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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by payne (24 Sep 07 16:25)

Going by boat at any time of the year is very dangerous ...going by ship is possible and your obvious choice is Cunard on a transatlantic cruise....Neil Dow.

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payne - Answered a Question by payne (24 Sep 07 21:04)

Does anyone know of a transatlantic cruise where you go by ship in both directions without flying back as i can only find it going in one direction on cunard .

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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by payne (26 Sep 07 00:13)

I may be wrong but transatlantic cruises have always been both ways even when the ship in question goes on a sail-about over there for a while....talk to the agents don't just rely on us semi-knowledgeable people. Agents know all the answers......Neil Dow.

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colley - Answered a Question by payne (26 Sep 07 11:37)

Call us and let us know the date you wish to travel to and from and we will give you advic.

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CASSIDY - Answered a Question by payne (29 Sep 07 23:45)

Yes you7 can do tranatlantic both way. it depends what time you want to spend in american.

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