Oliver - Answered a Question by kaliczak (16 Oct 08 06:08)

Does age matter......just enjoy yourselves.

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Cooke - replied to Oliver (16 Oct 08 08:54)

Well said!!! I'm a lady 'of a certain age' but still 25 on the inside.

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Macro - Answered a Question by kaliczak (16 Oct 08 09:28)

Very Elderley. It is an adult only ship and smallish, so do not expect west end style shows as the 'International Lounge' (lounge says it all) is described as a caberet room. The ship is 24years old and described by Berlitz as "well worn" & "tired in several places" . There is a movie theatre. My 26 yr old daughter was very bored and the youngest on board by 34 years !

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Freemantle - Answered a Question by kaliczak (16 Oct 08 10:02)

I would go to the P&O site and register on their Community section. On there you will find a section devoted to Artemis and you can get the views of people who have sailed on her. I think recently someone posted while they were on the Transatlantic trip and they had a fantastic time. We are on her next year and have read lots of favourable comments about Artemis. She has recently had a refit so has been smartened up. Incidentally we are not "very elderly"!

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payne - Answered a Question by kaliczak (26 Dec 09 14:06)

Been thinking the same thing!...my partner and i, in our late 40s, we also booked on same cruise!.....went last year and passengers were a good mix!...lot of fun and made good friends!...it was on another cruise line!...but its what you make it!.....have a good holiday and may possible see you! regards leighton.

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