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Another 13 Cabins Booked this Week!

What are you waiting for? The fact is, you’ve always wanted to come on a National Review Cruise — so make our 2016 Post-Election Caribbean voyage the one. So far some 135 cabins have been booked, and there is an affordable and luxurious stateroom to meet each and every taste. All-inclusive prices start at only $1,999 (double occupancy), and single cabins can be had for as little as $2,699. Plus if you book by 11:59 p.m. on February 29, you’ll receive a $100 per-person early-booking discount. Stop thinking you’re going to do it and . . .  do it! Get complete information, and securely reserve your cabin, at www.nrcruise.com.

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