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Wilba - Answered a Question by Pickard (24 Aug 08 17:25)

Can you seriously believe we all love cruising because it's the same as a cross channel car ferry? I think we would have been taken to the home for the bewildered years ago if that were the case.

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Neil and Ida Down - replied to Wilba (24 Aug 08 23:32)

Bill, someone has seriously misled me about where you live then, (sorry ) ... Neil.

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Wilba - replied to Neil and Ida Down (25 Aug 08 08:30)

Neil, I don't just live there, I was born there!

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middleton - Answered a Question by Pickard (23 Aug 08 19:53)

If you would state which ship/cruise line you where on also the location of your cabin IE front/midships/aft/deck high low you will get a better to your response question.

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Neil Down - Answered a Question by Pickard (23 Aug 08 20:59)

I am assuming that you used a P & O Car Ferry and I am also assuming that you are trying to compare that experience with a purpose built cruise ship trip. If my assumptions are right then you are in for a big surprise when you go cruising in the correct vessel. The difference is as marked as it would be if you were to travel in a lorry and then in a saloon car. They both make the same journey .... need I say more. .....Neil.

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Pickard - Answered a Question by Pickard (23 Aug 08 21:48)

P&O - pride of bruge - deck 6 of around 7/8 (top deck of three passenger decks) all the passenger cabins were in the front half ours been nearly at the front. It was a car ferry.

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Neil and Ida Down - replied to Pickard (23 Aug 08 22:01)

Like I said... no comparison, You could try a mini cruise, there are normally some around but on something built for cruising....you won't regret it. Regards. .... Neil.

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middleton - Answered a Question by Pickard (23 Aug 08 23:04)

Norsun was built in 1987 by NKK, Tsurumi, Japan, for North Sea Ferries (Nedlloyd). She entered service between Hull-Rotterdam. Following internal rebuilding, Norsun transferred to the Hull-Zeebrugge service in 2002, receiving P&O Ferries livery at the same time. In 2003 Norsun was renamed Pride of Bruges, This is the ship Japan builds cargo ships cruise ships no, I suggest that you try a real cruise ship a cabin amidships not to high up you will find a vast difference .

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MacDonald - Answered a Question by Pickard (28 Aug 08 18:20)

That's rather like comparing a ride on a cattle train with a ride on the Orient Express ...

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