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Castle - Answered a Question by Patton (22 Jul 07 11:14)

Ocean Village, they have baby sitting services and are casual dining so you are not set to be somewhere for a certain time.

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PINDER - Answered a Question by Patton (28 Jul 07 08:24)

P&O particularly the Oceana have really wonderful youth workers and a Creche and baby sitting - they are really very good.

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Dibben - Answered a Question by Patton (28 Jul 07 12:25)

Ocean village no prob.

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bates - Answered a Question by Patton (28 Jul 07 19:17)

Hi there, i would say that Ocean Village is an ideal family ship. It is casual, has self serve laundries on board in case kids have an accident. It is ideal for all age kids.

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harrington - Answered a Question by Patton (29 Jul 07 07:34)

If you really want to enjoy the cruise and partake in all it has to offer, I'd leave the baby at home with some comptetent in-laws.

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walker - Answered a Question by Patton (29 Jul 07 16:17)

Oceana,P&O, I agree this is a fantastic ship,with excellent childrens staff and a night nursery too,that you can use,also in cabin listening srevice that you access via the telephone in your room. you will be able to use the childrens rooms,but you must be with your 1 year old. They also provide childrens only tea, which is great,with a good meanu, they also provide baby food,including tinned and fresh if you ask. Excellent childrens shows.I would wait until your child was 3 then you can make best use of the facilites,and you to can have a fantasic holiday, or go with friends or family so they can help ou.

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curtis - Answered a Question by Patton (29 Jul 07 19:53)

Island Cruises from a "grandmothers" point of view would be the one to go with for young children. "Nan & Granda had no grandkids with them when we went but obviously were very observant with regard to the "little folk" . Very impressed.

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Folan - Answered a Question by Patton (29 Jul 07 20:22)

P & O or Ocean Village have the best facilities for infants and kids. Both have really good baby minding facilities. Great at night if you want to eat out. You can leave the baby in the night nursery - they give you a pager and any problems, they will contact you. Very attentive and professional service.

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muir - Answered a Question by Patton (30 Jul 07 10:25)

P& O they cater for alll childrens needs and they first language is english i have travelled with them with children .

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Benham - Answered a Question by Patton (30 Jul 07 12:58)

Personally, I think cruise ships are definitely not for young children. Unless you are going to have your eyes glued 24/7 on them to make sure they are safe at all times and being a parent I know this is very nearly impossible - all the time. Take them to Cornwall.

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