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Old May 10th, 2011, 06:13 PM
LauraS LauraS is offline
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Default UK Blog Post: Volunteering on a cruise isnít sexy. Or is it?

How many of us can boast that on our recent cruise we helped dispose of some 1,700 tons of rubbish? On a recent Caribbean cruise aboard Star Clippersí Royal Clipper, passengers skipped beach time to scrub up beaches on St. Kitts, part of a joint effort between the cruise line and an island charity. Itís [...]

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Old May 11th, 2011, 05:37 PM
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I noticed that a number of people are paying around £1800 to go to the plastic island in the Pacific, to help dispose of some of the billions of items floating round there in the ocean.
We all help to keep our beach here clean, and pick up items daily....and children have a big clean ready for the summer.
If it makes people feel good- why not!!
16 cruises; 10 ships; 7 lines; 80 ports
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