Graduation Cruise Help?

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#1
46 Posts
Joined Oct 2005
I'm 17 and my Best Friend is 17( 7 days apart) we are graduation high school next summer. We are planning on a cruise with me and her and our moms. We want to know which cruise line would be the best to choose? I've been on many cruises and I love Royal Carribean but as I'm getting older I've been noticing that there isn't that much to do if you are between the ages of 18 and 21. Does anyone know a better cruise line for that age group? Please help I could use all the help I could get.
Amy
#2
Pennsylvania
263 Posts
Joined Oct 2005
Carnival has traditionally been known as cruising for the younger life style. And then I cuised wth them a few years back, it seemed that the majority of the cruisers were college age. The really got into all of the crazy pool games. However, when I cruised with Norwegian in June of 2005 there were quite a few cruisers in your age group. I'm certain what ever cruise line you choose, you will make the most out of it and be safe. Have a great time and enjoy your cruise!!!!
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