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Whats the best ship to go on for a family!!!!!!

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    Whats the best ship to go on for a family!!!!!!

    Hi this year i want to go on a cruise, but not sure what sort of ship i want to go on, theres me and my partner and my 14 year old girl, so i need a ship to keep the girl entertained, any help from anyone would be apprecciated!!!!!!!!

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    Try Ocean Village?

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      #3
      Independence of the Seas !!! Best for all age groups by far.

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        #4
        It depends on what type of cruise you are after. Do you want really laid back and informal ie quite casual? If so then ocena Village or NCL.
        If you want a little bit of dressing up and a couple of formal nights then Royal Caribbean, Celebrity or P&O.

        Would you prefer a big ship or more intimate and friendly?

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          Originally posted by mel, bolton View Post
          hi this year i want to go on a cruise, but not sure what sort of ship i want to go on, theres me and my partner and my 14 year old girl, so i need a ship to keep the girl entertained, any help from anyone would be apprecciated!!!!!!!!
          hi independance of the seas. Enough on this to keep any teenager entertained. Eg rock climbing , surfing loads of other sports and activities. I believe they even have their own club room. A wide variety of foods should keep any fady eater well fed. Though the food is not the best in the world for the grown ups

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            #6
            Just come off the Liberty of the Seas from the RCCL. It's very family friendly. I'm not sure what the Oasis is going to be like.

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              #7
              Go on ships sites and check facilities for teenagers. I have been on Princess with teenager and never saw her except some outings and dinner and she made lasting friendships, keeping in touch and meeting up again next cruise. Their programme great. So I believe is RCI. Don't know about Ocean Village. As someone else said, depends what you want, luxury and a bit of pampering, with couple of formal nights (which you don't have to take part in) or just easy going casual dress.

              Check cruise lines on line or get brochures, make short list, then ask questions here and read reviews.

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