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Setter - Answered a Question by Thery (11 Jul 08 17:32)

I think we regular users of this site are heartily tired of answering this question!Try looking at the NCL brochure, it will be spelled out there.

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Williams - replied to Setter (16 Jul 08 09:02)

This person deserves a very hard kick up the backside, his answer shows a height of arrogance probably giving me the impression that if you were drowning he would help you by giving you a Learn How To Swim manual. IF YOU CANT HELP SHUT YOUR MOUTH my friend. Phil williams South wales.

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Bryant - replied to Williams (25 Jul 08 10:16)

Well said, good for you.

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Lloyd - replied to Setter (24 Jul 08 19:13)

I certainly would not like to get stuck on the same table of this snob.I thought this was the idea of this site to exchange views and perhaps the regular cruisers could pass on their experiences. Even they had to learn the ropes on there first cruise.

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Hamilton-Winstanley - Answered a Question by Thery (24 Jul 08 19:24)

Am absolutely disgusted at reply by Setter, Newton Abbot. Sorry, can't help with answer to your question as haven't ever cruised with NCL. But go ahead, ask all your questions - it's half the fun and anticipation - when we were going on QM2 I really enjoyed asking my own questions and then getting the really helpful, pleasant replies that I received. Later, we met up with some of those people on the cruise and they were all fantastic - heaven forbid that you should meet up with Supercilious Setter, Newton Abbot.

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Bocock - Answered a Question by Thery (25 Jul 08 09:54)

Why do you need to dress up for dinner.you dont have to dress up for Covent Garden these days.R.bocock.

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McMillan - Answered a Question by Thery (31 Jul 08 04:09)

Dress what you are comfortable in. It is nice always to dress nicely for all occasions when you want to be happy. You set the tone by not being dressed as a slob. Formal dress is dinner jackets or smart suites ties and jackets. Informal dress is jackets and ties. Casual is shirts, jackets, sweaters but not t-shirts or vests. Who do you want to sit beside to enjoy a good meal? That should answer your question.

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