newbie crus'r Posted August 31, 2006 #1 Share Posted August 31, 2006 My husband and I will be taking our first ever cruise February 2007 to the Carribbean (St. Thomas, Casa de Campo, San Juan and Nassau). We will be celebrating our 10th anniversary and are looking forward to tons of fun and relaxation. As well as a much anticipated escape from our kids ages 3 and 5. Cruise Critic has been a great resource of info and I'm looking for a bit more help. We are in late 30's/early 40's. Did we make the right choice for a casually-elegant, delicious, good balance of fun and relaxation cruise? I sometimes worry if we are too "young" for Celebrity and that the evenings will be a bit to mello. I don't want everyone going to sleep at 10 pm, and the dance floors deserted! :( Which ports are best for excursions? We want to spend at least one day just "beaching it" - is it best just to find a taxi and plan that ourselves? And which port would be best for that. My thought is Nassau - we are only there for ~5 hours. We would also like to have one "adventure" excursion. I think the sail boat racing excursion at St. Thomas looks great. Any feedback? What about the other boating excursions - any to avoid? And are these not the best if we are worried about sea sickness? Any other port/excursion feedback would be much appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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