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Banner - Answered a Question by hunter (17 Feb 08 13:18)

You normally get some form of discount for children, again it depends on the age of the child and the cruise line - best to check their website or phone before booking if this is a worry for you. I know when my daughter was 14months we only paid around £150 for her to sail on the QE2 but in March this year with Island(she'll be 2 1/2) and it's about £35.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by hunter (17 Feb 08 13:33)

No. Prices for children vary depending on time of year. Sometimes they are free but not usually in school holidays. Look on individual cruise company websites. Bria.

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Johnstone - Answered a Question by hunter (17 Feb 08 18:42)

Depends which cruise company, whether or not you are flying and the age of the children. MSC for example have free kids places on the cruise but there will be a charge fore the airfar.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by hunter (18 Feb 08 10:17)

It depends. Usually the first 2 pax in the room pay the full price - irrespective of age - and then any subsequent passengers pay a lower fare.

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