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Ida and Neil Down - Answered a Question by Rogers (09 Feb 08 19:59)

Spot on Ingle plus make sure you keep medicines and valuables with you in your carry on luggage also anything that you might need over the next few hours, including a costume if you want an early swim, as it could take several hours for all your luggage to arrive at your cabin. Southampton is such an easy port from which to embark.....regards Nei.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by Rogers (09 Feb 08 18:01)

You can drop off right at the terminal and your luggage is taken from you and diappears down a hole in the wall. You then walk a few steps into the terminal with your hand luggage and check in. Just make sure all your labels are on your luggage before you arrive. Also take a small overnight bag as your luggage has to be outside your cabin by midnight on your last night.

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C - Answered a Question by Rogers (15 Feb 08 16:04)

Is this cruise E819 ? We are also on this cruise.

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