knight - Answered a Question by burton (07 Jun 08 16:11)

Hello my names rachel and i will be boarding this cruise to the baltics also on the 22nd , i am very much looking forward to it, and as i know one of our entertainers will be andrew robley , i dont know if this is going to be a very good cruise as i have had some bad things that have went wrong already, the sauna and steam rooms arent working when we go etc, what do you think ??

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Miller - Answered a Question by burton (22 May 08 13:38)

The parking arrangements are very good. You drop your luggage off at a designated point and then park close by. There is very little distance between the car park and the terminal (at cruise berth 1). The added benefit is that the parking is under cover. You should book well in advance. I haven't used this facility for a few months so I cannot give you the latest charges but it will not be unreasonable. Occasionally, FOCL or travel agents offer free parking but not always. As a regular on Fred. Olsen I am sure you will enjoy the cruis.

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Fluin - Answered a Question by burton (25 Jul 08 11:59)

We shall be going on fred olson cruise on the 29th july can you give usmap details to the port in newcastle from whitby.

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