BLYTH - Answered a Question by Crick (01 Jul 08 20:23)

Sorry but can't help but given the Scottish schools are off on summer hols; not the english yet fairly convinced you will meet up with others. When you arrive on ship get your parents to register you via guest services and they will be able to advise what activities you can get involved in if you don't want to go off the ship with your parents, or to do something different whilst at sea and enjoy yourself it is a wonderful experience.

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woodage - Answered a Question by Crick (02 Jul 08 17:18)

Heya lauran im grace im not tht age yet but im 13 in november and i am going on the cruise on the 12 with my twin brother if you want to we can talk on msn or bebo or facebook what ever if you have them? and i am also looking for people at the age o3 12-14 ?

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comiskey - Answered a Question by Crick (02 Jul 08 20:41)

Lauren, you will very quickly make friends esp if you go to the club for your age group. Also get your parent to register for the 'meet and mingle'. This is on the ''site and is a forum for passengers to get to know each other before the cruise and then we are invited to a reception on the ship to meet face to face.There are quite a few families on there with teenagers.Hope this helps you.

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Wilson - Answered a Question by Crick (04 Jul 08 21:54)

Hi Lauren. We are going on this cruise also and my yougest daughter will just have turned 16 and she has been asking the same thing, you'll probaby meet her.

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