Robertson - Answered a Question by McCalla (05 Nov 08 09:11)

I hope you enjoy your cruise. If you haven't been before do some leg work first. we visited Y S Falls, Black River and then onto Pelican Bar, this was amazing and if you get your driver to ring ahead the lads will catch your fish and cook it for you. We only saw about 10 tourists all day absolute BLISS. If you are going to Dunns river Falls also go to Reggae Beach it costs 5 dollars entry but again NO TOURISTS and teh lads will catch fish and cook it for you, there is always the jerk chicken in case someone is allergic to fish. Have asmashing cruise.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by McCalla (04 Nov 08 19:35)

I feel fairly sure that on the basis you have shown of 2 x 7 there will be 4 Formal Nights that is two Welcome Nights and two Farewell Nights. You should be told when you receive your little booklet about your cruise. I am, of course, speculating and would expect that if someone knows better they will say so. ..... Neil.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by McCalla (04 Nov 08 19:45)

If you want to know what to do in each port please go to this site that I direct every one to - go to google and type 'cruise ports call boards' - click on the the first result will give you all the info under the appropriate PORTS section on the page under the section for each island. Once you sign up you can search within each specific category. As for dress code I seem to think it will be 2 per week. As it is a Back-2-back expect the same menu and the same entertainment each week..that has been my experience.

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holmes - Answered a Question by McCalla (04 Nov 08 21:06)

Hi, we went on the sea princess last yer on this cruise and there were 3 formal nights. Have a great time .

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Di Francesco - Answered a Question by McCalla (05 Nov 08 22:52)

I agree with Neil and Ada, there will be 4 formal nights.

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Philpot - Answered a Question by McCalla (14 Nov 08 23:37)

I did this cruise march 2008 - there were 3 formal nights, your cruise literature should advise you.

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