Neil and Ida Down - Answered a Question by b (02 Jan 08 22:56)

Yes loads of people but if you want to enjoy it more take a cruise that goes across on the southerly route, the direct route from the UK to the north of the USA and often directly to the Bahamas and Florida hit the more inclement weather and remember that as you will probably have 6 days at sea to pick a ships with good children's activities.....You will also get better value for money going west as you get 5 to 6 more hours on board as opposed to coming back when the hours decrease....Nei.

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Aldrich - Answered a Question by b (03 Jan 08 14:09)

Most transatalatics are at the beginning and end of the season - so in March/Oct/Nov - I wouldn't have thought that this coincided with school holidays. That is why transatlantics generally appeal to an older crowd.

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