Woods - Answered a Question by Jackson (05 Nov 10 11:52)

On any Fred Olsen ship there is no service charge on anything bought on board ship. The price your see is the price your pay. Normal tipping applies to waiters and cabin steward. Beware though if you cruise entails any Spanish port a sales tax may apply to any purchases bpought whilst docked or in Spanish territorial waters.

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Jackson - replied to Woods (05 Nov 10 17:19)

Thankyou for your prompt answer.

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Wood - Answered a Question by Jackson (07 Nov 10 18:35)

We use the Mannpower parking facility at Langton Dock in Liverpool. It costs £6 per day and they will take you to and from the ship. Their telephone no is 0151 281 3243. As Woods says, there is no service charge on purchases on board any of Fred's ships. Tipping is discretionary but for guidance the suggested amount is £2 per person per day for your waiter and the same for the lady that looks after your cabin but it is entirely up to you. Envelopes are provided for you to make whatever tip you wish to give.

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morris - replied to Wood (02 Mar 11 06:55)

Morris wakefield 02/03/11 prices have gone up for parking since nov just cost me £63 for 8 nights in april .

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Ellis - Answered a Question by Jackson (18 Nov 10 21:50)

Wehave never sailed from Liverpool BUT you tip to who and what you like.

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Roberts - Answered a Question by Jackson (26 Apr 12 10:47)

Why not stay the night before you sail and stay at the Crowne Plaza Liverpool City Centre next door to the Cruise Terminal they have Park, Stay and Go packages on their website cpliverpool.com. Simples!

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REYNOLDS - Answered a Question by Jackson (04 Jul 13 22:04)

We are on a 3 day cruise from Greenook on the 14th July we pick the couch up at 9am from liverpool cruise terminal to Take us to Greenook What is the parking like please.

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