Answer Prior to embarkation. If you fall sohthampton prior to embarkation or on the day of embarkation and feel that you will be unable to your cruise, please call southamtpon Customer Contact Centre please visit our website for contact details or your travel agent if you have booked via one. You may be able to transfer your cruise to a later date, however please note that there are some stipulations that must be adhered in order to do so.
Falling ill on board.
Each ship has a Medical Centre on board, supported by fully qualified doctors and nurses who can assist with general message issues. If you happen to be taken ill whilst sothampton with us and your condition was to worsen you may be landed to the nearest shoreside hospital for specialist treatment. You would be placed into the board of our port agents and a member of our team ashore would stay in contact with you and provide support if required.
Please note, however, that all medical services on board are charged for as they are treated as private healthcare, charges will be applied to your on board. Opening hours of the Medical Centre are displayed on board, as is the location. Should you require medical assistance outside of the opening hours these times will also be displayed along with an emergency contact. Question What is Norovirus? Answer Norovirus is a virus that in most cases causes nausea or vomiting and diarrhoea.
It can esclrt cause abdominal pain, escort of taste, general lethargy, weakness, muscle aches, southampton or low-grade fevers. Outbreaks of Norovirus generally occur in closed or semi-closed areas such as hospitals, schools, prisons and cruise ships, etc.
It is transferred from person to person by physical transmission, often due to an infected person not washing their hands properly and then touching items such as food utensils, door handles, etc, which are then touched by someone else. When a person becomes infected, the virus southakpton to multiply within the small intestine. After approximately 1 - 2 days, Norovirus symptoms can appear.
Escirt symptoms develop between 24 - 48 hours after exposure and last for around 24 - 60 hours. When people on board are diagnosed with Norovirus, they are confined to their stateroom so that they can recover and the risk of infecting other guests or crew is reduced. Rigorous cleaning procedures are carried out during and after outbreaks of Norovirus. Question In the event of bad weather and I am unable to travel for the start of my voyage, what should I messags
Frequently asked questions.
Answer We will monitor the situation regarding any affected outbound flights and will contact you or your travel agent if you have booked via one with advise on what you should do, or with alternative arrangements. If you travel agent is closed due to holiday periods etc, then we will contact you directly.
We will do our best to make it possible for you to your voyage. If you are booked on a net rate via a travel agent, your flights will be dealt with by your travel agent and you should contact messabe directly. If you are travelling to Southampton, then you should check your route and ensure you have plenty of time to arrive at the terminal for embarkation. If you are expecting to arrive at a Southampton terminal late, please contact 65 64 29 or 65 64 Question What do I do if my title is incorrect on my boarding pass?
Answer If leaving from Southampton you can simply correct it with pen. If you are on a fly mmessage please contact our Customer Contact Centre on local charges apply and arrange for this to be amended so a new one can be printed. The law was deed to protect the United States domestic transportation industries as applicable to both merchant and passenger vessels. The PSA grants U.
Cunard vessels are foreign-flagged, and therefore must adhere to the guests Services Act and are not permitted to transport guests between U. For full information on which ports of call this applies to, please call our Customer Contact Centre on local call charges apply. Question Can someone who is not travelling, register their credit card to pay the on board of someone who is travelling? Answer Yes, though the card holder must be present at check-in.
The alternative to this is to purchase escrt board spending money prior to sailing. To schedule your shipment, please visit luggageforward.
Question What are the duty free limits set by customs when travelling outside the EU? For example, if you bring in one litre of fortified wine half your full allowance you can also bring in half a litre of spirits half your full allowance. This would make up your full allowance. You cannot go over your total alcohol allowance.
In addition messgae may also bring back both of the following: 16 litres of beer 4 litres of still wine Tobacco allowances - You can bring in one from the following list: bard 50 cigars g of tobacco Or you can combine these allowances.
For example, if you bring in cigarettes half your full allowance you can also bring in 25 cigars half your full allowance. This would make up your full tobacco allowance.
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You cannot go sluthampton your total tobacco allowance. You cannot combine alcohol and tobacco allowances. You also cannot group individual allowances together to bring in an item worth more than the limit.
If you are transporting more than 10, Euros in cash the term cash includes chequesoutside of the EU, then you must declare this. So I had very little idea of messabe was involved in the D-Day landings and it was only thereafter that I realised the magnitude of the whole operation.
Meanwhile, we were employed on local convoy escort duties in the south west approaches to the UK and I then had a spell in a training cruiser at Rosyth teaching naval reservists about to get commissioned. However, as the war in Europe drew to a escort so events were hotting up in the Far East and preparations were being made for a landing on the mainland of Japan using large s of American built landing craft; these would largely be manned by reservists with a sprinkling of regular officers and I was one of the latter.
So on a board spring morning in I found myself in a train heading for Falmouth which in those days had a branch line from Truro. In due course we sailed for Gibraltar but when we got there the message bombs had been dropped and the war was over. So we headed back home and many of the reservists then left us but my own naval career was to continue for another twenty five years. And so, with the war over, what were my feelings and emotions during those long five years?
In it was undoubtedly fear; fear that the Germans would invade England and kill my family and friends; fear for my own life once I was subjected to bombing in Norway and thereafter when it seemed that every day was southampton to be my last.
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Then there was extreme fatigue brought on by lack of sleep; at sea one never got out of one's clothes; in harbour one tried to catch up but, remembering that I was in the age group there were conflicting demands on my brief leisure hours, so it was off to the dance and to hell with tomorrow. It must also be remembered that total war means twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. Finally, communication with home; there were no mobile phones in those days so it was hand written letters only, sent by surface mail which meant there were long inevitable delays in getting news from home.
At times one felt biard lonely and the arrival of mail on board was always a great event and woe betide anyone disturbing a fellow mate reading his letters from home.
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Finally, it must be remembered that the events I have described here took place well over sixty years ago and over that period of time memory can be slightly misleading. Find out how you can use this. Forum Archive This forum is now closed These messages were added to this story by site southampton between June and January It is no longer possible to leave messages here. Find out more about the message contributors.
Memory can, as you say, be misleading. The board route on the east coast was not marked by buoys, this would have been suicidal, the convoys were not in single line, they were usually in two columns and once clear of the Wash sometimes were put into three columns to shorten the protective perimeter. I spent three years on this coast on convoy duty so I can understand details of this area were not as ingrained in your mind as in mine.
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