Best cruise ships for kids - Cruise118 Advice If there’s one thing to get right when choosing a family cruise, it’s the ship. Choosing a cruise ship which is jam-packed with facilities that your kids will love guarantees you a holiday your whole family will enjoy. Because, as we all know, if the kids are happy, then it’s very likely that the parents...

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Norwegian Epic - Studio Stateroom Solo travel is popular amongst cruising passengers, with more ships now offering single cabins than ever before! Seeking out destinations and adventuring along may sound a little daunting, but with such an array of cruise lines now offering exclusive benefits just for solo travellers, it can be hard to say no. Cruise & Maritime Voyages...

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MSC - Adult-only - MSC Yacht Club Mainstream cruising is mainly tipped for families, offering waterparks and kids’ clubs galore which are fun for your young ones and multi-generational groups. However, if you’re a couple or group of adult friends this can be less appealing but don’t let this put you off! There are a number of cruise lines which offer their...

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Kids sat poolside on-board Royal Caribbean Planning a cruise with a two-year-old in tow can present a world of questions. Where will your little ones sleep in the cabin? Will there be food that they like? Are they old enough for the kids club? Will they be allowed in the swimming pools? The list is endless. Choosing the right cruise line...

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Bringing your own alcohol on a cruise There are plenty of reasons why guests would want to bring their own alcohol aboard when setting sail on a cruise holiday. Whether they don’t trust their cruise line to provide their favourite tipple on-board, or they happen to find the perfect bottle of red whilst ashore in their favourite wine region and feel compelled...

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A couple in smart casual dress code on a Celebrity Cruises ship The question of what (and what not) to wear on a cruise ship is a major concern for the modern, style-conscious traveller. Cruise line dress codes vary between different cruise lines; often leaving guests feeling confused about how they should dress, or more importantly, how everyone else will be dressed. From formal nights and black...

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The contemporary Retreat on-board PO Cruises's Britannia cruise ship To date, P&O Cruises’ Britannia is the biggest vessel ever built for British cruisers, carrying 3,647 passengers, although P&O is launching an even bigger ship in 2020. For now, though, Britannia remains the line’s flagship, proudly British in feel, with the world’s longest Union Flag emblazoned on its white hull and all food and entertainment...

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A woman jumping into the bright blue Caribbean sea during a solo cruise More cruise lines than ever are focussing on solo cruises. More and more companies are waiving single supplements while others are increasing the number of cabins available for those choosing to sail on their own. Cruise ships certainly offer a safe haven, with pastimes for lone voyagers of all ages. If you take a cruise...

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