jones - Answered a Question by Ingham (18 Jan 08 19:31)

Firstly,have a look at itineraries,then decide if you prefer formal nights or casual cruising(Ocean village,NCL I think),do you want to dine with other people? A table of 8 second sitting suits us,should at least get on with someone on the table!Costa,Princess,MSC all very good.Food & service generally excellent.

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Carr - Answered a Question by Ingham (19 Jan 08 10:20)

I would also recommend checking out Royal Caribbean Line they have lots of different itineraries and type/size of ship to suit all - you can do formal or casual, whichever you prefere and there is usually a great mix of ages etc- also suggest to book 2nd sitting for dinner so you have plenty of time to get ready if you have been off ship all day .

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