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"It's Yachting Not Cruising".....

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    "It's Yachting Not Cruising".....

    There is a difference,

    I have been aboard this super luxury cruise, with a difference.
    And after recently blogging about it, i have selected one of many deals to tempt you.

    Mediterranean Deal Of The Week

    Croatia and Montenegro Voyage

    departs 24th September 2011 - 7 nights

    from
    Fares include all meals, open bar , complimentary champagne, wines with lunch and dinner, use od board recreational facilities, water sports as well as all gratuities.

    E MAIL GRACEM@CRUISE.CO.UK
    TELEPHONE 0800 408 6083
    BLOG: http://amazinggraceonboard.blogspot.com/

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    Read my blog on the SeaDream

    Amazing Grace Cruising
    E MAIL GRACEM@CRUISE.CO.UK
    TELEPHONE 0800 408 6083
    BLOG: http://amazinggraceonboard.blogspot.com/

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      #3
      So what is the difference between a ship and a yacht? (I require an exact answer, please, as I don't know.;))
      See my cruise blog: HERE

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        #4
        Last edited by Grace, Cruise.co.uk; 21st January 2011, 11:18 AM.
        E MAIL GRACEM@CRUISE.CO.UK
        TELEPHONE 0800 408 6083
        BLOG: http://amazinggraceonboard.blogspot.com/

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          #5
          Originally posted by Malcolm Oliver, Essex View Post
          So what is the difference between a ship and a yacht? (I require an exact answer, please, as I don't know.;))
          Unless it is classified as a motor or steam yacht, a yacht uses sails for power.
          A yacht and boat can fit in/on a ship but not the reverse.

          jim
          Last edited by jimtheoldsalt, felixstowe; 21st January 2011, 11:46 AM.

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            #6
            Originally posted by jimtheoldsalt, felixstowe View Post
            Unless it is classified as a motor or steam yacht, a yacht uses sails for power.
            A yaucht and boat can fit in/on a ship but not the reverse.

            jim
            Right on Jim..............
            Our cruising days are over now.................

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