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Island Escape Def No Refit Of Cabins Done.

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  • Shanahan, CARDIFF - Commented on this review

    Thanks for the review Helen - my wife and I will be in one of those cabing in June around the Med. I have printed out your advice on closing the door to the balcony !

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  • collins, heywood - Commented on this review

    Hi pinkney we too have been on this ship three times before, i have readin the reviews that they have done away with the captains dance can ou also tell me wether or not they have done away with the repeat customers cocktail party, this is one of the little touches i enjoy when back on this ship many thanks.

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  • Oram, Kent - Commented on this review

    Have done several Thomson ships, The Dream being the worst and the Destiny our best, would you say this ship was comfortable, was the food good, was it clean. Were there many kids on board? Were there enough sunbeds and chairs around the pools, what were the pools like...any more info would be great.

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