Patterson - Answered a Question by Walsh (17 Nov 07 17:40)

My hubby and I did this cruise in Februay 2006 and had one of our best holidays. During the cruise we had a Wild West Night, a Red,White and Blue Night, a Caribbean Night and 2 formal nights. Wild West - trying to buy cowboy hats in Dominica. Red, White & Blue - buying bits and bobs in Antigua!! The age group was really mixed, probably starting at around 40ish. I envy you - it was brilliant. If you would like any more details, please feel free to as.

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Walsh - Answered a Question by Walsh (22 Nov 07 17:15)

Thanks to Patterson of Bedlington for her answer to my original query. Since you kindly offered to respond to any further enquires, can you/someone please tell me which system is used to pay for goods & services? I've been told by someone who used a different cruiseline (not Fred Olsen) that no money changed hands and final bills were settled at the end of the cruise. Personally I would rather pay as I went along so there were no shocks in store for me! Thanking you in advance.

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