Hi, and welcome to Cruisemates!..this sounds like it will be a great cruise. Please use the expertise of a cruise specialist. In the case of group cruises, there are just so many questions, & details with cabins, cross referencing dinners, excursions, etc. that go along with a complicated booking, that someone with experience is needed, & will walk you through the process with ease. Good luck,and let us know how it goes.
Trip, with her book & tea!
Chat Hostess & Board Moderator
I agree with Trip - you need to seek the services of a Cruise Specialist, preferably one that has alot of experiences with groups.
Having worked with alot of groups, I can say firsthand that all of them are different in what they want, what they need, where they want to go, etc, etc. But the most important thing about a group is you need someone who will work with each person in the group so the group leader is not inundated with questions.
Plus, being a Vietnam Veteran myself and having a daughter in the Navy, I always have a soft spot for fellow military personnel, so please don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions or need any assistance.
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