Arkley - Answered a Question by Riley (10 Sep 07 16:43)

Ocean village only has one sea day a week, which is always the day after you board the ship.

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Ross - Answered a Question by Riley (10 Sep 07 19:00)

Do you want to be more specific re whereabouts in the world you are looking to cruise? And then we can offer advise.

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Castro - Answered a Question by Riley (10 Sep 07 19:29)

Tomson: 1 day at sea, every morning you wake in another country/city, westend style shows every night,..

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Riley (10 Sep 07 19:37)

You might think in a different way and ask which cruising area has more port calls and then the answer will be some of the cruises in the Med particularly those which start there ( Barcelona or Venice or Civitavecchia) also some that are in the Caribbean and start from Puerto Rico. Both of these have a large amount of ports close by and so it is easy to make up an itinerary. Neil Dow.

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Bermingham - Answered a Question by Riley (14 Sep 07 16:55)

We have just done 12 days on the Baltic/Scandavian royal Carribean Jewel of the Seas. There were only three days at sea. One at beginning and two at end.

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Todd - Answered a Question by Riley (14 Sep 07 18:57)

Thomson Had a wonderful holiday with them in April. Turkey, Greece and Cyprus. Woke up every morning in a different por.

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Brown - Answered a Question by Riley (14 Sep 07 21:20)

Oceania Cruises had very few sea says and also stays overnight in several port.

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Slater - Answered a Question by Riley (14 Sep 07 21:28)

It all depends on where you cruise , the med is good as the distances allow a new port each day with usually only one day at sea, try NCL they are great if you like freestyle actio.

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Chapman - Answered a Question by Riley (15 Sep 07 00:02)

Why are you going on a cruise? The best time is at sea with just a few ports I do not want a port every day and I am getting a little tired of all the cruise lines doing a 'port a day' - it was wonderful when we did 3/4 ports in 14 days - there is nothing better than cruising the med for 2/3 days plus . I hate all the cruises with a port every day it is getting worse - cruise lines take note PLEASE.....

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horbury - Answered a Question by Riley (15 Sep 07 12:10)

The distance between your destinations dictate how many days atsea - not the actual cruise line.We are going on a10 day Princess Cruise from Quebec to NY and only have 1 day at sea.

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