Miller - Answered a Question by Merritt (08 Sep 08 09:52)

I went on the "Boudicca" Christmas cruise to the Canaries last year and it was great. The ship was beautifully decorated and the whole atmosphere was festive. There was carol-singing on Christmas Eve and a Christmas service the following morning. Santa Claus came with gifts for the children and there were games and fun all over the ship. The food, as usual was excellent. The same pattern seems to be followed throughout the Fred. Olsen fleet so I am sure it will be similar on the good old "Black Prince". The sunshine in Madeira and the Canaries was icing on the cake. I hope you have a great cruise.

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