Bradley - Answered a Question by mcentee (06 Aug 08 09:51)

If you are asking if we think a cruise would be suitable for you then the answer is yes. Whichever ship you go for I suggest you opt for fixed seat dining on a large table. This way you get to meet the same people every evening and have someone to talk to and possibly meet up with each evening, whereas with freestyle (or similar) dining you may never meet the same people twice! This will rule out some lines where all dining is on a casual basis.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by mcentee (06 Aug 08 09:12)

.....so.....

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John - Answered a Question by mcentee (06 Aug 08 15:44)

Nice to see a sensible and helpful answer rather than the sarcastic "so".

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Matt - Answered a Question by mcentee (07 Aug 08 22:21)

But to be fair, you haven't actually asked a question, just stated you are a single female aged 50!

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mcentee - replied to Matt (08 Aug 08 14:32)

Ok i wasnt clear in my question...i am divorced with three grown up kids ,and know thankfully i can think about a cruise,,naturally i dont want to feel silly on my own,,in actual fact im very outgoing,,but even with that you can feel isolated,,,or matt do you know of any cruises that you could recommend,...normally i go to mainland spain,,,so looking for a change hey matt thank you, .

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Matt - replied to mcentee (10 Aug 08 01:07)

This is my 2nd attempt to answer your question. Cruise co. didn't post my 1st for some reason. Anyway its very difficult to actually recommend a cruise cos people like different things. I suggest you go to page one of this site and click on TOPICS then scroll down to the singles sections. Lots of people have asked your question. Good luck .

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Matt - Answered a Question by mcentee (09 Aug 08 00:53)

Impossible for me to recommend a cruise for you, cos what I like you might not. Best thing to do is go to page 1 of this site, click on TOPIC scroll down to SINGLE PASSENGERS and you will find lots of questions and answers on travelling alone. Good luck.

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