hatton - Answered a Question by Cox (19 Mar 07 17:24)

Are you asking if you can pre book parking in Southampton, if so yes you can. Contact your travel agent & they will get you a number to call to book. I would recommend it, just saves the hassle when you get there.

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davis - Answered a Question by Cox (25 Mar 07 17:37)

Candps.co.uk stands for cruise and passenger services linked to p o provides secure valet parking at dockside terminal excellent service superb ship been twice due again you will have a fantastic holiday any more help needed.

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murray - Answered a Question by Cox (08 Apr 07 14:12)

I used cruise and passenger services when I cruised on Oceana last year. Very efficient buy whatever you do make sure you keep the paperwork they give you to hand (mine was accidentally packed in a case) as there will be a hell of a pallaver getting your car back without it. Depending on how many of you are travelling there is also a good alternative. If you book a room for the night prior to sailing in either of a couple of the good hotels near the terminal then they will include parking for the two weeks in the cost of the room. So if you are a couple it works out at about the same price but you've had a refreshing stay overnight and you can get a taxi right to the departure lounge and back to your car without having to queue to deposit and collect your car.Regards, Keith. P.S.If you want to know the hotel details then I will post them online for you on request.

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