Lambie - Answered a Question by sibley (11 Dec 08 16:12)

Same answer as Neil, question too vague but here is a copy of the reply I recieved fro Island Cruises when I asked the same question: "Thank you for your email, which I forwarded to my Manager for his input. I have been advised that we are not at this time removing/reducing fuel levies, as this possibility was looked at for the season some time ago. The industry will be monitored but cruise operators such as Royal Caribbean and P&O and Carnival Cruise lines will be driven by the U.S market /guidelines for their decision on refunds".

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by sibley (11 Dec 08 15:54)

Unless you can be more specific with your question, No. We could answer a more direct and particular question but this is too vague ........Neil.

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