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Mercer - Answered a Question by Johnson (31 Jul 08 21:44)

My wife, myself our son and daughter-in-law cruised with OV round the Greek islands this May,our ages range from 35 to 68 and we all enjoyed every minute.You are as old as you feel,go for it.You won't regret it .

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taylor - Answered a Question by Johnson (29 Jul 08 21:31)

You are not to old. My husband and myself were on it last year and the ages were 0 to 90years +. Its a very casual ship no formality.

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graham - replied to taylor (05 Aug 08 12:50)

If a passenger had difficulty walking is a cruise a bad idea? How can a person sightsee if they can't walk very far.

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taylor - replied to graham (07 Aug 08 08:56)

In response to your question there are many people with wheelchairs on a cruise and as a long as they have a carer then the shorter excursions should be fine.Also one always get off the ship just to look around.Cruising is fine even with limited mobility just doing the cruise experience is different from a hotel based hoiday. Hope this helps.

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Smith - replied to graham (09 Aug 08 18:06)

No, you shouldn't have any problem getting around the ship, also OV do coach tours where you see everything without getting off the coach.

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Chima - Answered a Question by Johnson (30 Jul 08 12:20)

I have just been on OV and met people of all ages including people a great deal older than yourselves. You'll be fine.

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Fordrey - Answered a Question by Johnson (30 Jul 08 12:21)

I have recently come back from cruising with the Ocean Village. There were people of all ages and walks of life on there having a good time. I'm sure you will enjoy yourself.

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