Prichard - Answered a Question by higginson (01 Feb 08 18:24)

We have only got stuck in them onc.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by higginson (24 Jan 08 10:40)

There are internal normal lifts also. The glass lifts have a good view of the sea below.

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Buckley - Answered a Question by higginson (25 Jan 08 13:50)

Hi If you book near the ships center the lifts have a good all round vision ether out to sea or into the ship the lifts at ether end of the ship are all enclosed hope it helps?

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beaney - Answered a Question by higginson (27 Jan 08 13:22)

The glass lifts are in the centre of the ship but there are other lifts to use and you dont have to walk mile.

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Midgley - Answered a Question by higginson (11 Feb 08 17:02)

I don't like ordinary lifts but I think you might be fine in the glass ones - its a different experience especisally the outside one.

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higginson - Answered a Question by higginson (11 Feb 08 22:07)

Thank you for answering my letter,i'm so grateful to you all.I'm still a little confused as to wether there is just one glass lift that run's down the side of the ship,and when you get in it,is the door that closes behind you made of glass as well.Also, i have been told that there is glass lifts that are inside the ship as well.hope someone can answer this for me as well..Once again,thank you all for taking time to send your replies.

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mumford - Answered a Question by higginson (23 Feb 08 18:46)

I also suffer from claustrophobia and have done many cruises. You do not have to use the lifts. Although they are great. Use the stairs. After all that food it will do you good! Have a wonderful holiday.

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