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Aldrich - Answered a Question by rodger (18 Oct 07 18:04)

If you are talking Concierge Class on Celebrity, then the answer is yes, they are 191 sq ft as opposed to 170 sq ft for the balconies - as it says in the Celebrity brochure.

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Falan and Leanne Down - Answered a Question by rodger (18 Oct 07 19:47)

No....See answer above......Leann.

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by rodger (19 Oct 07 19:39)

On this occasion (and for once my better half is wrong but only just, the difference is minimal if you add the balcony and cabin size together so that it is difficult to actually feel the difference as you can with even the Junior suites and as usual our Newbury correspondent is as accurate as always. Well done the Aldrichs Falan Dow.

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Its not a cruiseits a tour ...

By Nathan Wozniak

5 star boutique cruise line Azamara has revealed that they are looking at new ways to deliver experiences on land……       Azamara, who have always focused on land tours such as Monaco F1 grand prix and Rio carnival are now planning even more exclusive tours, curated activities in port and even more voyages built around sports and entertainment events.Mr Larry Pimentel, the main boss at Azamara, announced the new initiative calling it “brand...

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Feb 15 2017 07:20:28:000AM


Sex, drugs and ports of call. ...

By Dean Michaelides

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I recently read an article from a former cruise ship employee. He was explaining that having sex, taking drugs and making friends in the onboard sex dungeon was a regular occurrence on board one Caribbean cruise liner. Despite having sex with the clients being a sackable offence the staff would have no qualms getting involved. He also mentioned that the riskier the better so as well as having sex in the staff decks they would like to push the boundaries on the unpopulated decks.It wasn’...

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Feb 13 2017 01:14:56:000PM

Piraeus Athens Gateway Or ...

By Camilla Edwards

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Continuing my look at European ports this week I thought I`d choose Piraeus, the port for the Greek capital Athens.Athens is probably most famous for the Acropolis, topped by the Parthenon Temple, and the National Museum. It is a bustling, busy city with lots to do and a place I have visited several times. It has lots of really good hotels, restaurants and bars as well as its history. Many cruise ships now visit Athens using Piraeus as the anchor port.The port sits about 7 miles from the city...

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Feb 13 2017 02:54:05:000PM