Aldrich - Answered a Question by Keith (10 May 08 09:25)

No Inde does not have a ballroom, Small dancefloor with a live band in the Viking Crown Lounge, or a Salsa type band in Bolero.

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Okill - Answered a Question by Keith (10 May 08 19:12)

I too love ballroom dancing and without any doubt you need to sail with Cunard. QM2 has biggest ballroom afloat and a dedicated dance band (that does'nt double anywhere else). There you go, Richard.

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PONCHAUD - Answered a Question by Keith (13 May 08 13:06)

I agree that QM2 is probably your best bet as the Queens Room has a huge dance floor and live band and on the whole doesn't appear to be used for anything else.

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