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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Dixon (30 Dec 08 13:25)

My comment would be yes but can be very limited safer to make sure you take with you what you need. T.

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Wilba - Answered a Question by Dixon (30 Dec 08 13:59)

I have never been on a ship that doesn't sell beachwear, limited as the choice may be, but yours may be a first, as Royal Caribbean don't have a ship called Sea Princess........Wilba.

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Dobson - Answered a Question by Dixon (30 Dec 08 14:16)

Sea Princess is a Princess Cruise ship - not Royal Caribbean. Wilba's right - they do sell beachwear but as she says, very limited.

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Evans - replied to Dobson (30 Dec 08 22:21)

Well you have surprised me. Wilba a woman, he/she is so knowledgeable I took it for granted it must be a man.

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Wilba - replied to Evans (31 Dec 08 06:55)

Male, Think George Clooney/Daniel Craig.....'ish!!......Very 'ish!.....or I Wish!....Happy New Year All. Wilba.

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morris - replied to Evans (31 Dec 08 16:10)

Well there's a chauvinistic comment!!!!!!! Having had the pleasure of meeting 'Wilba' and his lovely wife I can assure you he is a man ....but I am a woman and perhaps just as knowledgeable!!!! Ha Ha !! Happy and Healthy new Year to everyone on this site from Judy and John in Cornwall .

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Dobson - replied to morris (31 Dec 08 17:39)

Quite frankly I don't really 'care' if Wilba is a man/woman/or some other 'earthly' being. I care more for the sound advice that is given on the website. Happy New Year! xxx.

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Lucy Bonnette - Answered a Question by Dixon (30 Dec 08 20:15)

You have not said where you intend to cruise, if however you are cruising in the Caribbean many of the shops have an excellent selection and at very good prices although the drop in the value of the GB£ has eroded this somewhat. If you have time in the USA, even just overnight as some of the stores never close, there are still some bargains to be had there too. Lots more information if only you had written that little bit more. Lucy X.

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By Trevor Smith

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