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Brittanyshae 01-10-2005 04:29 PM

My husband and I (21 & 20) are not big partiers, we don't drink or anything really. We want to go on a cruise (3 or 4 nights) Sept or Nov. trying tofind the right cruiseand cruise line from Florida. carnival seems to flashy for my taste. I like something more sophisticated, but fun. I may be wrong this is just the impression I get. please help in advising me as most of you seem to be experienced cruisers!

Brittanyshae 01-10-2005 04:29 PM

My husband and I (21 & 20) are not big partiers, we don't drink or anything really. We want to go on a cruise (3 or 4 nights) Sept or Nov. trying tofind the right cruiseand cruise line from Florida. carnival seems to flashy for my taste. I like something more sophisticated, but fun. I may be wrong this is just the impression I get. please help in advising me as most of you seem to be experienced cruisers!

Raoul Fiebig 01-11-2005 01:50 AM

Brittanyshae,

welcome to Cruise-Chat.com.

Royal Caribbean should be a good choice. Are you looking into a particular destination?

Royal Caribbean's "Enchantment of the Seas" will be "stretched" and considerably upgraded this spring. Following the drydocking, she will sport some new features and amenities that will likely also be implemented in Royal Caribbean's latest class of ships, which won't be introduced until next year. Take at look at this page for information on what is being planned.

The ship sails four- and five-night Western Caribbean cruises from Port Everglades (Ft. Lauderdale).

NancyN 01-11-2005 11:05 AM

I second Raoul's suggestion. You are somewhat limited when you want to do a shorter cruise as the cruise lines use their older ships for those itineraries. Also, not all cruise lines offer cruises less than 7 days. The Enchantment sounds like it would suit your needs (I am hoping I will have a chance to sail her when the renovations are completed.) If you are not partiers and it comes down to a choice between Carnival and Royal Caribbean - choose RC.
Nancy


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