Looking for a getaway? Save money on cruises to Bermuda, Alaska.

For a summer getaway, travelers can find deals on cruises to places all over the world. For example, save $2,500 on a week-long cruise for two to Alaska by August 1. 

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This photo taken July 4, 2014, shows people watching fishermen angle for salmon on Ship Creek in downtown Anchorage, Alaska. Watching fishermen from pedestrian bridges is among some of the free activities for people to do while waiting to catch a flight home after an Alaska cruise.

Grab your swim trunks, your flippie-floppies, and even your nautical-themed Pashmina afghan and get ready to take a cruise. This week it was all about boats, and we saw several all-time low travel deals on cruises that depart as soon as tomorrow! Book a Carnival 5-night cruise to the Bahamas for just $398, get $75 onboard credit on a 7-night Norwegian cruise, or sail around the French Riviera and save $1,400. We've listed them in order of departure for your convenience:

Norwegian Cruise Line 7-Night Bermuda Cruise for Two with $25 credit
Vendor: Norwegian Cruise Line via Travelzoo
Price: From $589
Lowest By: $400
Expires: July 14

Is It Worth It?: This editor's choice cruise aboard Norwegian's newest ship, the Norwegian Dawn, is not only a $400 price low, it's also the best price we've seen for any Bermuda cruise! With three days in port you'll have ample time to enjoy Bermuda's coral reefs and tropical pink sand beaches. Just avoid any triangles.

This roundtrip cruise aboard the Norwegian Dawn departs from Boston, MA, on July 11 with one stop in King's Wharf, Bermuda.

Holland America 7-Night Alaska Cruise for Two
Vendor: Vacations to Go via @TravelDeals
Price: From $1,198
Lowest By: $2,500
Expires: August 1

Is It Worth It?: Looking for some relief from the summer heat? Board the MS Oosterdam and head for the stunning glacial passageways of Alaska. Glacier Bay National Park is a unique experience; click here for a more detailed itinerary.

This cruise aboard the MS Oosterdam departs from Vancouver, Canada, on August 3 and includes stops in the Inside Passage, AK (scenic cruising); Ketchikan, AK; Juneau, AK; Skagway, AK; Glacier Bay, AK (scenic cruising); and Seward, AK.

Norwegian Cruise Line 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise for Two w/ $75 credit
Vendor: Vacations to Go via @TravelDeals
Price: From $898
Lowest By: $360
Expires: August 26

Is It Worth It?: You don't have to be a pirate to sail the Caribbean. This cruise includes a room upgrade and $75 credit to spend aboard the ship. Plus it's the lowest price we've seen for a eastern Caribbean cruise on Norwegian this year. And if you really feel a trip here wouldn't be complete without a run-in with a pirate, check out The Pirate Museum in Nassau.

This roundtrip cruise aboard the Norwegian Getaway departs from Miami, FL, on August 30 and includes stops in Philipsburg, St. Maarten; St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands; and Nassau, Bahamas.

Carnival Cruise 5-Night Bahamas Cruise for Two with $50 credit
Vendor: Vacations to Go via ShermansTravel
Price: From $398
Lowest By: $50
Expires: July 14

Is It Worth It?: Come aboard this Editors' Choice cruise to the Bahamas and take advantage of the best price we've seen for any 5-night Bahamas cruise. Plus you'll get a $50 onboard credit to spend aboard the Carnival Victory as you sail.

This roundtrip cruise aboard the Carnival Victory departs from Miami, FL, on September 29 with stops in Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos; Half Moon Cay, Bahamas; and Nassau, Bahamas.

 Windstar Cruises 7-Night Glitter & Glam Of The Rivieras Cruise for Two
Vendor: Windstar Cruises via Dunhill Travel
Price: From $3,598
Lowest By: $1,400
Expires: July 12

Is It Worth It?: This luxury cruise aboard the Wind Surf yacht is a chance to soak up the glitter and glam of the Côte d'Azur at it's best. Spend the day strolling along Barcelona's Las Ramblas or exploring the Royal Palace in Monaco, then retire to the ship for an evening barbecue on the deck.

Scroll down after clicking the link to see this deal. This cruise aboard the Wind Surf ship departs from Rome, Italy on November 8 with stops in Portoferraio, Italy; Portofino, Italy; Monte Carlo, Monaco; Cannes, France; Marseille, France; and Barcelona, Spain.

Paula Kerrigan is an associate travel editor for DealNews, where this article first appeared: http://dealnews.com/features/best-travel-deals/

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