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Rippon - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 00:04)

For the family of 5,... the Carnival lines are excellent for teenagers, lots of fun, especially if it is the New Orleans cruise it's great for all ages, also if you can arrange it to involve the Carnival time in New Orleans , even more fun !!!

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Miller - Answered a Question by Jennings (07 May 08 08:59)

Yes. They are available on all Fred. Olsen ships except the "Black Prince".

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Goldfinch - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 07:12)

Yes, Lipton/Twinign tea, Nescafe + decaf coffee, biscuits and milk! Only small cups though, so if you like a mug, take one with you.

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Hughes - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 07:39)

They were not available on Braemar around Iceland in July 2007 Ann, West Midland.

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medhurst - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 08:06)

Coffe,tea, milk, sugar and biscuits are on the hospitality tray.

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Norminton - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 08:06)

Hi Tony & Sandra Talk to Jan & Dave - we have just booked our third cruise Ja.

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medhurst - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 08:17)

Depending on the type and size of cabin, most lines will cater for your requests. However children under the age of 16 will have to have an adult sharing their cabin, that is if the family is split into two parties. Check with the cruise line of your choice and do so research on the best lines to cater for families and what they offer in family entertainment programes. Fred Olsen is a great cruise experience, but carry more mature clients, look at some of the larger ships where the amenities are so much better, ie,RCL, NCL, Princess and P&O.

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jones - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 08:50)

I would suggest the NCL ships these have penthouse suits which come with a room with onsuite shower room and the master bedroom is separate these cabins come with a sitting room area which can be converted to another bedroom each evening (by your porter) and returned back to a sitting room each day whilst it is getting cleaned. the ship is called freestyle which means you eat when you want and were it is as easy as booking a resturant here we went with our 3 children 2 x 13 and 1 x 17 on the norwegian pear.

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Melia - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 08:54)

You asked about odd numbers on cruises. P&O will look after you without problem. Call Jenny on 01519201000 or email Peter at Cruise .co.uk. We cruise with P&O every year and they are very very good. Best of luck Bruc.

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Seeley - Answered a Question by Jennings (09 May 08 09:55)

I think the P & O Cruise liners may be able to help here. Some of their ships are very family orientated and I am sure have family suites.

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