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king - Answered a Question by Todd (27 Jan 08 18:14)

If you want to upgrade to all-inclusive you will have to call thomson very quickly. We tried to book it 3 weeks before our sailing and we were too late. No-one at all was sea sick when we were on board, the Red Sea seems to be very calm.

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morris - Answered a Question by Todd (27 Jan 08 16:37)

We've cruised the Red Sea three times in February and November and it was never rough...perhaps a gentle swell on occasions but nothing more than that....as for the all inclusive...it might be worth giving Thomson a ring as I'm not sure you can do it once on the ship...I had a feeling it has to be booked prior to going....we had it as a special offer but I think it is a fairly good deal even if you have to pay.

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Broadbent - Answered a Question by Todd (05 Feb 08 18:37)

I tried to book the drinks package but was told that as it was only 2 week to departure I would not be able to do this.

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Crosby - Answered a Question by Todd (13 Feb 08 09:25)

Hi, Don't believe them when they say you can book it when you get on board - you can't! No one was sea sick when we were on the Celebration in December 07.

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