Aldrich - Answered a Question by WHYTE (24 Jul 08 14:45)

US$ always - irrespective of where they are in the world.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by WHYTE (24 Jul 08 14:26)

Short and sweet the US dollar. A bit longer... on board no currency as everything is charged to your Sea Pass Card which is also you cabin key card and you get this when you embark and you settle up at the end of your cruise. .... Neil.

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Grant - replied to Neil and Ida Down (24 Jul 08 14:59)

There is one place you need money and thats the casino. US $ .

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Aldrich - replied to Grant (24 Jul 08 15:48)

And you just get this out against your Sea Pass card too - up to $2000 a day if you wish.

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