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Taylor - Answered a Question by Irving (05 Feb 17 11:21)

You are allowed to take as much as you like providing that each piece of luggage does not exceed 20kg in weight.

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Lady - Answered a Question by Irving (05 Feb 17 12:14)

For goodness sake, go to the PO website. With the repetitive questions you keep asking, I think it would be beneficial to you.

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hamilton - Answered a Question by Irving (05 Feb 17 12:39)

You can take what you like....never had any problem...providing not too heavy.

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Joyner - Answered a Question by Irving (09 Feb 17 11:01)

Depends on your cruise lines policy. Fred Olsen specifically states 200lbs (90kg). Any single piece not to exceed 20kg.

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Moxey - Answered a Question by Irving (13 Jul 17 20:26)

As much as you like no allowance.

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