Teens On Mariner

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#1
304 Posts
Joined May 2002
Fixing to book several cabins on the Mariner for June 2005 and wondering what teens that have been on this ship, had to say about it? I have 3 girls.

Barry
#2
Hoover,Alabama
167 Posts
Joined Jun 2002
Hello Barry-This is Vee from the Pride.
Congrats on the planning of your upcoming cruise.I'm sure the girls will enjoy the Mariner.Why not,THEY WILL BE CRUSING
Say HI to Becky ........Vee
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#3
Baton Rouge, LA
1,502 Posts
Joined May 2003
My nieces (now 13 and 16) have cruised a few times now and we're going on the Mariner in July....they love it! There's just enough freedom to come and go (set your rules though!!) and there are usually lots of other kids their age onboard. They'll love it!!

Laura

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#4
Hope Valley, RI
670 Posts
Joined Sep 2002
I can't agree more about setting a few rules prior to the trip. And to let them know that rules are subject to change. My teenage son was as good as gold last year, but my daughter sprouted horns and a pitchfork. One example was having to get security to open one of our cabin doors because she had deadbolted it (@ 1 AM!!!)

Teens will have a great time aboard Mariner. A great arcade and lots of sports activities.