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tightwad - Answered a Question by duffy (27 Nov 08 15:38)

If you are sailing out of the tyne x30 bus to tyne dock will do .......just pulling your leg. if your sailing from uk most cruise companys arrange coach transfers to port at a cost, just make sure when you book its a flycruise as some are cruise only . a cruise specialist at local travel agent will keep you right hope this helps .

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by duffy (27 Nov 08 15:28)

Why don't you ask whoever gave you this mysterious price......

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tightwad - replied to Aldrich (27 Nov 08 15:41)

Eh..........

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Bradley - Answered a Question by duffy (27 Nov 08 15:52)

If the quote is for 'Cruise Only' then the answer is NO. Given that you haven't given us any idea of which cruise the quote relates to then we can't really help you very much more than this. Quite a few cruise companies quote cruise only as it makes their up front price look very competitive. If they then also quote prices including flights from every airport in the UK then you can bet these prices are very much higher and, from the more obscure airports, may well involve flights with a change of aircraft or even an overnight stay somewhere. In these circumstances you are much better off arranging your own flight (preferably going out a day early in case of flight delays/cancellations).

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OWENS - Answered a Question by duffy (27 Nov 08 16:57)

If you are sailing from a british port ie southampton yor can iether get a coach which goes from washington services which some shipping companies provide free or you can get a cheap flight to southampton the return flight is early so you may require a n overnight stay if its a fly cruise the flight cost is included here again it may require an overnight stay in an airport hotel at extra cost if it is cruise only you pay for the flights separate either through your travel agent or book it yourself ,whichever way you go enjoy it.

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