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Old July 7th, 2008, 04:21 PM
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Seamonkey, so you agree?

"However if I had only been restricted to the Cruise and had not been on my own experiencing Spain on my own terms I would have been absolutely left wanting more. In other words a cruise is just not enough (for some of us)".

So more time in port, get to experience the place you are visiting 8) It has to be the way ahead, especially given the cost in fuel to keep jumping port day after day.

Question: X number of ships sailing between Y ports EVERYDAY,mmm. How much of the world’s fuel would the cruise industry save, if they did more overnights in port and reduced the number of ports that are QUICKLY visited????


By doing so, would the customer cruising experience increase,,,YES

Could it have an affect on the price you pay for a cruise,,of course it will.
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