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Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by Phillips (22 Jul 08 20:26)

You say that you have booked a cruise with RCI so if you go, armed with your RCI Booking Reference Number which will be on your confirmation sheet, to their Web site, Put you cursor over "Planning a Cruise" and then click on "Already booked" and then click on "Check in On-line" a whole new world will open up for you and show you your itinerary with port times and what you can expect in which port of call and shore excursions you can take or even plan your own adventures from. You can also check in on-line and save yourself loads of time when you embark and even print yourself a "Set Sail Pass" Jewel is a great ship you will enjoy her and the activities staff immensely, I'm sure ...Neil.

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Green - Answered a Question by Phillips (23 Jul 08 14:14)

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Lee Johnson's blog

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By Lee Johnson

After booking a passenger yesterday on a 24 night Caribbean cruise from Southampton return it got me thinking about the different itineraries, some that are port intensive and some that have lots of Sea days, as this one did.Having taken my first Cruise back in 2002 on board the QE2 transatlantic to New York I fell in love with the cruise experience during those sea days. There was always something going on, be that Ballroom dancing or learning the tango (I didn’t do any of this for th...

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By Marilyn Kerr

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By Gemma Coles

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