jones - Answered a Question by DEARIE (07 Mar 08 21:39)

We have just found out through my mums shore excursion booklet they are traveling on Oceana in april, that you have to have a credit card or debit card to register before you board. We have also traveled on Oceana and only payed with cash or travelers cheque last year, so now we have to try and get a visa debit card then we can use travelers cheques, this is going to be a problem for a lot of people, who only use cash like us. We have spoken to p&o and they say that its going to get more strict by October . We travel then on Ventura, some sorting out to do by then.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by DEARIE (06 Mar 08 15:19)

Dont take maestro they will take cash we paid cash last year we normel pay bye credit card as i say we paid that way or you could phone island yourself they might take travelers cheques you will enjoy your cruise we do one every year first was 2003 for silver wedding we done star as well she is bigger ship than escape they are both good cruises you will have great time staff cant do enough for you plenty to do and eat meals are great as entertenment enjoy we are going back on star this year we done escape last yea.

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mcguire - Answered a Question by DEARIE (13 Mar 08 11:33)

All ships are diffrent i think phone up if you dont have credit card they will have to take cash or travellers cheque you would thin.

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