Discussion in 'Cruises' started by swizbeat, Oct 19, 2010.
Here it's some useful info...Singles cruises for seniors tend to have 50 years of age as a cut-off point so you can get passengers who are in their 30's. If you're 50 years of age or above, and want to stick with your own age group, check this with the cruise company so you won't be sharing the boat with passengers who are a good deal younger than 50 years.
Senior cruises also provide a doctor on board and dining options if you're on a diet, but you need to notify the cruise company you're booking with directly.
Depending what you want from a cruise, you can choose from a a relaxed cruise, or more formal and traditional cruise such as Holland America which provides a premium cruise line placing emphasis on ship traditions, such as formal attire on occasions.
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