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    #16
    After much deliberation, I have decided to leave the case as it is and not disrupt my carefully planned and neat packing. But I have put a small flat zipper bag in the top, just incase I am called back to the naughty room.

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      #17
      Hi all
      We are traveling down on Eavesway,,their baggage limit is 20kg per case.
      JC
      C P Scott,,,,,"Comment is Free,,but Facts are Sacred"
      "You are entitled to your opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts.

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        #18
        Originally posted by Cooke, Ashby View Post
        23kg is common and it is a health and safety consideration. If your bags are heavy they need special handling, hence the overweight bags desk in the airport. P&O will probably enforce the rule or they could end up with an expensive law suit if a handler is injured. We normally take two cases,, both around 18kg because I always bring back more than I take.
        That's what I've always understood- H&S for anyone handling the case, both dock workers and crew. I've seen it in other literature for cruise lines.
        Jo.

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          #19
          Health and safety is the primary issue. Furthermore, a very heavy bag is more likely to be damaged, if the baggage handlers drop it on its way to your cabin. You should also consider the size of the suitcase. A heavy suitcase might also be rather large. Will you be able to store it under your bed, after you have unpacked?

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