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DESTINATIONS ALL AGES CRUISE


w NO KIDS, PLEASE Just as there are cruises for kids of all ages, there are ships for adults who crave peaceful holidays away from families. Cultural cruise line Voyages to Antiquity bans children under 12, while Viking Cruises and Cruise & Maritime Voyages don’t allow kids under the age of 16 (but CMV is bending the rules with eight family cruises this summer). P&O Cruises’ Arcadia


ABOVE: Jersey Boys on Norwegian Bliss


which means it’s time for some clubbing under the stars. If partying isn’t their thing, adults can watch live performances of the musical Jersey Boys on the new Norwegian Bliss, and Cirque du


Soleil shows on MSC Meraviglia. Hairspray will be playing in the theatre on Royal Caribbean’s new Symphony of the Seas, while high dives and watery acrobatics feature in the show HiRo in the ship’s AquaTheatre.


and Oriana sail from the UK exclusively for those aged 18 or over; Virgin Voyages will be banning under-18s from its first ship when it launches in 2020. Fred Olsen Cruise Lines doesn’t attract many families but has designated 30 voyages between now and December as adult-only (18-plus) for people who want to be sure of a child- free holiday. Options include a 10-night German Waterways cruise from Dover in April from


£1,199 per person. Marella Cruises’ voyages


from Dubrovnik this summer will be child-free (no under- 16s), as are its debut season of voyages in Asia in 2018-19 and all repositioning cruises between Europe and the Caribbean. Saga Cruises doesn’t just ban


kids from its two ships – no one under the age of 50 can get on, although a companion can be aged 40 or over. From £1,217 per person for a seven-night Scandinavian Seascapes cruise round-trip from Dover, departing September 13. Stringent rules about taking kids out of school mean term time is usually a good time for a child-free cruise, although family ships could still have babies and toddlers on board. Luxury lines such as Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Silversea and Seabourn are also a good bet as they don’t tend to attract families.


80 travelweekly.co.uk 11 January 2018


PICTURE: JOAN MARCUS


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