williams - Answered a Question by (01 Nov 08 16:17)

What are the parking arrangements at Harwich (for Jewel of the Seas 21/08/09. Is it a pay park or are there hotel/parking packages available.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by (21 Mar 08 13:36)

Huge car park at Harwich - seem to think it is £6pd.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by (21 Mar 08 16:29)

Parking at Harwich is alongside the ship at the cruise terminal. There are porters to collect your luggage from your car. Yes you have to pay but its cheaper than Southampto.

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Weltman - replied to Ingle (01 Sep 08 20:48)

Where is the car park for thomson cruise on the 20th sept-.

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Umpleby - Answered a Question by (27 Mar 08 23:44)

When I went on 'Discovery' parking was included in my cruise price.

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Greetham - Answered a Question by (14 Apr 08 17:21)

Checking the small print on the web page (I should have looked there first) it says "Parking at Harwich included".

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Hemmingway - Answered a Question by (10 Jul 08 08:46)

What is the parking fee from 26 aug 2008 till 5 sep 2008.

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johnson - Answered a Question by (13 May 09 10:42)

How much is the parking for 30.5.09 to 13.6.09 for celebrity cruise line.

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