Can you give us your opinion?
A little about us; we are a middle aged married couple with no children. We love children, we have nieces and nephews, and we were once children ourselves! But we enjoy cruising when the amount of children onboard is limited. Having said that, we also have found that 10 day cruises limit the number of children on any cruise during the school year.
Our spring vacation window usually is between March 10 and May 1 and years such as this year (2013) when spring break and Easter are so close together it is easy taking a mid April cruise and avoiding the young ones!
I know Princess will give you numbers of children, but one year out it would probably not be accurate. We would like to secure our cabin and reservation this week.
2014 presents an unusual calendar with Easter being on April 20. We guess that spring break begins in Early March and are not sure how long it lasts. We would really like to cruise on the Royal this year so we are limited to the following dates:
March 16, March 23, March 30, April 5, April 6, April 13, April 20
We know that any date we pick will be a great experience, however, which date would you choose to sail with a reduced the number of young ones on board?
Your opinion is greatly appreciated!
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Caribbean Princess Eastern Caribbean May 2006, Caribbean Princess Western Caribbean May 2007, Carnival Sensation Eastern Caribbean September 2007, Celebrity Millennium Eastern Caribbean March 2008, Celebrity Solstice Eastern Caribbean March 2009, Ruby Princess Southern Caribbean March 2010, Celebrity Eclipse Western Caribbean April 2011, Emerald Princess Southern Caribbean March 2012, Caribbean Princess Southern Caribbean April 2013, Royal Princess Eastern Caribbean April 2014, Caribbean Princess Eastern Caribbean September 2014, Celebrity Silhouette Western Caribbean April 2015, Celebrity Summit Southern Caribbean April 2016, Celebrity Equinox Southern Caribbean Cruise May 2018.