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    Grand Princess

    Robinson Cruisoe, Mrs
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    Robinson Cruisoe, Mrs
    Cruises.co.uk Community Manager


    #2
    You claim this is the Grand Princess, but it looks like a stick with a flag and a lot of sea to me.

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      #3
      regardless of what it says it is i'd rather be there than here
      Originally posted by Bosscat, Argolida View Post
      You claim this is the Grand Princess, but it looks like a stick with a flag and a lot of sea to me.

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        #4
        regardless of what it says it is i'd rather be there than here

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          #5
          Its actually the live WebCam at the front of the ship

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            #6
            I always thought they reversed in alongside in which case it would be the back.....mind you I'm assuming its Mayflower terminal .... may be not
            ...looks a bit of a grey day doesn't it?

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              #7
              Well I'll be on her in August and I can't wait!!!

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                #8
                Originally posted by KayJay, Telford View Post
                Well I'll be on her in August and I can't wait!!!
                I'm just back today from a cruise on the Grand Princess and had a lovely time, I'm sure you will enjoy it.
                The photo shown earlier is from the ships web cam which if you are really short of something to do you can watch it for 24 hours a day on your TV

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by MrB, Sandhurst View Post
                  The photo shown earlier is from the ships web cam which if you are really short of something to do you can watch it for 24 hours a day on your TV
                  but it's handy to use to see if it's daylight if you're in an inside cabin!
                  Helen

                  the keeper Loobyloo, Hugo and Tinkerbell (the cats) and The Cluckingtons (the chickens)

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