BLYTH - Answered a Question by Halstead (30 Dec 08 13:07)

The cruise industry's first music library, "Notes", offering thousands of selections of digital recordings and individual listening stations, is the answer nice ship sailed on it in the Caribbean and the Med. I like the external glass elevator on the port side of the ship, good for people with might be claustraphobic.

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Lucy Bonnette - replied to BLYTH (30 Dec 08 20:21)

Spot on William, but those lifts might be alright for claustrophobics but should certainly be avoided by those with vertigo. Lucy X.

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Blyth - replied to Lucy Bonnette (31 Dec 08 08:29)

Just have to hope a passenger(s) doesn't suffer from both and also has a fear of too many stairs, all the best for 2009, Bill.

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Reeves - Answered a Question by Halstead (01 Jan 09 16:03)

We used 'notes' when my son and I cruised on the Millenium and Constellation. You can hire an IPOD and get them to download hundreds of your favourite tracks for your use whilst you are on board.

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