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Glover - Answered a Question by Brown (25 Jul 07 20:12)

We've just returned from a cruise on the Braemar and there were a couple of families on board with children. There is a 'childrens room' onboard but I think it's more for young children. I'm not sure what the children did during the day but they never seemed bored whenever we saw them.

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Hunt - Answered a Question by Brown (27 Jul 07 21:04)

I went on a Fred Olsen Cruise last year and most people wereover 50 I didnt see any children.If they do a cruise for a family I wouldnt have thought there would be much for children to do at all as I didnt see any facilities and again they are not really family orientated.

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Collins - Answered a Question by Brown (29 Jul 07 23:33)

You would possibly be better with an informal cruise like ocean village, NCL, priness or island, they really cater for kids.

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Lister - Answered a Question by Brown (05 Aug 07 16:13)

I would stay away from Fred Olsen , have a look at more family orirntated cruise companies , royal caribbean , Island and possibly Ocean Village , These companies have lots of kids facilities on board , rci have a club that goes onto 1am ! Fred Oslen are a smaller company , however they are expanding give them a couple years and they will have caught up with the big ones ! Good Luck .. Michel.

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moss - Answered a Question by Brown (23 Sep 07 17:38)

On the black watch during summer holidays they have counsellors etc., but if you want loads to do go on one of the bigger shsips that have all the facililtie.

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