Brierley - Answered a Question by peterkin (14 Sep 08 20:10)

P&O have round trip cruises from Southampton, usually of 21 to 23 nights duration. Plus many cruise lines sailing out of the UK, have what are known as repositioning cruises to the Caribbean, but you have to fly back.

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Grumpy - Answered a Question by peterkin (14 Sep 08 21:42)

A few tips: Theere = there; caribian = Caribbean. Capital I at the beginning of the sentance for the word 'Is', UK is spelt with capitals, and usually end a question with a ? and the word please..

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Matt - replied to Grumpy (14 Sep 08 23:52)

You certainly are grumpy!

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Grumpy - replied to Matt (15 Sep 08 09:08)

Why accept poor standards of grammar and punctuation as the norm?

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Francois - replied to Grumpy (15 Sep 08 10:28)

Fyi - Sentence not sentance!

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Grumpy - replied to Francois (15 Sep 08 18:49)

Touché!

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Not grumpy - replied to Grumpy (15 Sep 08 10:26)

I think old grumpy needs to get a life? Pehaps he needs a cruize? Or a week in a library swotting away? Back to the question though, there are cruise's that go UK > Caribbean but they call them re-loaction or somthing similar, a quick Google would find any out there. Happy cruisin !!!!!!

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Peterkin - replied to Grumpy (15 Sep 08 21:40)

Wow you must be the miserable grumpiest OLD MAN!Any mistakes there?I usually have the most correct grammar but I typed my question at a very awkward angle and although I do realise I should have 'proof read it first'as I was sending it I realised the spelling errors but it was too late to correct. I did get some useful information regarding the cruise from several polite people which was what I wanted and I thank them for that.NOT the English lesson from a very rude person!! Christine Peterkin.

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Jollands - Answered a Question by peterkin (15 Sep 08 08:14)

Yes Venura October 2009 from Southampton fly back to Gatwick. There are a few cruises like this one, but you need to fly one way!

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Miller - Answered a Question by peterkin (15 Sep 08 09:14)

Balmoral sails from Dover to the Caribbean on October 19.

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