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Old June 6th, 2014, 02:09 PM's Avatar is offline
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Since those cruises occur in September, when school is in session, and the fact it's a 10-night cruise that either ends or originates in Hawaii, there will be very few children on board. There will obviously be many under school age and some who are home-schooled, but no where near as many kids as there would be if you were doing a cruise in the Caribbean, as an example.

But, if that were me, I would much prefer to do the Celebrity Solstice for 12-nights. MUCH nicer, plus it's cheaper. And the food is WAY better than Disney. And there will be almost no children on board. Just saying....

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