Wilba - Answered a Question by Haughton (10 Nov 08 12:14)

If you can't be bothered to look the details up on the P&O Website why expect anyone else to do it for you.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Haughton (10 Nov 08 10:12)

Http://www.pocruises.com/Cruises/N003A/Itinerary.axd This site gives you the itenary, but have never booked a cruise before and not known the ports of call as this to me is important to make sure I like the various places and that we don't have too many days at sea.

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Bradley - Answered a Question by Haughton (10 Nov 08 14:53)

Just below the large blue "Home" button to the upper left of this page you will find a small box that says "Answers". Click on the v and select "offers" then in the next box select Caribbean, and in the next one select Jan 09 and then finally for cruise line select P&O Cruises before clicking the red Search button. Scroll down to the bottom of the results and you will find details of the Ventura cruise including destinations and prices.

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Setter - Answered a Question by Haughton (10 Nov 08 15:02)

Why not try looking in the P&O brochure, like the rest of us do??Cynthia.

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Mellor - Answered a Question by Haughton (12 Nov 08 09:22)

Unlike Blyth of Dundee, I like to make sure that a cruise has enough sea days!

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Edwards - Answered a Question by Haughton (12 Nov 08 20:20)

Barbados , St.Vincent , Bonaire ,Aruba , Catalina Island, Tortola, St.Marten, Martinique. St.Lucia ,Grenada. Happy Cruising.

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