Greaves - Answered a Question by MALCOLM (14 Oct 08 17:33)

Artemis.

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davis - Answered a Question by MALCOLM (25 Mar 07 18:04)

All fantastic oceana more glitzy and perhaps not so formal enjo.

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rees - replied to davis (30 Jun 08 23:10)

Totally agree with davis's answer. We absolutely loved the Oriana. We enjoyed the Oceana but was more a fun ship and more glitzy but still most enjoyable. I believe the Aurora is very good too. Happy cruising.

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JAMESON - Answered a Question by MALCOLM (10 May 07 22:48)

We Prefer Oriana or Aurora as they are the more traditional ships, but if you dont want children on board go for the Arcadia We have been on all the ships and always had a fantastic time, so which ever you choose you will have a great tim.

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vickery - Answered a Question by MALCOLM (12 May 07 21:10)

Orian.

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Lyons - Answered a Question by MALCOLM (28 Aug 10 00:06)

Cruised Med in June on Ventura. Lovely new ship, friendly and efficient staff, best food we have had on any cruise ship. Dress code adhered to, reasonable prices in shops and drinks very good value. Highly recommended for over 50's or any age!

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Smith - Answered a Question by MALCOLM (08 May 11 22:17)

Oriana & Aurora have what most other cruise ships lack, all three of theatre, cinema & night club. So a better choice of entertainment in the evenings.

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Davenport - replied to Smith (08 Feb 16 16:01)

I agree Oriana is top quality!

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