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a - Answered a Question by HORSMAN (06 Aug 08 20:40)

Personally, in my 50's and for my first cruise I would like a bit of pampering and elegance, and not people who's idea of dinner dress is putting on a clean footbal shirt :o) For cruises round the Greek Islands why not look at RCI Spendour of the Seas out of Venice, or a Princess cruise, or if even more upmarket at Celebrity cruises. I just wouldn't want you to be put off cruising for life.

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Orr - replied to a (07 Sep 08 17:28)

Don't do Spendour of Seas. We were very disappointed. Sailing from Venice was lovely but food was disappointing. Ship is getting tired !

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Scaling - replied to a (07 Aug 08 01:37)

Friends of mine have cruised on Ocean Village both aged 56 and thoroughly enjoyed their time on board, some people prefer the more layed back approach, and i can assure you they dressed very smartly for dinner and there was definately no football shirts to be seen.

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HORSMAN - Answered a Question by HORSMAN (07 Aug 08 10:42)

Thanks for these comments. Once again two different opinions. Will take advice and look at other cruises suggested. Thanks .

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moor - replied to HORSMAN (07 Aug 08 16:36)

I agree with Scalings comment, we are going on our 10th OV cruise soon, have done all the posh ones, and are in our mid 60s, Will not book during school holidays etc. Cabins are larger than many other cruise boats.

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