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Bonnette - Answered a Question by hodgers (06 Mar 08 20:40)

I take it that you are talking about mosquitoes and if you are they are not found on cruise ships because of the air con. and because they get sea sick. If you go ashore, however, you can get bitten so if they generally make a Bee-line (sorry) for you then yes wear a repellant. I would suggest you go to RCI' s web site and ther you can sign in and look at not only your cabin but all the other cabins as wel. You can also book excursions, fill in your Seapass and find out all the other answers to questipons you no doubt have....Heathe.

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Johnstone - Answered a Question by hodgers (06 Mar 08 21:07)

I have only ever found one that worked for me and that sort of worked for me and that is only available in Australia. However despite normally being eaten alive but whatever the local creepy crawlies are on land based holidays, I've never hd much trouble when in the Cribbean on cruises, occasionally just 1 or 2 bites. Suppose if you were to go deep within a rainforest you might be more prone to getting bitten, but otherwise, i'd say don't bothe.

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hodgers - Answered a Question by hodgers (07 Mar 08 21:21)

Thank you heather i have been to cuba last year and havent been bitten due to wearing a very effective repellant so i think going ashore ill use the same on my carribean cruis.

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Celebrity Cruises To Sail From Dublin

By Caroline Kyle

 Celebrity Cruises have announced recently that they will be the first major cruiseline to base a ship in Dublin.Between April and June 2018 there will be will be five sailing leaving from Dublin to Northern Europe on one of Celebrity’s 2800 plus Solstice class of Ship with Itineraries expected to be confirmed later this year.This is the biggest investment any cruiseline has made in Ireland and with 14,000 passengers expected onboard the Dublin sailing they are forecasting a 6 mill...

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By Henry Ward

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Working for www.CRUISE.co.uk means that we do tend to have our holidays with our loved ones on board a cruise ship somewhere in the world.Be it a week travelling Northern Europe or the Norwegian Fjords, 2 weeks in the sunshine in the Caribbean or the Mediterranean or even exploring further afield, it is usually a cruise ship holiday.However, this year my wife and I decided to have a ‘ staycation ‘ a week at home exploring the delights of the South Coast, walking our dog Buddy and the...

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Celebrity Homeport for Dublin

By Jill Johnson

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What a fabulous piece of news 5* Celebrity Cruise will have a Solstice Ship based in the port of Dublin from 2018- They will be the first cruise line to have a ship based in Dublin, and to be honest you cant get much better than Celebrity Cruise.Celebrity Solstice class of ship hold 2,800 passengers and they will be doing Northern Europe sailings from April to June from 2018. It is anticipated that around 14,000 passengers will now start to enjoy this much needed port.I have lost count of th...

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Nov 30 2016 02:43PM