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Ross - Answered a Question by stephens (29 Oct 07 16:56)

If you are over 50 then Saga is the line for you.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by stephens (29 Oct 07 17:19)

P&O Artemis, adults only, slightly over your requirement at 1188 passengers, 45,000ton.

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Green - Answered a Question by stephens (29 Oct 07 18:02)

Try any of the luxury brands like Seabourne, Oceania, SilverSeas or Azamara - small ships that do not encourage childre.

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Castro - Answered a Question by stephens (29 Oct 07 19:55)

Thomson- Calyps.

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Kirkby - Answered a Question by stephens (30 Oct 07 12:43)

Fred Olsen.Black Watch or Boudicca, classic ships with about 850 passengers. Sail from a wide variety of British ports. It will have children, but not a lot of them, particularly if you don't sail in holiday time, and those that I've seen, were seen and rarely heard.

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Coulter - Answered a Question by stephens (30 Oct 07 16:46)

I agree with most of the above. If you can travel late in August the kids will be back at school so there is less change of being overwhelmed by kids. If you see an advert that says 'free child places' or family cabins available, give it a miss. Thomson Emerald is small and although it is not strictly child free, it is a ship that does not cater too well for them and I have never seen any aboard.

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kelly - Answered a Question by stephens (03 Jan 08 10:15)

Fred olsen ships carry children but not a lo.

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