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Arkley - Answered a Question by Stewart (05 Aug 07 21:51)

Yes theres loads to entertain them even off - peak. Theyll be fine as a lot of families do still take time off at that time of the year due to cost.

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MacLeod - Answered a Question by Stewart (20 Apr 07 19:11)

Hi we have been on ocean village and although it is targetted at families you have to pay to much for things on board for children even ice cream i have found when we have gone with our 4 grandchildren aged from 7 - 14 the oriana was a much better idea the children were entertained from day one and i would not take them on the ocean village, you do not have days at sea as you are in port nearly every day if that is what you like hope this helps maureen macleo.

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