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Brierley - Answered a Question by Francis (23 Sep 08 18:53)

Try the Seabourn website, at www.seabourn.com, just had a look myself and searched for 1 to 5 nights, it came up with three cruises of 5 nights duration, in the Caribbean, each from £1084 per person. I can only assume that this is cruise only, and you would then also have to factor in flights, but it would definitely be all that you asked for. Give it a try.

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Bradbury - Answered a Question by Francis (23 Sep 08 18:32)

Costa have a few Med cruises for 5 nights in April. Also look at RCI - Navigator 4 nights 30th April out of Barcelona.

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Ida & Neil Down - Answered a Question by Francis (23 Sep 08 19:40)

Vision of the Seas...22March ... Caribbean 8 nights from £989 Summit...............27March ... Caribbean 9 nights from £1210 Ruby Princess .......10 April... Caribbean 9 nights from £899 Queen Victoria.......20April...Mediterranean 12 nights from £1099 S'ton to S'ton Silver Wind..........17March ... Dubai to Dubai 7 nights from £2095 + flights Can't go along with Costa or Navigator if you want to avoid children Regards Neil.

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MASON - Answered a Question by Francis (23 Sep 08 21:40)

Give FRED OLSEN a look they have a reputation for cruises for the more senior person shall we say. I know when i cruised with them i was one off the youngest if not the youngest at 44. Still had a great time, with excellent food and over all service on the Braemar.

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BLYTH - Answered a Question by Francis (24 Sep 08 09:02)

If you are looking for a bit more luxury and no kids go for P&O's Arcadia which is an adult only cruise ship.

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a - Answered a Question by Francis (24 Sep 08 12:23)

Try Celebrity Century - classy ship - 5n from FLL on 20th April. The problem with shortie cruises though are they tend to be popular with people doing taster cruises and that tends to mean they drag the rugrats along! Larger ships tend to have better childrens facilities so you rarely see them anyway.

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