Miller - Answered a Question by m (08 Oct 08 15:30)

Try the Fred. Olsen website, go to "our ships" and see "Black Prince". Hope this helps.

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Mountain - replied to Miller (22 Oct 08 23:27)

No this only shows you 3 pictures and the one of an outside room is only a standard outside which is not adequate for our needs so i was hoping to see a superior outside picture to see if that was good enough . But thank you for taking time to reply to my question. jon.

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Trollope - Answered a Question by m (07 Nov 08 15:00)

Don't expect "superior cabins" on Black prince,it is a very old ship,a former car ferry(an shows it). The cabin will be adequate that's all. This vessel is being taken out of service next year and has not been updated for some time.

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Carey - Answered a Question by m (29 Nov 08 17:42)

Go to this link, it should help.

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