BLYTH - Answered a Question by Rogers (17 Jan 09 13:44)

I must admit it would not be a primary reason for joining a cruise ship, but have been on 16 so far and none of these had a 24 hrs coffee service to the best of my knowledge, but perhaps someone else will respond.

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smith - Answered a Question by Rogers (17 Jan 09 13:55)

Princess ships have 24hour coffee and tea available in the Horizon Court buffet area, some of their ships do cruises out of Southampton in the summer.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by Rogers (17 Jan 09 15:22)

P&O have buffet areas open 24hours.

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Walker - Answered a Question by Rogers (17 Jan 09 16:02)

NCL Jade sails from Southampton in the summer months and has a 24hr restaurant called Blue Lagoon.

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Wigg - Answered a Question by Rogers (17 Jan 09 16:56)

Thomson is indeed 24 hours.

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Davis - Answered a Question by Rogers (19 Jan 09 18:31)

Hi, I was on the Independence of the Seas in august and they have now installed kettles with coffee/tea in the cabins. Enjouy ur cruise.

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