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  1. . Thanks for the response, RSLeesburg. I'll look into some of those. I was a travel agent for a long time, so I'm comfortable planning a big trip. I've just been out of the cruising loop for a while.
  2. We're planning a Christmas 2020 cruise for 13-15 people in 7-8 cabins. There are mostly couples, my family of 4 (kids 16, 12), and one grandmother (78). Other ages of couples are 20's, 50's, 60's. We all went to Alaska on Hal Oosterdam a few years back and had a great time. Unfortunately HAL has no good family cabin options and my youngest slept on a cot the whole trip. He's older now so that won't work. I'm really stumped on which line/ship to consider. Are the new megaships overwhelmed with people? This is mostly an older group so I'm not sure something like RCCL would be good. Any recommendations for newish ship with good activities that doesn't feel like an amusement park? We're probably just looking at the Caribbean out of Florida.
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