James has been drooling over a new P&O catalogue he sent away for. These British cruises sound wonderful, but we'll never be able to afford one. However, he noticed that P&O have at least 4 ships that offer kids-free cruising, that is, NO kids onboard, not kids cruise free!
He was wondering, if our North American cruise lines were to offer kids-free cruising, sort of like the Paradise's smoke-free policy, do you think alot of people would opt for this choice?
i all for that, we did a land based adults only in 2002 and it was great, all geared towards adults and no little darlings screming around the pool. LOVED IT. i always try and cruise out of school break season, especially after the last one! Sheesh!
What do you mean this isn't how they eat onboard?
Queen Elizabeth 2 - Trans-Atlantic 2001
Queen Mary 2 - Caribbean - 2004
Queen Mary 2 - Mediterranean - 2004
I've wondered about that, Donna. You hear big complaints about smoking, but somehow the non-smoking ship wasn't able to turn a profit.
I wonder if the kid-complainers would support a whole cruiseline?
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