sorry, no idea... but make sure they have enough lifeboats
The truth is, I'd rather be with my horses than with most people. I'd rather scrub buckets than scrub dishes. I'd rather go to a tack shop than go to a shopping mall. I'd Rather clean a stall than clean my house, and I much prefer horse sh** to BULLSH**..
For when? Sorry I have no memory recall at all! We went on med one... And I HATE boats but partner used sail regularly before he met me and I always felt bad so gave in as it was out last holiday for 15 years (mortgage!) little did I know last holiday ever.. Anyway.. It was fab.. But it was end August/start sept and we really did miss the best of the weather.. Sea was slightly rough and a few inland excursions were cancelled due to weather on land.. So if that time.. Go Caribbean haha Otherwise the med one was fab! We went with royal Caribbean because their med one was mostly all night sailing and day time docked which suited me because I wanted an active holiday anyway.. Lying by a pool bores me to death I'm afraid! Fab holiday, fab memories! I collected a mug and a fridge magnet from every place we visited hehe (though I have done that every place I have been!)
Can't say cruises have ever appealed to me for a couple of reasons, but when we've been sailing (small yacht, just the two of us) in the Med we've sometimes seen Club Med II, and she looks as though she definitely caters to the younger more active people. She's also a stunning looking boat. I don't seem to be able to copy the link, but if you google her you'll see what I mean. Lots of water sport, as well as all the usual cruise stuff.
"I treat horses good and I'm friendly to strangers." - Woodie Guthrie
Me too Antares, a cruise round the fjords with a chance of seeing the Northern Lights would be my dream holiday. Not that we 'do' holidays, him and me, unless we can take my dog. And I get serious withdrawal symptoms if I don't see Dave for two days.