Rigby - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (21 Sep 07 16:22)

All ships have a self service restauran.

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McCoy - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (21 Sep 07 17:57)

If its like Princess Cruises then yes, most cruises have both.

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ellis - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (21 Sep 07 23:18)

Hi, yes P and O Cuises have a self serve rest, always tea and coffee available, open 24 hrs, u can have meals at set times but always things like chips, burgers etc available. Maureen Elli.

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duffield - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (22 Sep 07 00:21)

Yes p&o oriana and ociana both have self serve excellent buffet meals as well as seated resteraunts. you will enjoy. ian from chesterfiel.

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Candelle - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (22 Sep 07 00:54)

Yes they do. They also serve 'afternoon tea' althogh you'll need to arrive early as it is a bit of a bun fight.

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Ginnever - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (22 Sep 07 06:53)

We have cruised three of P&O fleet and all had self-service restaurants, so I guess that they all will have.

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Parkinson - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (22 Sep 07 08:32)

Yes P&O have buffet dining for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner on all there ships. If you read the P&O web site it tells you all about it.

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Horlick - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (22 Sep 07 11:06)

Went on p and o world cruise early this year. No need to worry plenty of different kinds of dining on offer. The Conservatory offers plenty of choice as do the other non-waiter service place.

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Knott - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (22 Sep 07 11:14)

Been on the Oceana and during breakfast,lunch and dinner you can help yourself in the main dining areas.If you want waiter service you can go in the more formal restaraunts.Food in both is excellent.

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trask - Answered a Question by Aylmer-Clarke (22 Sep 07 12:07)

They all have self service als.

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