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Wood - Answered a Question by Bouch (09 Jul 08 19:29)

Had my 70th birthday on Artimis never weny to bed before midnight& was far from being the only one. Never believe all you read!! We have already booked for September of next year & looking forward to seeing its new facelift.

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Jackson - Answered a Question by Bouch (22 Aug 07 17:18)

Nearly booked this ship but were put off by reviews.Quite old ship,cabin space small, people go to bed after dinner, much older people cruise on this ship,our friends cruise with us and we are 55-65 but we are not ready for bed after dinner, we like a bit of life, but this is only what I have read it is not from my own experience of this ship.

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Roxburgh - Answered a Question by Bouch (29 Aug 07 20:57)

Artemis is one of the older ships and it does show a bit, but she is lovely just the same. Being a smaller ship it is very friendly on board. I agree that the average age of passengers is quite high, partly because she is child free. However, many of the "oldies" know how to have a good time!

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