Cowan - Answered a Question by Hawkins (03 Feb 09 17:25)

Yes there are...there's a kettle in the cabin.

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MULLANEY - Answered a Question by Hawkins (03 Feb 09 21:44)

Yes a kettle, tea, coffee and milk are topped up each day, also they did do biscuits when we were on the oceana july 07. This was our 1st cruise and thoroughly enjoyed it and have the cruising bug - of to the caribean in march.

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day - Answered a Question by Hawkins (04 Feb 09 06:35)

Yes there are tea and coffee making facilities. We have been on over 12 cruises and the Oceana was by far the best for everything.I am jealous enjoy your holiday.

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Solender - Answered a Question by Hawkins (05 Feb 09 11:28)

If you drink a lot you may need to top up your teabag supplies by taking them from the tea machines at the buffet area up top. There is usually a greater selection up there anyway.

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