Herd - Answered a Question by MARTIN (14 Jul 08 08:11)

Hi,we did a caribbean cruise oct 2007 from Miami port........on the Freedom of the Sea's.RCI...was lovely.....a little humid and windy but lovely ports of call.....best thing is to check loads of sites..........a good one is vacationstogo.com..........it is an american site.however it gives lots of info .ie weather temps etc when you click on ports to visit........good luck and happy cruiseing....

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Graham - Answered a Question by MARTIN (14 Jul 08 10:00)

Before you decide which cruise to take, you need to think about the following: Whether you want formal (ie: set mealtimes,dressing up to the nines for your evening meal etc, and maybe less children aboard) or less formal (dining at anytime, more casual clothes, maybe a little livelier ships etc.) Then you need to decide if you want to sail from England, or to fly to the ship. Next - where do you want to go - Med, Carribean, Baltics etc. Next - when do you want to go? Finally - how much would you be prepared to pay (remember that excursions are extra (drinks are included on some lines). Once you have answered all these questions, the cruise will have almost chosen itself!! Good luck and enjoy yourself.

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