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a - Answered a Question by Rayment (05 Sep 08 12:16)

On this and the next page other people have asked exactly the same question ...

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Brierley - Answered a Question by Rayment (05 Sep 08 12:40)

If you are interested in comments about MSC cruises, I would suggest that your best bet is to go to Cruise REVIEWS, the big Orange button at the top of the page, then select MSC from the cruise line drop down menu.

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macro - Answered a Question by Rayment (06 Sep 08 01:20)

Always do research on any cruise line, shore excursions etc before you book. Use this site or tripadvisor. check always to see if your question has already been answered.

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When is the best time to book a cruise?

By Collette Apak

It’s a question that I am asked many times.Last week I spoke to a customer who booked a cruise way back last Summer with Royal Caribbean to travel this year. They received an early booking discount from Royal Caribbean (plus free parking from ourselves) and were outraged when RCI decided to announce they were now including a deluxe drinks package PLUS the second passenger goes half price. When we added the cost of the drinks package on to the price they paid for their original cruise th...

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By Kerry James

Kerry James's blog

Choosing the right ship for any age is important, but even more so when picking one that is suitable for children, toddlers and babies. Older children may want the kids clubs, some are just happy with the pool, or some might want more adventurous activities like rock climbing, ice skating etc. But what about toddlers/infants?Some parents with children under 3 might not want to leave their children in the kids club all day, and actually just be happy with a pool that the child can use –...

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Have You Got Great Legs?

By Lily Canderton

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Sea Legs that is!?If you are a seasoned cruiser the chances are you have but not everyone can handle the ship’s movement and although seasickness is hardly fatal, with symptoms such as nausea, stomach cramps and vomiting, it can certainly put a damper on your cruise funThe thought of Seasickness can be enough to stop new cruisers even setting foot on a ship but there are a few handy tricks to ease you throughGenerally speaking being midships in the lowest part of the ship – the n...

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