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Postby jocap » 04 Oct 2011 18:22

Just trying:

OOPS MY MISTAKE : It went whilst I was trying to sort it

VERY SORRY Pete
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Re: Ventura

Postby jocap » 04 Oct 2011 18:25

And again ( not my photos, but my file always comes back as Too Big...)
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Re: Ventura

Postby Barrowboy » 04 Oct 2011 20:09

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The ever popular.....P&O Ventura

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Re: Ventura

Postby Dave » 05 Oct 2011 06:59

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Ventura in Grand Turk - a photo I've used for a forum logo! :D
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Re: Ventura

Postby bobbyboy » 26 Nov 2011 15:04

A view along the length of the ship from my favourite seat in the Metropolis bar............

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Re: Ventura

Postby Mungo » 26 Nov 2011 15:40

I like Ventura! :D Prefer her to Azura! ;)
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Re: Ventura

Postby Mrs CG » 26 Nov 2011 16:47

For me Azura just has the edge...
Been twice on Ventura only once on Azura. But, I personally think Azura seems less rowdy. Could be because we went out of the school holidays. But then again we did on both our Ventura ones!
Love the covered pool on Ventura... waste of space for the sky screen on Azura.
Now... the Glasshouse..... Super :)
Would go on either again. :)
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Re: Ventura

Postby jocap » 26 Nov 2011 21:03

G's really keen to go on Azura, after the night of the christening, but I think the outdoor pool will be the crunch, from S'ton, as he like to swim every day. We were going to wait for the prices back from the Caribbean next March, but booked with the cruise dot cruise instead....
followed by a week on Ventura.
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Re: Ventura

Postby Dave » 26 Nov 2011 23:54

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Re: Ventura

Postby JollyJill » 27 Nov 2011 07:46

Dave wrote:Image


What a great shot. She looks as though she is marooned in the middle of nowhere. :)
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