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Johnstone - Answered a Question by Garbett (06 Mar 08 20:50)

I've sailed with them 7 times and usually got my tickets 2-3 weeks in advance. In fact I'm due to sail on the Lirica on the 29th of this month and got my tickets yesterday. However on my last cruise, my travel agent had a problem with the final invoice or something (it was a late booking) and I didn't get my tickets until a week before sailing. I'd say don't worry they will come. have a great tim.

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gilliland - Answered a Question by Garbett (06 Mar 08 19:58)

Ah, quit worrying!This is normal. We are cruising On 15/03/08 and I just got documents today 06/03/08.Enjoy yourself----and unwind!Robert G.

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Bonnette - Answered a Question by Garbett (06 Mar 08 20:19)

If you are really woried ring them but the normal procedure is to send out your tickets 8 to 12 days before your leaving date. I'm not sure why they leave it so long but it is normal...Heathe.

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