Onboard draws include a new WaterWorks park, the SportSquare recreational complex, themed nights at Piano Bar 88 and the first seagoing version of Big Chicken, a new restaurant from Carnival's "Chief Fun Officer" Shaquille O'Neal. Debuts April 29, 2020. See dates and prices.

Iona (5,200 passengers) -- Conservatory mini-suites aboard this 5-star P&O ship will feature an additional sitting area between the main cabin and the balcony; it can be closed off or left open. Topped by a glass roof and containing a pool that can transform into a stage, the SkyDome will serve as a place for informal dining and relaxation by day and aerial acrobatic performances and deck parties by night. Debuts May 14, 2020. See dates and prices.

Silver Origin (100 passengers) -- This 5.5-star Silversea ship was designed for cruising the wildlife-rich Galapagos Islands and will be outfitted with a dynamic positioning system that prevents anchor damage to delicate seabeds. It will offer all-suite accommodations, butler service and Ecuadorian-inspired cuisine. Local naturalists (one for every 10 guests) will lead complimentary excursions. Debuts July 16, 2020. See dates and prices.

Silver Moon (596 passengers) -- Sister to the Silver Muse, this 6-star Silversea vessel will offer all-suite accommodations (most with balconies), including two-bedroom Silver Suites. The Zagara Spa will include relaxation areas and an outdoor whirlpool, and personal trainers can provide individual sessions. Dining options include La Terrazza for Italian fare and Silver Note for late evening tapas-style dishes served to the accompaniment of live jazz and blues. Debuts August 6, 2020. See dates and prices.

Crystal Endeavor (200 passengers) -- Crystal's new 6-star luxury expedition ship will be outfitted with Zodiacs, kayaks, a submarine and two helicopters. Onboard expedition lectures and enrichment programs will enhance explorations ashore, and hiking, kayaking and other active pursuits will be available. The vessel will offer six restaurants, a spa and butler service for all accommodations. Debuts August 10, 2020. See dates and prices.

Mardi Gras (6,630 passengers) -- Bearing the same name as Carnival's first ship, the 4.5-star Mardi Gras will boast the first roller coaster at sea and the first seagoing restaurant from celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. Emeril's Bistro 1396 will be located in the heart of the French Quarter, one of six themed zones on the ship. Passengers also will find Carnival favorites like the no-kids Serenity Retreat, Cloud 9 Spa and WaterWorks aqua park. Debuts August 31, 2020. See dates and prices.

Viking Venus (930 passengers) -- Like its sister ships, this 5.5-star Viking vessel is for passengers age 18 and older and will sport a glass-backed pool cantilevered off the stern and a Nordic-inspired spa. A theater hosts enrichment lectures and movies inspired by the sailing destination, while the Explorer's Lounge provides stunning views. Debuts January 26, 2021. See dates and prices.

Le Commandant Charcot (270 passengers) -- This 5.5-star Ponant icebreaker was designed for sailing in polar regions while providing an elegant ambience and refined service. The hybrid ship will be powered by liquefied natural gas and electric generators and feature indoor and outdoor pools, two restaurants and a wellness area with gym, massage rooms and sauna. Debuts May 31, 2021. See dates and prices.

MSC Seashore (5,877 passengers) -- MSC evolves its Seaside class with this 4.5-star ship; it's slightly bigger than its two predecessors, allowing for more spacious public areas. It will have a wraparound promenade on Deck 8 that hosts a variety of alfresco dining options, as well as connecting staterooms for families and groups and Zoe, MSC's in-room virtual cruise assistant. Debuts June 13, 2021. See dates and prices.

Seabourn Venture (264 passengers) -- Seabourn's first purpose-built, 6-star expedition ship will have all-balcony suites, multiple lounges and dining venues, a spa, kayaks and 24 Zodiacs that can accommodate all guests at once. For an additional fee, two custom-built, battery-powered submarines will carry six passengers and a pilot on adventures far below the sea's surface. Debuts July 5, 2021. See dates and prices.

SeaDream Innovation (220 passengers) -- SeaDream expands its fleet for the first time since 2001 with this 5.5-star newbuild, which will embark on global itineraries. It will have ocean-view suites (most with balconies), a retractable water-sports platform, a piano bar, a fitness center and spa, a golf simulator and Balinese Dream Beds on deck. Debuts September 18, 2021. See dates and prices.



I have scanned all the sailings in the next 90 days, and listed below are all the deepest discounts according to type of cabin.

Inside Cabins

Click here to see all sailings offering inside cabins for at least 65% off.

Oceanview Cabins

Click here to see all sailings offering oceanview cabins for at least 65% off.

Balcony Cabins

Click here to see all sailings offering balcony cabins for at least 60% off.

Suites

Click here to see all sailings offering suites for at least 55% off.



Here are today's Top 10 Cruises, brand-new specials from the world's best cruise lines. Click the FastDeal # for details.
 
1) Caribbean, 7 nights on Royal Caribbean, departs Galveston Oct 27, starting at $424, save 59%, FastDeal # 25259

2) Eastern Canada & New England, 13 nights on Norwegian, departs Quebec City Oct 6, starting at $449, save 79%, FastDeal # 10955

3) Caribbean, 7 nights on MSC Cruises, departs Miami Nov 2, starting at $489, save 55%, FastDeal # 22563

4) Mexico, 7 nights on Carnival, departs Los Angeles Dec 14, starting at $644, save 74%, FastDeal # 10697

5) Caribbean, 7 nights on Celebrity, departs San Juan Nov 30, starting at $499, save 62%, FastDeal # 31116

6) Bahamas, 7 nights on Royal Caribbean, departs Bayonne Nov 9, starting at $529, save 57%, FastDeal # 22125

7) Mediterranean, 7 nights on Norwegian, departs Rome Dec 15, starting at $449, save 67%, FastDeal # 11238

8) South America, 12 nights on Oceania Cruises, departs Rio de Janeiro Dec 7, starting at $2,199, save 80%, FastDeal # 22096

9) Middle East, 7 nights on Crystal, departs Dubai Dec 16, suite starting at $3,715, save 61%, FastDeal # 11599

10) Asia, 14 nights on Regent, departs Singapore Dec 6, suite starting at $4,769, save 85%, FastDeal # 26030

For the best last-minute cruise specials in the next 90 days, please visit our world-famous 90-Day Ticker.
To search for discounts of up to 82% on cruises departing more than 90 days from now, click here.

To save up to 40% with escorted tours, click here.
For river cruises up to 50% off, click here.
For discounts of up to 50% at hotels and all-inclusive resorts, click here.
For the lowest rates on Africa safaris from budget to luxury in quality, click here.

Once you've found a FASTDEAL, call us toll free at 800-338-4962 (US and Canada) and a cruise counselor will attend to your needs. Customers from the UK, please call toll free 0-800-098-8546. All other international customers, please email or call us at +1-713-974-2121.

Please email me your comments, suggestions and questions at alanfox@vacationstogo.com and I will respond the same day.

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Sincerely,

Alan Fox
Executive Chairman
Vacations To Go

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