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There's no problem at all with this. You're booking, and taking, all your flights. You're using all your returns, the airline is not going to care. No links or references I'm afraid, but I've done basically this without the cruises. When I relocated from the UK to Asia for work I ended up, for various reasons with a one-way ticket to the back to the UK. To ...


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It's going to vary so much from ship to ship - back in the day it was easier, but these days there's such variety. CruiseCritic has a list of dress-codes by cruise line for about a dozen cruises, that's probably about the best list or method you're going to get. Alternatively you can google each cruise ship and add the search term 'dress code' but that ...


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Very much depends on the cruise ship, and it's often based on their country of origin. Here are some examples: in the help of P&O cruises (a British-American cruise line) : Oceana and Britannia also have US 2 pin sockets in addition to UK 3 pin sockets The standard electrical supply in the United Kingdom is 50HZ (cycles) and 240V. The supply on board ...


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It will depend on the ship. Cunard seems to have one US + one UK plug officially, and if you search around you find some more (by unplugging TV etc.), but they have tons of British customers. Other cruise ships might have US + European.


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Having been on a number of cruises, with different lines this is a REALLY difficult question to answer, as what I think will Almost always be different to the opinion of others so with the big caveat that whilst I stand by this answer, it might be considered personal, but that it also comes from a uk based person. When it comes to quality most of the major ...



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