Macro - Answered a Question by van rheede (19 Oct 08 09:50)

Use the free quote button to the right of your question instead.

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christopher middleton - Answered a Question by van rheede (18 Oct 08 14:48)

Try this e mail address contactus@cruise.co.uk.

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Macro - Answered a Question by van rheede (19 Oct 08 08:10)

You should be able to just prefix with the uk number and call (448000911629 ) alternativly they trade as Victoria Travel ( 448718551208). Or if you look at the red button marked "Free Quote" above 'standby cruises' to the right of this page, you will be able to notify them of your request and they could call or e mail YOU. Good Luck.

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