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JAMES - Answered a Question by Gibbs (22 Dec 07 12:23)

Went on the Ocean Village to the Caribbean 2 years ago and whilst disembarking 5 days before Xmas 2005, we were informed that the next cruise, over the Xmas period, included over 400 children. There are no formal nights whatsoever on the Ocean Village, however, there are 2 eating places, one run by the TV Chef James Martin, that can cater for for the "special" night. Gwyn James 22 Dec 0.

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Ingle - Answered a Question by Gibbs (18 Dec 07 09:34)

Ocean Village - no formal nights at al.

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Hansen - Answered a Question by Gibbs (19 Dec 07 09:50)

If you want facilities for children with masses of choise then try Royal Caribbeans new big ships Freedom of the Seas etc, you still have some formal options if you want to experience them, but not compulsory. There are also loads of Dining options for everyone.

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Taylor - Answered a Question by Gibbs (21 Dec 07 19:01)

Norwegian Gem is great - no formal nights, freestyle dining in a choice of 12 restuarants (some with an additonla charge) but also off the Garden Cafe an area with lower seating and tables and its one (restricted) buffet.

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chapman - Answered a Question by Gibbs (21 Dec 07 23:15)

Hi Happy Christmas. Ocean village is wonderful,we were amazed at the amount of things for the children to do ALL day EVERY day, so much so you hardly ever saw a child onboard till meal times !!!!! 100% recomend. we are going back next year.no formal nights.

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Hogg - Answered a Question by Gibbs (22 Dec 07 07:59)

Island Star and Island Escape are reasonably priced, informal and have lots of children on them during the school holidays.

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Rapley - Answered a Question by Gibbs (22 Dec 07 08:08)

Ocean Village - 24 hour self service dining and no formal dress code. They also seem to have lot of activities planned on board for kid.

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Wilkins - Answered a Question by Gibbs (22 Dec 07 08:57)

Carnival cruises have the option of formal nights and non formal and there is plenty to do on board ship for the children and adult.

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broke - Answered a Question by Gibbs (22 Dec 07 15:51)

I would recommend ncl - non formal, fantastic food fantastic entertainment and something for children night and da.

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Macdonald - Answered a Question by Gibbs (22 Dec 07 18:16)

Ocean Village been on it twice and have booked a third time IAn MA.

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