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Old 07-23-2004, 08:39 PM
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Help - I've cruised, but many years ago. I'm looking for a cruise where we can choose where we eat...and we have 3 kids (8,5,5) - I don't need to dump my kids with anyone..in fact I'd rather spend my time with them...but they require...well, let's say they require activities...any thoughts would be greatly appreciated....thanks.
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Help - I've cruised, but many years ago. I'm looking for a cruise where we can choose where we eat...and we have 3 kids (8,5,5) - I don't need to dump my kids with anyone..in fact I'd rather spend my time with them...but they require...well, let's say they require activities...any thoughts would be greatly appreciated....thanks.
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Old 07-24-2004, 02:44 AM
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Hi,

I would consider Norwegian Cruise Line's latest ships ("Norwegian Star", "Norwegian Dawn") to be a good choice. They offer lots of dining venues (eat where you want, when you want), including a special section for children in the buffet restaurants complete with small tables and chairs. There are also lots of activities for children on these ships.

If the flexible dining times are not that important, any of the big standard-market lines (e.g. Carnvial or Royal Caribbean) would be okay, as well. Those lines offer fixed dinner times with the possibility to have casual dinner at the buffet restaurant during a given time frame.
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Old 07-24-2004, 12:47 PM
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Hi,
I posted a response to the same question you asked in the Royal Caribbean forum and concur with Raoul. NCL is probably your best bet for the most flexibility and freedom around dining options (time, place and dress).
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