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Giles - Answered a Question by clark (12 Mar 08 00:16)

Not a chance unless you book 2 cruises and only do part of each, even then it will be problematic at very best.

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Bonnette - Answered a Question by clark (10 Mar 08 14:56)

Hello I am sorry to have to tell you but the likelihood of you being able to do that is negligible. You can, of course, try to book it with Princess and I would wish you well in your attempt. I would suggest that the nearest you are going to get to doing this is to do the cruise and then finish off by flying to your chosen destination and back or staying on and extra week before or after the cruise in the area of your embarkation or debarkation (or even hire a car and go up to Orlando or Clearwater or similar) Sorry Heather .

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