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Mordan - Answered a Question by costello (09 Sep 08 16:10)

Titanic.

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pilgrim - replied to Mordan (10 Sep 08 05:54)

Nice one LOL.

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palmer - replied to Mordan (14 Sep 08 20:21)

Fab answer! I laughed for ages.

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Miller - Answered a Question by costello (09 Sep 08 17:52)

The "Achille Laura" caught fire and sank.

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Brierley - Answered a Question by costello (09 Sep 08 18:27)

Another one lost in 2007 was Louis Cruise Lines Sea Diamond, with a believe two fatalities, both passengers, this was at Santorini.

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Bradbury - Answered a Question by costello (09 Sep 08 18:47)

Mikhail Lermontov 1986..........Sea Daimond 2007.

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neal - Answered a Question by costello (10 Sep 08 09:20)

............. the most dangerous part of your cruise is likely to be the M62 on the way to the docks, although there is no record of a cruise liner having sunk there. lol.

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Beard - Answered a Question by costello (10 Sep 08 14:31)

Have you forgoten The Sun Visa in the mallaca straights 1999 we should have been on it for the mallenium.

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Robertson - Answered a Question by costello (11 Sep 08 21:31)

Dont panic, they give you lifeboat drills BEFORE the ship leaves dock, feel like a bit of a prat standing in glorius sunshine, with a bright orange life jacket. still its a great way to get the holiday off to a good start, cos you get to laugh at others who look worse in their lifejackets than you do LOL.

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