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parker - Answered a Question by mcguire (03 Aug 07 18:46)

Royal caribbean navigator, fantastic, i have been on most, you will not be dissapointe.

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robinson - Answered a Question by mcguire (03 Aug 07 16:45)

Thomson Destiny is a fab ship I have been on 3 times twice this year already and have booked to go again for xmas, good luck you wont be disappointe.

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bates - Answered a Question by mcguire (03 Aug 07 19:36)

Royal caribbean ships are fantastic, also ocean village which is good on the pocket too and very relaxin.

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gardiner - Answered a Question by mcguire (03 Aug 07 22:36)

Highly recommend ocoean village.

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Burke - Answered a Question by mcguire (03 Aug 07 23:05)

Thomson cruises have fly-cruises available on board the Destiny for 7 nights. However if you are looking for a better grade cruise line, Royal Caribbean have sailings from Southampton doing a 10 night canaries cruise, and there are some mega deals on this at the moment.

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Coulter - Answered a Question by mcguire (04 Aug 07 10:58)

Like you I live in Scotland and know what it's like to have to travel all the way to Southampton. I recommend Thomson because they can fly you from Glasgow or Edinburgh out to the Canaries in 4 hours. Iff you choose a ship from Southhampton you have the long journey to Southampton (there is a flight to Southampton but very expensive), you are also 2 days at sea before you get ashore, and The Bay of Biscay can be very rough. I know, I've done it and wouldn't do it again. Good luck and have a nice cruise no matter which ship you choose.

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addison - Answered a Question by mcguire (04 Aug 07 11:04)

Navigator of the Seas sails out of Southampto.

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Grandidge - Answered a Question by mcguire (04 Aug 07 16:13)

P & O Oceana sales 14th October from Southampton.Fabulous ship - have been aboard her twice before and had wonderful holidays.

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Duffy - Answered a Question by mcguire (04 Aug 07 17:36)

We did a Canaries cruise aboard the QE2 and had a great time. I would say however that the ship is not the most modern in fact, it is old and tired but nevertheless has great character and is spotless. I felt that the entertainment etc. was aimed towards the older generation but despite this we had a great time. I have not done any others around the Canaries but hope this helps with respect to the QE2. Duffy, Kelt.

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Elliott - Answered a Question by mcguire (05 Aug 07 07:14)

I am going on the Navigator of the Seas on the 16 October around the Canary Island.

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