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View Poll Results: Which Cruise Companies/ships cater to 30-40 year olds no kids
Carnival 22 18.03%
Royal Caribbean - Smaller classes 20 16.39%
Royal Caribbean - Voyager Class 58 47.54%
Disney 0 0%
Celebrity 16 13.11%
NCCL 3 2.46%
Other 3 2.46%
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Old June 16th, 2005, 07:59 PM
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I think it can vary. We are 40s DINKS and like to play too but we have found a fun group on Celebrity. It is a quieter more refined atmosphere but not stuffy. Rhapsody is looser and a shipload of Texans can always find a party! Wild times Carnival is probably your choice but for a lot of fun without drunken 21 year olds, RCCL and Celebrity can offer a lot of fun.
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Why are you asking this question on the Royal Caribbean Board? You would probably get more information if you posted on the Question Board.
I asked this question on this board for a very specific reason, because my personal favorate is voyager class ships and I was wanting to get an opinion from people who liked rccl cruises also. (similar situations)

Thanks for the advise though!!
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I voted other since I couldn't vote for more than one. I've had a great time on every cruise, no matter the line.
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