Buckley - Answered a Question by Janet and Andrew . (30 Nov 08 11:03)

The paint gantry is stowed towards the rear of A deck and when in port get moved to which ever area they are working on it has a hanging platform which they access from the Promenade deck,which cabins are effected I don't know,but you could ask for a move if its to much of a problem,but don't let if spoil your cruise its a lovely ship? PS it bleeps when on the move so you can avoid any embarrassing moments?

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by Janet and Andrew . (29 Nov 08 19:49)

I think you'll find that, like the Forth Bridge, painting the outside of the ship is a continual process because of the salt air and not confined to one area of the ship, all the ship gets done, it's like the moving finger, having writ it moves on, unless these are exceptional circumstances. ....Neil.

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