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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by clifton (18 Oct 08 15:36)

Another senario is that they went missing whilst your cases were being moved overnight especially if you were using the American TSA locks. It is so unusual and I am sorry it happened to you but if you point a finger it is almost certain that someone will be sent home prematurely. Regards.... neil.

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christopher middleton - Answered a Question by clifton (18 Oct 08 15:52)

If you say what ship and cruise line then maybe advice on contacting the ship could be given.

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herbert - Answered a Question by clifton (18 Oct 08 16:26)

Was this a fly back to the uk cruise .

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Wilba - Answered a Question by clifton (18 Oct 08 17:58)

As per the last comment, did you fly home as this is a common occurrence at airports but I've never heard of this on a cruise liner. If your fairly certain this is 'Ship' problem then telephone their head office & they will contact the ship whilst at sea. Good Luck. Wilba.

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Macro - Answered a Question by clifton (19 Oct 08 09:25)

If it was just gifts bought in the ports are you sure you packed them ? Seems odd if that is all that went.

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mcdonnell - Answered a Question by clifton (19 Oct 08 10:04)

I wouldnt like to point a finger at any of the staff on the ships they are all very honest because we left a wallet out by mistake with money in it i forgot to put it in my bag and no one touched it, we were going of ship and i left it behind.

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