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The Deal: Can you imagine paying just $33 per person, per night for a cruise? That’s the starting price for this 14-night transatlantic cruise on Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas, departing from Galveston, Texas, on May 1. The cruise ends in Barcelona and includes port stops in Ponta Delgada, Azores; Malaga, Spain; and Cartagena, Spain. The cruise also features quite a few days at sea, which you can spend enjoying the ship’s many activities, such as rock climbing and ice skating.

The fare starts at $499 per person for an inside cabin. If you’re concerned about feeling claustrophobic during so many days at sea, consider upgrading to an oceanview cabin ($649) or balcony cabin ($799). These per-person rates are based on double occupancy, and do not include taxes and fees.

The Catch: Before you start salivating over the eye-poppingly cheap fare, keep in mind that you’ll also need to budget for one-way airfare from Barcelona back to the U.S. — which could be pricey. (See How to Save on One-Way Flights for tips.)

The Competition: Norwegian Cruise Line is offering a 13-night transatlantic cruise in the reverse direction (from Barcelona to Miami) this coming fall. At $1,799 per person, the fare is significantly higher, but it includes airfare, transfers and several nights of accommodations. And the ship, Norwegian Epic, is the newest in the NCL fleet.

Find these bargains and more money-saving offers in our Cruise Deals.

–written by Sarah Schlichter

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