Doing the Math on the Market

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Marvin Smith and Bonnie and Wayne Woodworth have spent a collective 1,050 days at sea... Bonnie, who needs assistance walking, said cruise ship staff has always accommodated her needs — even going so far as to carry her up a gang-plank, wheelchair and all.

Well, if you're not going to build in accessibility then a little custom service is not much to ask when "prices for the cruise range from $4,000 for a basic double-occupancy package up to $20,000 for a penthouse experience. "

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http://www.dailynews-sun.com/news/day_223___article.html/cruises_cruise.html

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