jones - Answered a Question by Phillips (08 Mar 08 20:27)

Dont put weight in your case do what i did go down each moring noon and night and take them back to your room from the restran.

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Riley - Answered a Question by Phillips (17 Feb 08 20:23)

Hi, We've been on the Island Escape with our family of mixed ages including Grandma, loads to do both day and night. The entertainment team are fabulous and you'll be gauranteed to have a great time. No need to take kettle drinks available at any time, and only low voltage in cabins.

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johnson - Answered a Question by Phillips (18 Feb 08 14:46)

We went on the Island Star last year. It exceeded our expectations! This vessel is not the Queen Mary but hey there is loads to do, great staff/food/entertainment . The ship is very clean and you will not have to think about a thing, it is all done for you. Enjoy.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by Phillips (18 Feb 08 19:09)

We were on escape first time in 2003 for our silver wedding i took my kettle yoused to hide under my bed got cup from 24 hour but you can get cups of tea or coffee take back to cabin you will love your cruise we done star when she first came out in 2006.

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