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    surrey england
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    Cunard, isle of wight hovercraft
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    New York

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  1. Some ships are adults only.
  2. We have used these deals on most of our P&O cruises for us and our disabled adult son. on two cruises there was a £1 deal for 3rd and 4th passengers our last was with the £99 for 3rd and 4th passengers all for selected cruises. Our last cruise 12 nets worked out for a balcony £52 per night per person. I’m sure these deals apply to younger passengers as well. The £1 deals surfaced around February this year. Also used on a suite booking to the Fjords.
  3. There are 95 conservatory mini suites on Iona with over 200 passengers, so would be a push with full suite guests for breakfast in the Epicurean. We looked at the mini suite on our last trip to the Northern lights Arcadia but the extra £2000 with no real extra benefits apart from the space I thought was not worth it. Had a disabled suite on Brittania which was excellent.
  4. The Limelight Club does sell out pre cruise for certain entertainers Colsers, look at who’s on and book who you would like to see. It is a whole night of food and entertainment different than anything onboard ..
  5. You are paying for the more intimate atmosphere of a small venue..with a lovely 3 course menu...Gareth Gates was great but it’s more than that for a few quid you can have a different night out... I’ve been lucky to live close to the Lakeside Country Club (google it) in its heyday had all the current Caberet acts. This a very good nod to it...we enjoyed it immensely...Your on holiday!
  6. Excellent jh1809...did make me giggle.
  7. We won’t book Amsterdam on P&O strangely unless from IJmuiden as the shuttles are free and unlimited as against Rotterdam tour/Shuttles are £40 per person...for us £120 for one trip. Rotterdam should also be a free shuttle service to Amsterdam in my opinion.
  8. My outlaws live in Bridgend near to Port Talbot steelworks. At night looks like Vegas.
  9. Brought back great memories on Brittania, my wife and disabled son had an amazing intimate dinner with 14 other passengers cooked by Marco Pierre White and sat right next to him where he raconteured for two hours. God bless him he made my sons year.
  10. IJmuiden shuttles are free to all at the moment and I can’t see them changing...until P&O decide otherwise IJmuiden has a small beach and the other side is a medium Port Talbot steelworks. The port is basically a large lump of concrete with no facilities...at all.
  11. The tour (shuttle bus)from Rotterdam is about £40+ for everybody. The shuttle bus from March to (as the Amsterdam flyer photo shows) late October is free to all. I can’t see P&O changing after 9 months but you never know. Best way is to phone and see if their is any change in the future.
  12. Just had to reply to not getting into Stavanger....After leaving Tromso with the weather there was no chance of getting near to Stavanger so as the captain broadcast we will sail direct to Southampton. As with all cruise ships the major directive is to get back to port to pick up the new cruise passengers on time.
  13. Nice post Andy....God bless to all involved.
  14. Janny444 it basically says free shuttle buses for everybody, more waiting at peak times.
  15. As on the Amsterdam shuttle bus flyer free. The journey for us was more like 30-40 minutes and the drop off was in a good location by the river behind Grand Central Station 5/10 minutes to the main area.
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