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February 11, 2010 9:45 AM | Alaskan Photo Tours

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Does it show the Olympics on television on a cruise?

Going on a cruise (Celebrity Mercury to Alaska) from August 17, 1910 -… miss more than half of the 2008 Olympics. So I want to know: have cable TV in the cruise? (More specifically, we have NBC or CSC or sports channels)

Cruise ships do not have cable satellite TV. But programming is not really the same as anyone. In general, you can watch TV in places 2 and 3 in the boat. First, in his cabin in the TV will have one or two of the stations of the network television (ABC, NBC, CBS), probably ESPN, CNN, perhaps the BBC, and then a movie channel or two that are free movies and maybe 3 or 4 more channels of movies showing the same films in foreign languages such as Spanish, French, German. You will then have a channel to present information about what is happening on the boat, and probably also a navigation channel that shows whether the ship. So all of this is that it is not nearly as cable or satellite at home. The other place is very likely to see events Sports of the vessel is the sports bar, perhaps in the Sky Bar in the Mercury. I've been on cruises where the possibility exists and the interest sports events and games like the Superbowl were on television and shown in the sports bar but not in the cabin TV. In addition to the sports bar TV in bars and others in the gym may have the Olympics. So, what I'm saying is that it is possible for you to see some or all of the Olympic Games, while in the cruiser, but its not safe.

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