JUKES - Answered a Question by moynihan (17 Aug 08 08:07)

Hi,Well me and my wife are in our fourties and we have been on princess, costa, carnival, p&o, cunard,thompson, and the best one is Royal Caribbean we have been on freedom of the seas liberty of the seas and brilliance of the seas, freedom and liberty are the best! they have a street to walk through and the place is brill they have something for all ages on these ships, Dont let anyone say these ships have to many people on board as we have been told before, the more on board the more to meet and have a good time with and if you meet some unhappy people then turn to the left or the right and someone there will be laughing!princess and carnival are ok but our best is RCCL. But this is our best and not all people will think the same. Hope this will help you with your cruise.Regards Ian & Christine Jukes.

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Neil And Ida Down - replied to JUKES (17 Aug 08 14:57)

It's horses for courses but the Jukes seem to have given you the most likely cruise line and ships with the criteria you gave us. So best thing you can do is try it on for size. ... Neil.

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