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Old March 20th, 2001, 12:43 PM
HannaS77
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Default Re: Older passengers on Carnival?

We have cruised since 1972 never having stepped foot on a Carnival ship, primarily because of the number and frequency of personal injury lawsuits but-in 1999, 48 residents of our country club spent seven days on the Elation and we were impressed.So much six months later we took another cruise on the same ship. We are in our seventies. The only annoying thing we noticed were some youngsters thought it was funny to push every button on an elevator and then run out before the door closed. We and other CC friends all enjoyed the cruise despite our ages.

We are still young at heart. On some of our cruises on other ships, the aerage age is senior citizens travelling with their parents. Think that one over.
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