Down - Answered a Question by jones (28 Aug 07 23:57)

You do not say how old your children are but it is certain that there are other ships which will cater far more readily than Azamara Quest or Journey and just to emphasise the fact that adults are the main concern here is a quote from a revue: "For its Bermuda cruises this summer, Azamara Journey does carry a youth staff, but there are no dedicated youth facilities. Once this, its sole Bermuda season, is over, there will be no more youth staff and the ship will no longer make any formal accommodation for families. The current youth staff is a concession to the importance of the family market on the summer Bermuda run, but aside from that, Azamara is not a product intended for families with children who can't amuse themselves without getting in the way of other passengers. " I think that will answer your question .....Neil Dow.

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Ross - Answered a Question by jones (29 Aug 07 08:53)

You can but there is no planned childrens activities. It is very much an elegant adult ship so I think children would be bored stiff - and by the way it is called Azamara Quest.

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jones - Answered a Question by jones (29 Aug 07 10:56)

Many thanks for your replies. The girls are 12 and 10 and very adult friendly. The reason for my question was that the itinerary and dates were perfect. Thanks again.

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