Wilba - Answered a Question by ORLOS (12 Oct 08 09:46)

I've only ever used US dollar in the caribbean & have never given a thought to what the local currencies might be. One oddity is the Dutch Antillies (St Marteen etc) where they also accept the Euro!!

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by ORLOS (11 Oct 08 20:37)

We are not sure what the other countries are but the answer is the US dollar for certain... Ask for US dollars in return otherwise you could end up with a lot of small change you can't use. The Barbadian dollar is normally half the value of the US dollar so study your change. ...... Neil.

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Greaves - Answered a Question by ORLOS (13 Oct 08 09:53)

Us$.

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Greaves - Answered a Question by ORLOS (13 Oct 08 09:53)

Us$.

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porter - Answered a Question by ORLOS (17 Oct 08 14:00)

Yes the $ is widely used in The Carribean but try to pay the exact amount otherwise you may get change in that particular countries currency.

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Hulme - Answered a Question by ORLOS (23 May 12 16:28)

Hi Does anyone know if P&O have days where future cruise passengers can go onboard the ship the have booked their cruise on (i.e Ventura) when in port to have a look around and also how much is this and is anything included like lunch? Thanks.

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