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    Cruisin' for trouble
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    Cruise help needed

    Hi all.

    Now that the trip to Hawaii is done, it's time to start thinking about NEXT year. We think that we would like to go on a cruise and it looks like we are going to have lots of company. So far, between family and friends, we are looking at maybe 10-12 people going on this trip, which should make it a blast.

    I need some help with a Caribbean Cruise, though. The wife and I took a cruise to the normal spots (Nassau, Grand Bahama, etc) and were a bit disappointed. All of the activities at each location were just crawling with people - I'm supposing that's the way of the cruise.

    However, I like to get some info from anyone who has been on a cruise or knows someone else that has. Considering the wide range of incomes, we would like to keep this relatively inexpensive. Don't really have a preference as to which part of the Caribbean we go to though.

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    Re: Cruise help needed

    I've heard the Alaskan cruises are fantastic.
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    Re: Cruise help needed

    Nassau is the Carribbean Gatlinburg. Head farther south to Grand Cayman or even Aruba. You can't take three-day $150 cruises to those places thereby cutting significantly the huge numbers of annoying tourists.

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    Re: Cruise help needed

    And as an added bonus, if you go to Aruba, Sidney Ponson might punch you in the eye.
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