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As more of us are buying Future Cruise Letters I thought it might be a good idea for any information to be put here.
We bought a FFC from P&O in 2011 it is valid for four years . Not sure if current ones go as long .
We bought one from Princess last month they expire after two years .
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Qantas is in the news again but this time it is all about ownership. We the Australian public are very proud of our flying kangaroo and the thought of it being owned by foreign investment is something many Aussies recoil at. However if Australia is to retain 51% share in the Airline and keep to current employment of Aussies and Aussie products such...
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6,005 cruise passengers, 1,176 cruise staff and two cities – for the first time, the two largest cruise ships based in Australasia this summer have docked together during sailings in New Zealand. Royal Caribbean International’s Voyager of the Seas and Celebrity Cruises’ Celebrity Solstice met twice this week in Tauranga and Wellington, bringing ...
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We recently reported on the plight of Kevin Chenais a 22 year old man weighing in at 226.8 kilograms, who was refused passage by British Airways. Virgin Atlantic came to his rescue after he was denied passage on the QM2, I do find the QM2 decision surprising as cruise ships often accommodate people with mobility and health issues. Eurostar has also...
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P&O Cruises Wins Award for Best Itineraries
P&O Cruises has been recognised by the readers of prestigious American cruise magazine Porthole, winning the award for Best Australia/New Zealand Itineraries in the publication’s annual Readers' Choice Awards.
P&O Cruises Senior Vice President Tammy Marshall said it was fantastic to be ...
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Here at OzCC we did mention the fire on board the Dawn Princess, although there was little or no confirmation of the incident which made it quite difficult to report accurately.
With many of us boarding the Dawn Princess on the 15th November the topic was still suppressed to a degree and while we don't like to report on the negatives of the cruising...
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Getting this up early as I know many of you are either already in Sydney or heading this way shortly.
We hope you have a wonderful cruise on the Dawn Princess and lots of fun is had for Ozcc's 5th birthday.
I will see many ...
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After on going concerns, demonstrations and protests over the 650 ships that pass through Venice’s Guidecca Canal which passes across the top of the world famous Grand Canal, the Italian Prime minister has announced that the government, from November 2014 will be banning ships of more then 96,000 tonnes.
The numbers of ships of all sizes...
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Papua New Guinea Prime Minister Peter O’Neill today joined Head of P&O Cruises Ann Sherry to celebrate the cruise line’s first dedicated Papua New Guinea cruise and its maiden visit to Milne Bay capital Alotau.
Traditional war canoes escorted P&O Cruises’ Pacific Dawn into Milne Bay for the inaugural visit this morning, with...
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