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View Poll Results: My husband and I (33 & 36) are planning a trip to either Bermuda from east coast or Mexico from Wes
NCL 0 0%
Royal Carribean 7 53.85%
Celebrity 6 46.15%
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Old 09-20-2005, 10:11 PM
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I asked the same question to one of my bosses who has done over 40 cruises. His top two were Celebrity followed by NCL
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Old 09-21-2005, 05:13 AM
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Our priorities would be with excellent food and outstanding service. Then, entertainment. We would like to be on a cruise that is not catered to young children.

I would suggest either Celebrity or HAL, with Celebrity being my first choice. Both ships limit the amount of children, in fact every once in a while Celebrity will promote an "Adult" only cruise, where no one under the age of 18 is allowed on that particular sailing.

I loved the atmosphere on Celebrity we have cruised on both Century and Millenium. The food was great and could not ask for better service, both in the dining room and in the stateroom.

Whichever line you choose, you will have a great time, there is nothing like a cruise for a vacation.
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Old 09-21-2005, 08:49 AM
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Reply to hmwende:

You may have made your plans already, but I absolutely love Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. Of all the cruises we have taken RCC was the best. We have never been on a cruise from hell, like some unfortunate folks. Most of the lines we have been on were good to very good, but none matched RCC.
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Old 09-21-2005, 05:06 PM
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We've sailed Carnival, NCL and HAL. Our favorite cruises have been on HAL (with another one planned for next year). Smaller, quieter, less hectic, larger staterooms. There's more of an opportunity to enjoy the "cruising" experience, without being distracted by so much "playing" (ie. roller blading, rock climbing, etc.). My sister swore by Celebrity. We have no experience, but thought I would send her preference too.
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