Seatruck to Eire what is a shared cabin

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  1. Autowbars

    Autowbars Funster

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    On the website it says up to 12 passengers carried.
    Does that mean one cabin shared between 12?

    Ok with me, but the wife a big NO

    Nice and cheap crossing tho
     
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    I think it means its a cargo ship with just a few paying passengers rather than a ferry with cabins for all and sundry.
    No frills, no bar, no entertainment....just a bed and food.
     
  3. Autowbars

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    Don't need any frills at £200 return.
    Eight hour crossing, lounge, so that will do me.
    Free food, drinks, tv.
    I can stand that for £200.
     
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    Hi.
    If its like the truck ferry from a little dock near Immingham to Europort,a lot of the trailers are "Unaccompanied",so there are only about 4 big cabins with about 4-6 beds in. So, you could be sharing your cabin with some.....Knights ? of the road....mmmmmm.
    First wife would go for it,but in the words of Ray Moore DJ, Radio 2.Top morning presenter (RIP) She is just a Truckers Floosie. A term he used when refering to the Lady who did the Road updates when he was on air.
    Come on someone...What was her name ? Lovely lady,always up for a laugh .
    Tea Bag
     
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