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Smith - Answered a Question by Dixon (30 Aug 07 13:47)

We have just come back from the British Isles on Boudicca and had an inside cabin on Atlantic Deck (4008) We found the cabin quite adequate for our needs but strange with no natural lighting but good for sleeping at night as it was so dark. There is loads of storage space in the cabin (more than we had in a balcony suite on Braemar). Had shower only but was quite ok for a quick wash and change before dinner. Tea/coffee/biscuits in cabin which was a nice touch (none on Braemar). Cabin was very clean and tidy. She is a very stable ship as we hit rough seas around Scotland and I was only sick once and not three days like on Braemar in the Canaries this May (beware it's not only the Bay of Biscay but the Atlantic as well!) I am sure you will enjoy your time on Boudicca.

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Thaine - Answered a Question by Dixon (05 Sep 07 02:22)

On boudicca for seven weeks earlier this year,we had an outside cabin,good storage,tea making facilities,ok for space, inside cabins looked very nice. Recommend you dont have a cabin on main deck near laundertette under lido deck, we had fumes coming in through air con quite a lot they seem to have a problem there. Must praise Staff and quality of food onboard,restaurants are good. Also found the Spa staff excellent, spent lots of time and money there! Have a lovely holiday.

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Russell - Answered a Question by Dixon (09 Nov 07 21:26)

Having had an inside cabin on Boudicca in August we, like Smith,Cambridge, found it suited our needs and there were 3 of us in the cabin,there was plenty of space. Staff brilliant everywhere - hope you have a good time to.

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