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Old April 12th, 2012, 03:12 AM
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Default Family Friendly Cruising

We have been discussing the high cost of shore excursions for families with children. What could the cruise lines do maybe in school holidays to make it easier. What sort of packages would you like? Maybe a family package for a shore tour or shore tour chosen espcially for children friendly and maybe cheaper option than those designed for adults. I think onboard the children are well catered for but no one wants to miss out on seeing whatever is out there off the ship.

Over to you for ideas....

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