Chant - Answered a Question by sigsworth (11 Mar 08 16:37)

I have not been onboard Sapphire Princess, although I have been on other Princess ships. They do not have tea and coffee making facilites however it is very easy to order from room service.

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Bonnette - Answered a Question by sigsworth (11 Mar 08 20:14)

Hello I am sorry to tell you that not only are there no tea maids in the cabin but there are no Teasmaid either. Sorry I just couldn't resist Heathe.

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Lambert - Answered a Question by sigsworth (11 Mar 08 23:09)

No. not on any Princess Ship and I have been on Sapphire Princess. In fact I have never been on a ship that had such a facility. Just pop up to the buffet and pick up a cup, or if you are going back to your cabin take one back down with you, or be lazy and order it from room service.

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moss - Answered a Question by sigsworth (12 Mar 08 08:47)

As far as I am aware only Fred Olsen has tea making facilities in the cabins - wonderfu.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by sigsworth (12 Mar 08 21:31)

P&O also have tea/coffee/biscuits facility in the cabins or room service if your prefe.

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jackson - Answered a Question by sigsworth (13 Mar 08 20:52)

BONNETTE why are you so sarcastic with every single answer you give people, im sure they would be better off without your comment.

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sigsworth - Answered a Question by sigsworth (14 Mar 08 16:42)

Thanks every one i now know there are no teasmaid.

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