Buckley - Answered a Question by Louth (29 Dec 08 09:04)

Hi try P&O Oceana not to big we found the food very good bar prices not to expensive cabins small but ok, staff very friendly ,it is a family ship so take care as to what time of year you book if kids are an issue? They have a choice of dining club or anytime and casual in the Plaza if you prefer not to do the formal dining.Happy cruising.

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Louth - replied to Buckley (29 Dec 08 12:33)

Many thanks for your reply, much appreciated. Will look into this ship. Work in a school so have to cruise during school hols, kids no problem tho. Thanks again. Happy new year.

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