Newcastle - Amsterdam Ferry

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  1. Garfields

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    Booked ferry for later in the year
    Have not pre-booked meals as if the crossing is not smooth Mrs G is unlikely to want to eat much
    I'm assuming getting something to eat should be fine anyway if required.
    Or would it be better to book in advance?
     
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    You will be fine getting food on board when you decide what you fancy, we travelled on it last year and booked the meal but once we got on board we decided we could have left it and decide what we wanted once on the boat.

    If you are on the 28th August sailing we will see you on board.

    Martin
     
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    Thanks for the info
    We don't go till September
    Vague plan is Mossel and Black Forrest
    All depends on weather we have two weeks to explore anyway
     
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    I think the only difference if you pre book is its slightly cheaper. We are crossing on the 21st of September
     
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    I think we are the 6th
     
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    They usually have a late booking offer on the reception desk equal to the pre booking price £26 for dinner & breakfast
     
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    We normally upgrade our cabin and you get breakfast included, so we just tend to stop for something on the way to the ferry for dinner.

    On the way home from Zeebrugge last Saturday we took the meal deal with all you can eat buffet, it was certainly value for money.
     
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