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Old July 26th, 2013, 08:57 PM
thecruisequeen thecruisequeen is offline
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I would not rule out Oasis class...They are less crowded ships that offer different options for food, entertainment, activities, music and dance. When I hear the word mall Macy's, Lord and Taylor, Sears and Bloomingdales comes to mind.....Oasis class has none of these stores onboard.

However love and had wonderful cruises on Freedom and Voyager class too.

Maybe narrow it down to what port you want to fly to and sail from and what ports you want to visit.

Brilliance out of Tampa does a 5 nighter to Grand Cayman and Coz and you can find some really really good rates peak of course
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