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29 minutes ago, zap99 said:

Book a SAGA cruise in UK.

 

We sailed P&O a couple of years ago and no children allowed on the Arcadia,  adults only.

 

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I find the longer or more exotic the cruise, the fewer the children. 

We don't book holiday or summer cruises. But.....last October we just needed a getaway so we booked a week on the Liberty out of Galveston. I checked Louisiana and Texas school calendars and saw no holidays. The ship was FULL of children. What I didn't know was RCCL had a "Kids Sail Free" promotion for that sailing.  I do have to say that all of the children on the cruise were precious and well behaved. 

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