goodwin - Answered a Question by Derbyshire (13 Jun 07 08:30)

My 16 year old daughter and I travelled on the Carnival Liberty in the Caribbean and it was excellent. Lots to do.Sauna looking out to sea through large windows...very girlie.

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Palmer - Answered a Question by Derbyshire (04 Jun 07 17:41)

Royal Caribean.

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Palmer - Answered a Question by Derbyshire (04 Jun 07 17:42)

Royal Caribbean or Princess Cruise.

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pates - Answered a Question by Derbyshire (08 Jun 07 13:21)

Navigator of the seas is a fantastic ship with lots for both of you to do, also ocean village is excellent as there are a lot of other families like yourselves.

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House - Answered a Question by Derbyshire (13 Jun 07 08:38)

Ocean Village is fairly young, with lots of activities for the more energetic (including when the ship visits ports.

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archibald - Answered a Question by Derbyshire (13 Jun 07 15:39)

I took my wife and 15 year old daughter on the island escape 4 years ago we all enjoyed it.

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Hall - Answered a Question by Derbyshire (13 Jun 07 16:37)

Without doubt Ocean Village. My daughter and grand-daughter love going together on this shi.

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