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macpherson - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (01 Dec 07 09:55)

An answer to your question...M'Lord! The Balmoral like all Fred Olson ships provide music to suit all types of dance ..you can be an absolute beginner and join in the dance classes during the daytime...free of charge! You will have a wonderful time on board...day and evening...I did!

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MIDHAGE - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (30 Nov 07 18:57)

DEAR MR. DUCKWORTH When you logged this question you and your wife/partner must have been stone sober!! After a couple of rum and cokes you will be able to perform any Caribbean type of dance, possibly even the samba. Good luck, one guarantee is that the experience on the dance floor of this Fred. Olsen vessel will make you feel ten years younger once you return to sobriety in UK. Yours...The in viking city of York, Dick ***.

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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (30 Nov 07 19:47)

As far as I remember Balmoral when she was the Crown Odysey had very little dance space so ballroom dancing lessons would not be a huge advantage there. BUT you might find that lessons would be great fun and worthwhile anyway. Neil and I have certainly benefitted so much from learning to dance. So go for it and at least learn the basics....it's so satisfying....Id.

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MAYNARD - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (30 Nov 07 20:49)

Is that lord or vera.

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Damant - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (30 Nov 07 21:12)

Most cruise ships have dancing classes so you can learn whilst at sea. All types of dancing is performed on most of the ships I have been on. The main thing is just to do your own thing and enjoy yourself.

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Fraser - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (30 Nov 07 21:59)

Just relax and enjoy Some cruise lines do classes but just get up and dance anyway you feel like. Its not a come dancing competition everybody just enjoys themselves.

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Kennedy - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (01 Dec 07 08:18)

If cruises on other Fred Olsen ships is anything to go by you should expect dance lessons to be available for beginers, the dance ability of passengers is very mixed (and many do not join in at all) so there is absolutely no need to worry about leaning before you g.

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knight - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (01 Dec 07 09:57)

Hello erm no you wont need to take any ballroom as there are usually teachers onboard and they teach you in classes if yoo wish to participate.

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Wilkie - Answered a Question by Lord-Duckworth (01 Dec 07 10:41)

It would help to be able to do the basic dance steps but its not important as there dance floor is small compared to Cunards N Wilkie Dalgety bay .

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