Quest March 15, 2008 (Question Re; Children Onboard)

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Hi! I booked this cruise and then realized that it is during Easter. I was wondering if anyone thinks there will be lots of children on it? I know Azamara doesn't really have children's programs. Anyone have any thoughts?
RMLLEL
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Sheboygan Wi.
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Originally posted by RMLLEL
Hi! I booked this cruise and then realized that it is during Easter. I was wondering if anyone thinks there will be lots of children on it? I know Azamara doesn't really have children's programs. Anyone have any thoughts?
RMLLEL
Very few people travel these long trips with children. We saw only 2 aboard Nautica last fall, another Renn ship. There isn't anything much to do for kids, doubt you'll have a problem, unless you HAVE children and are wondering about it for their sake Plus the price is high for families??
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Napi's Mom
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Chicago, IL
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These ships were meant to be port intensive, and they are smaller therefore they are NOT like the midsize ships. Personally I think kids would have a hard time keeping themselves busy. I think the longer trips and higher prices are a good deterrent against children.

Dave
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