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I am debating between the emerald or RC's adventure of the seas on Nov 1st. I am in my late forties and traveling solo and I was wondering if I would feel out of place on the Emerald being solo and in my forties? If I was traveling during school breaks, I wouldn't be concerned about this. Last year, I sailed the Grand in the Med and loved it. We enjoyed the entertainment staff and listening to the band in one of the lounges. Is there a lounge/bar where I can go to listen to the band play music of the 50-80s on the Emerald?

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You won't feel out of place on the Emerald. There are always persons of the same age group on a ship that size.

 

RCL also has a good percentage of that age group. Since you never know for sure before you go, just pick the ship that has the best itinerary and we hope that's Princess.

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After reading reviews of the Emerald, I am leaning towards that ship. It helps that it is several hundred dollars cheaper! I know that I will enjoy either cruise. I just came back from a week at Disney World and I am already thinknig about my next vacation. To me, I work so that I can afford to get away from work!

Judy

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