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Post  CAP on Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:45 am

No need to be alarmed it is "on-topic"!

I was going through some material and came across several references to "Linn HiFi". Apparently in the mid-late nineties this company (it does still exist I checked it on Google), provided much of the audio-visual technolgy. It actually went beyond simple supply, according to one of the ship notices there was a Linn Hi-Fi shop situated on the upper deck by stairway E. This "shop" also served as a listening room for their entertainment products. Having looked at the company site it is very much up-market and high quality bespoke equipment, with the obvious price banding. I was therefore tickled with the programme strapline of "shipboard prices" lol!

Interested to see of any images of the shop/location

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Post  Louis De Sousa on Thu Jun 10, 2010 9:26 am

I do remember this shop sadly i have no photos but ill send e-mails around to ex-crew maybe someone can help me.In the mean below is the location on Upper Deck

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Post  lanky lad on Sat Sep 18, 2010 10:51 pm

I remember the shop, it was later used as part of the photo shop. This is the only photo I could find showing the location of the shop.

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Post  Brian_O on Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:07 am

That location was originally the Tour Office. It later became the Upper Deck Library when the original Upper Deck Library was replaced by the Casino and the Tour Office was moved to the rear of the Double Down room (port side). Later, the Quarter Deck Librbary became the only library on board and the space became the Cruise Staff Office. So, that location saw a lott of different uses over the years.

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