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I am afraid if people dont get off the ship and buy a stamp and post it themselves which is easy enough to do then I am afraid if they ask others to do it they will be charged a premium price why should P&O do it for others. It has been a number of years since it was 80p to send post from a P&O ship.

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Plus it takes so much longer to actually arrive.  I usually send postcards using the local post office, but my husband got so fed up trailing round after me one trip looking for a post office ashore once, that I used the ships service and it took at least 2 weeks longer than any others!

 

Michele

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23 hours ago, majortom10 said:

I am afraid if people dont get off the ship and buy a stamp and post it themselves which is easy enough to do then I am afraid if they ask others to do it they will be charged a premium price why should P&O do it for others. It has been a number of years since it was 80p to send post from a P&O ship.

Yes, it's easy enough unless you are disabled. 

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