Cruising the British Isles and a day in Paris !!

Having a holiday in the UK always brings to mind a very expensive holiday park somewhere and should the weather turn bad some very bored children, so everyone heads off to the sun , knowing that at least the sea and sand will keep boredom at bay

Princess cruises are offering two ships in July and August one from Dover another from Southampton, the Ruby Princess even offers a stop off in Paris at the end of the 12 night trip

rubyThe children will never be bored on this ship, kids clubs to keep them entertained will a full animation team trained to look after them

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Babies can travel too from the age of six months , they even provide baby food !

Regular Gerber Brand Baby Food, stages 1 in the 2.5 oz size and stages 2 in the 4.0 oz size. All foods come in an assortment of flavours and the selections are made onboard.

This includes:
• Baby juices in 4 oz size bottles
• Baby rice cereal in 8 oz size boxes – only
You may request certain flavours and/or advise us if your child is allergic or dislikes any flavours, but it is not guaranteed that we will be able to get that specific flavour.

We are unable to provide baby milk formula. Should you wish to have any other brand or baby milk formula, you will need to provide this yourself. You are more than welcome to bring your own foods and snacks on board should your child require a certain type. This must be pre-packaged (store bought) and in their original un-opened packaging.

There is no extra charge for arranging baby foods.


All of this and visit Cork, Dublin , Glasgow, Liverpool,  Edinburgh and more for under £3000 for a family in the peak school holidays , so much to offer, really too cheap to leave !!



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