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boards dot - Answered a Question by Le Moignan (19 Sep 08 19:02)

I suggest that you research your Ports and see what you can do yourself - often works out cheaper and more interesting! If you join the meetandmingle then you can converse with fellow travellers pre cruise and perhaps join with them for trips. You should see the site to use.....

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Le Moignan - replied to boards dot (19 Sep 08 19:22)

Sorry to sound daft whatis the meetand mingle?. Thanks for your answer.

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Aldrich - replied to Le Moignan (19 Sep 08 19:29)

It is basically a free get together hosted by RCI and the website alluded to in the above post (that you are not allowed to mention on this site). They will provide drinks, food and freebies if more than 25 sign up. It is attended by senior members of the crew who really are interested in your feedback and comments on the ship. Go to royalcaribbean.co.uk >contact us> FAQs > and then under the On Board section it tells you how. You will have to register (it is free). Once you have signed up you can chat will fellow cruisers as mentioned above. Good way for the kids to have ready made friends once they get on board. I have actually just checked and the boards for all Nov cruises this year are very very active...as these are very popular cruises. Until you sign up that section of the website will be not accessible, but it is right above where all the info is for the ports. Hope this helps.

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Le Moignan - replied to Aldrich (21 Sep 08 18:45)

Thanks for the info gonna give it a try.........

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