The fare finder gives the ability to find great value fares. To do this you need to understand how to use the fare finder to fully extract the best value fares.
1. The fare finder should be used to gather a broad range of cruises that suite your general requirements.
Regions - need to decide in which regions you wish to find a cruise. No point letting cruises from Caribbean region cloud your search results if you cannot go on a Caribbean cruise. You can select multiple cruise regions, by ensuring the region you are interested in is checked.
Cabin Type - Select the cabin type you require. Twin, Quad etc...
Cruise Lines - select one or more cruise lines your are interested in. You can select all the cruise lines if you wish, but you then get a lot more cruise prices which may not be what you want.
After selecting search criteria, select Search and a full list of fare prices are returned. If no fares are returned this could be because you have selected something where there are no cruises. ie. P&O cruises to Alaska region would return no results.
2. The sorting capability of the fare finder then allows you to work out the best value cabins.
Once you have a broad range of cruises that meet your requirements, then to get the most from the tool, you need to use the sort functions to find something that ideally suits you. You can sort by any column in ascending or descending order. To do this simply click on the column header.
By ordering the report via the cabins (inside, outside etc...) you can thus find the best value cruises that are currently available.
IMPORTANT: all prices are displayed on a per person per night basis. This is done so you can evealuate the real value of one cruise against another cruise.
IMPORTANT: new cruise prices are loaded every single morning. It is worth regularly checking the tool for what you are interested in to get the best deal.
SUGGESTION: sort by balcony cabins to see the best price cruises with a balcony. The best valued cabins will be displayed in a Red color.