Ross - Answered a Question by radley (15 Sep 07 11:47)

They want the name of someone who is NOT travelling - so a relation back in the U.

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Ida & Neil Down - Answered a Question by radley (15 Sep 07 14:56)

The section that you are looking at is a little disconcerting but if in that "drop down" box you put your name then fill in the details underneath for your emergency contact that will suffice for one pasenger. When you have reached that stage for your partner/spouce you again select the same name as before you need write nothing further because the first words are "Same As" and now you are saying this entry is the same as the previous one. If you have a different emgency contact then put the other name in the "Drop down " box and fill in the rest of that section with the alternative details. It looks much more complicated than in fact is. I know this works as I have three booked with them at present. Good luck with it, Neil Dow.

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Plummer - Answered a Question by radley (15 Sep 07 15:21)

They want the name and phone number of someone who is remaining in Englan.

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lewis - Answered a Question by radley (15 Sep 07 16:26)

Normally a phone number of a contact in the Uk whislt you are away. Have always filed in our with our sons mobile num,ber on RCL/CEL and never been any problems If you cannot get the form filed in do it at the dockside they always ask before issuing your with your boarding card enjoy you wont need it hopefully.

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