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OTOOLE - Answered a Question by McCall (03 Aug 07 18:51)

Yes you can join the ship at any of the ports, downside being that you obviously pay the full cruise fare as your cabin has been available for you from Day 1.

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Ward - Answered a Question by McCall (01 Aug 07 21:41)

I don`t think so.

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Custance - Answered a Question by McCall (04 Aug 07 04:41)

Easy cruise you can, or P & O and Cunard's World Cruise.

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winsland - Answered a Question by McCall (04 Aug 07 12:54)

I picked up a leg of the QE2 world cruise from Singapore to Capetown.( I only paid for this part) I extended the holiday before the cruise and after the cruise by 3 days at each place and had a thoroughly good holida.

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White - Answered a Question by McCall (04 Aug 07 12:58)

Yes, of course you can if they have cabins available. No proble.

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Bruce - Answered a Question by McCall (07 Aug 07 11:06)

You can get on an Easy Cruise ship at any of its ports, you have to arrange your own flights and everything though. I haven't been on the orange wonder so I don't know how good/bad it is.

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nield - Answered a Question by McCall (09 Aug 07 13:32)

Absoultly not.

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Higgins - Answered a Question by McCall (20 Aug 07 23:32)

They do not as a rule, but it is possible if there is space of course there is always Easycruis.

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Higgins - Answered a Question by McCall (20 Aug 07 23:32)

They do not as a rule, but it is possible if there is space of course there is always Easycruis.

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Prentice - Answered a Question by McCall (21 Aug 07 15:01)

You can join at a port on its itinerary on Celebrity cruises. Not sure about other cruise lines.

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