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Last evening I was tinkering around the boards and saw a link to a calendar that showed you what ships were in a port. It was calendar type of format and today cannot not find this link anywhere. Hope some one is able to help. Thanks Liz
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If you find yourself in that same situation when your forget another site, try the "history" on your own computer. I have mine set to keep tabs on previous sites visited for 2 weeks. It comes in handy at times.....
Yes, thanks for the info,that is the one. My husband wanted to see what ships are in the ports when we go on the Caribbean Princess end of this month.
Thanks for the computer hint, I am slowly getting the hang of the computer lingo etc. Regards Liz