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Have you heard of no-frills easyCruise?

If the thought of cruising the Mediterranean for a cabin rate of as little as $16 per day (single or double accupancy) is appealing, check out this new venture.

easyCruise is among the newest no-frills "easy enterprises." (Others include: easyJet, easyCar and easyInternetCafé.)

easyCruise curently offers two itineraries: The Caribbean (Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, The Grenadines, Grenada, Barbados) and the French & Italian Rivieras (Nice, Cannes, St.Tropez, Monaco, Genoa, Portofino, Imperia for San Remo)

A low base price and accommodations (a closet-size room with a shower, toilet, sink, and two single mattresses on the floor). are not the only qualities that set easyCruise apart. Your meals will cost extra. (Consider eating onshore.) What you pay will depend upon your appetite and what you order.

Usually you board ship on a fixed day; the cruise ends seven days later. On easyCruise, you board the ship on any day and stay for two or more days (usually, two to 14). In essence, the ship is transportation like driving or taking the train from one port to another.

easyCruise's mode of operation also differs from the norm. The ship will leave port early in the morning, sail no more than six hours to the next port and dock around lunch time leaving passengers free to explore the remainder of the day and throughout the evening.

"City-hopping" by sea on a "floating hotel"? Maybe . . .

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