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CRUISE ALL AGES DESTINATIONS LEFT:


Atul Kochhar on board


P&O’s Azura


RIGHT: Royal


Caribbean’s Wonderland


BELOW: Norwegian


Cruise Line’s Spice H2O


grab a coffee or smoothie, learn to DJ and make movies. Princess Cruises’ Beach House


teen club is for 13 to 17-year- olds and lays on Rock the Boat parties, hip-hop dance classes and video game tournaments, while Carnival’s Circle C for 12 to 14s and Club 02 for 15 to 17s have parties, games, movies and karaoke. The children can also sign up for basketball and dodgeball contests in the nets. Star Clippers’ tall ships don’t


have facilities for children, but teens with a sense of adventure can hoist sails, learn to tie knots and climb the mast to the crow’s nest. From £1,455 per person excluding flights for a week cruising around the Northern Cyclades, departing August 4 or 11.


w MUM AND DAD Happy parents mean happy holidays, so family-loving lines


Happy parents mean happy holidays, so family-loving lines offer plenty to occupy mums and dads


make sure there is plenty to occupy mums and dads – and grans and grandads too if they fancy coming along – while the kids are having fun. Unfortunately for the parents, most of the things they might like to do, such as spa treatments, wine-tasting and top-notch speciality dining, cost extra. Carnival ships and P&O’s Britannia, Azura and Ventura have adult-only decks where grown-ups can relax in the sun


away from kids. On Princess it’s called the Sanctuary and offers massages under the sun. Celebrity Cruises’ new Celebrity Edge, like its other ships, will have a solarium exclusively for over-16s. All three P&O ships have Sindhu, an Indian restaurant that serves menus created by Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar. He will be passing on hints and tips in cooking demos on four Ventura and Azura cruises in 2018, while celebrity chefs James Martin, Eric Lanlard and Marco Pierre White will be hosting classes in the Cookery Club on nine Britannia sailings. From £622 per person for a seven-night cruise with Atul round-trip from Southampton departing July 20. Royal Caribbean ships have


Jamie’s Italian restaurants that were created in partnership with


Jamie Oliver, alongside Japanese Izumi, upmarket 150 Central Park, Chops Grille steakhouses and quirky Wonderland. Princess has Sabatini’s Italian trattoria, while MSC Cruises’ MSC Meraviglia has a posh Chef’s Table where guests can enjoy seven courses with seven wines, for €100 per person. All four Disney ships have a


swimming pool and Palo, an upmarket Italian restaurant, exclusively for adults, while Dream and Fantasy additionally have Remy, a French-inspired eatery, and a large ‘no kids’ section with sophisticated champagne and cocktail bars, and a cool nightclub. NCL’s Epic, Breakaway,


Getaway and Escape have an adult-only daytime retreat called Spice H2O that changes beat after nightfall. The swimming pool becomes a dance floor,


11 January 2018 travelweekly.co.uk 79


PICTURES: STEVE DUNLOP; QUENTIN BACON; SUSAN SEUBERT


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