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Wilkinson - Answered a Question by Last (12 May 07 21:31)

Yes I started cruising 10 years ago with my husband for my 70th birthday and have been cruising ever since. The best part is that you can do as much or as little as you like, I especially enjoy cruising with Fred Olsen as you can sail from the uk with no flights involved and you are very well looked after as the staff are wonderful.

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armstrong - Answered a Question by Last (12 May 07 23:04)

Yes I have cruised six times now,four with P&O,one with Island Cruises and recently with Royal Caribbean,I am 53 my Mum 82 I have enjoyed them all. P.Armstrong N.Irelan.

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Radnor - Answered a Question by Last (14 May 07 19:16)

I Strongly recommened Celebrity X Cruises. They are elegant, luxurious but yet relaxed. They take care of thier passengers more than any other cruise line. Plus, compared to all the other cruises as you get alot more and it is fantastic value for money. Don't be put of by a large ship as the Millenium Class ships will have the best facilites for more mature people. You can also get cabins for wheelchairs with sit down showers.

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By Barbara Hopley

You may think ‘What is she on about?’Well let me explain….I have friends, family & even some customers who book their own holidays online then something goes wrong and what do they do – come to me for advice or help.I will help anyone but as a Travel Agent this is the worst thing that can happen as firstly, they didn’t book with me, secondly, they then want my help to sort out whatever issue there is.I can give so many examples of this, so here are a few:-Boo...

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By Richard Smith

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Watch this video on YouTube.I was shocked earlier this week to read a story of the new Seabourn Encore ship colliding with another ship.It turns out that the collision was minor and thankfully no-one was hurt but what left me wondering was how something like this could happen in the first place.The new ship was docked in Timaru, New Zealand at the time and was actually delayed in departure due to the strong winds there. The ship ended up breaking it’s moorings due to the strong winds an...

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Feb 16 2017 07:57:41:000PM

Brilliant News For Solo Travellers!

By Michelle Fennelly

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As a single traveller the majority of cruise liners will charge at least 100% supplement on a twin berth cabin for sole occupancy; this is actually double the price which in my view it is just ridiculous. It isnt fair and its not acceptable and its about time most cruise liners understood that a lot of their guests do travel alone.Well my good news is that Fred Olsen are doing special offers for solo travellers, eventually a cruise liner that has listened to their guests.The deal Fred Olsen a...

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Feb 16 2017 08:50:12:000PM