The Cruise Fairy - Answered a Question by hatfield (20 Sep 17 17:00)

Not required, but advisable. People find that out all the time unfortunately...

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Molyneux - Answered a Question by hatfield (20 Sep 17 13:45)

Let's put it this way. Whether the cruise line wants it or not, you shouldn't even think about going without it. A visit to the ship's doctor for even a minor ailment can cost several hundred dollars.

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James - Answered a Question by hatfield (20 Sep 17 14:51)

Are you having a bad day or something at College or School or are you a new Agent at www.CRUISE.co.uk asking these questions. They are all different and about different cruise lines, which if you are an Agent you should already know!

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Driscoll - Answered a Question by hatfield (20 Sep 17 15:57)

Yes, but it is hardly an issue as you would be very foolish not to have it anyway.

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