KEITH - Answered a Question by stephenson (17 Jul 07 20:54)

Try the Celebration from Palma through to the Red Sea for it's winter programme. We did it last year and loved every minute.Visit to the pyramids was wonderful. We have also done the cruise from the Canaries back to Southampton ready for the summer season. This winter we are going an Ocean Village repositional cruise from Southampton to the Carribean .

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Newton - Answered a Question by stephenson (30 May 07 15:23)

Just do a cruise search on this site, most repositionings are done in March or November. I'm sure you will find something of interest.

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Black - Answered a Question by stephenson (13 Jun 07 21:25)

What is a repositioing cruise.

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