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Ida & Neil Down - Answered a Question by stanforth (04 Feb 08 21:54)

Firstly we've no idea of your ports of call or indeed what part of the world you will visit, secondly even if we did there is no guarantee that the ship (not boat) will dock in the same berth each time. Sorry but my clairvoyancy bits are not working well .....Nei.

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stanforth - Answered a Question by stanforth (04 Feb 08 23:08)

Sorry,it leaves from new york 28th july for 9 day cruise (stopping San juan,St Thomas,St Maartens and Grand turk!

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Ida and Neil Downj - Answered a Question by stanforth (05 Feb 08 21:32)

Sorry about the joke re clairvoyancy…ok leaving New York best view on the starboard side but arriving the port side is best. San Juan it normally doesn’t matter because the ships point towards the town although the castle side is portside. St Thomas providing you dock in the normal place and not in the annexe port about a mile away the port side is best for the town view but it’s quite a ways off. Can’t remember St Maarten or Grand Turk as it’s too long ago I was there. Probably the port side has it but you are probably not going to spend too much port time in your cabin and you can choose your breakfast side with the view you admire most. Can’t help more than that….Nei.

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stanforth - Answered a Question by stanforth (06 Feb 08 14:51)

Thanks very much for your advice Neil,youve been very helpful.Kind regard.

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