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Batt - Answered a Question by Barker (24 May 08 09:36)

Go with Royal carribean as there is stacks for kids, with clubs and so much else, they cater for all children big time under 16 years, they even split age groups like 3-5 6-8 9-11 and 12-14 so all ages are around a range. Each range has it's own separateclub, IT, etc You may not see your kids all day, kids love it. Many kids pools and eating places for childen only, RCCL put a lot into the arrangements for the children. Been 3 times over 3 years.

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Barry - Answered a Question by Barker (24 May 08 12:31)

Hi There is a good kids' club which we booked our 10-year-old son into on the first day but he made friends with some kids there and they did their own thing for the rest of the holiday. There are two swimming pools and a water slide, a games room, a pool table, a football/basketball court, chess, golf driving range, four jacuzzis and loads of space to play. There are TVs in all the rooms and the bars. Our son wasn't bored for a minute and there are bound to be other children there too.

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Barry - Answered a Question by Barker (24 May 08 12:31)

Hi There is a good kids' club which we booked our 10-year-old son into on the first day but he made friends with some kids there and they did their own thing for the rest of the holiday. There are two swimming pools and a water slide, a games room, a pool table, a football/basketball court, chess, golf driving range, four jacuzzis and loads of space to play. There are TVs in all the rooms and the bars. Our son wasn't bored for a minute and there are bound to be other children there too.

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Celebrity Cruises To Sail From Dublin

By Caroline Kyle

 Celebrity Cruises have announced recently that they will be the first major cruiseline to base a ship in Dublin.Between April and June 2018 there will be will be five sailing leaving from Dublin to Northern Europe on one of Celebrity’s 2800 plus Solstice class of Ship with Itineraries expected to be confirmed later this year.This is the biggest investment any cruiseline has made in Ireland and with 14,000 passengers expected onboard the Dublin sailing they are forecasting a 6 mill...

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By Henry Ward

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Celebrity Homeport for Dublin

By Jill Johnson

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Nov 30 2016 02:43PM