If you’re looking to leave the kids at home or are looking for a longer trip with friends, Princess Cruises might be more up your alley. This is due to all cruises being 18 and up. Aboard Princess’ 17 ships, fare not only covers accommodation and dining, but it also covers an array of other activities and workshops like cooking lessons and history lectures. At night, there are also poolside movie screenings and magic shows. With Princess, you can enjoy cruises to the Caribbean, Mexico, Europe, Alaska and beyond, with itineraries ranging from 1 to 72 days.
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Carnival Cruise Line
Carnival Cruise Line offers cruises that both adults and kids can enjoy. Adults can enjoy the many activities and amenities that make up Carnival’s party at sea, and kids can enjoy Camp Ocean, Circle “C”, and Club o2, all of which cater to different age ranges. There are also rope courses, mini-golf, ping-pong tables, volleyball, soccer, basketball, and plenty of other sports options to keep people of all ages entertained. Itineraries cost as low as $200 (USD) per person and range from 3 to 24 days.
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Holland America Line
With options for both kid-friendly and non-kid-friendly ships, Holland America Line is a super affordable way to get exactly the kind of cruise experience you’re after. Adults can enjoy the refined atmosphere and low passenger-to-crew ratio that Holland America Line has become known for whereas kids can enjoy sing-along story times and even ice cream eating competitions. Set out to sea for 1 to 113 days to places like Northern Europe, the Mediterranean, Australia, and Asia.
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