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Old 09-08-2007, 08:56 PM
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Hi, I was considering on taking my wife and kids on a western Caribbean cruise on the liberty. My kids are ages 13 and 15 and we need a vacation. Do you think cruising with RCCL would be the right choice? The ports of call are Labadee, Montego Bay, Grand Camen, and cozumel. What are so fun family activities we can do in these ports.

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Old 09-09-2007, 06:46 AM
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You've got to see the sting rays in Grand Cayman!
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Great choice. When are you going? We did this cruise with our kids when they were 18,16, and 14. 2 Rooms mom and dad in a balcony kids right across the hall in an interior room. We had a super trip, I wish they had the Zipline back then! We did the para-sailing- absolutely beautiful. We went the end of may- not to many kids on board! We did horseback riding also. I would not recommend the submarine excursion.
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Old 09-09-2007, 04:52 PM
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Thanks for the replies, we are planning to set sail on June 26, 2008.
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I took my 16 yr old daughter on the Liberty this past June. It was a great cruise and she even found a couple of kids her age to hang out with. The summer is a good time because there are plenty of families on the ship. You made a good choice with the ship!
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The Zipline on Labadee is a HOOT....and on Grand Caymen take them to the Green Sea Turtle Farm....and of course stop in Hell and send a post card home....and with the Teen Program on the ship, they will find lots of things to do with the other teens.....Have a Wonderful cruise.


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