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Aldrich - Answered a Question by shirman (23 Feb 08 11:20)

Most cruise lines will not let you on board unless you are travelling with someone over 21 and in some cases 25. Sorry.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by shirman (23 Feb 08 11:20)

Most cruise lines will not let you on board unless you are travelling with someone over 21 and in some cases 25. Sorry.

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Bradley - Answered a Question by shirman (23 Feb 08 14:53)

Try Ocean Village. You are OK as long as you are all over 18. Also the style of cruising may well suit you quite well (ie casual). I have pasted their terms and conditions re age below for information. 5. A booking may only be made by a Passenger aged 18 or over. All Passengers who, at the time of departure, will be under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a Passenger aged 21 or over who will at all times during the holiday be responsible for their welfare, conduct and behaviour.

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gcjgfcxgf - Answered a Question by shirman (23 Feb 08 17:39)

Uk companies will generally let you go on your own from 18 years of age. I ts really only the american companies who need you to be 21 for some strange reason.

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Johnstone - Answered a Question by shirman (23 Feb 08 18:21)

Island, Thomson and Easy also take bookings from passengers of your ag.

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