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Adult-Only Escape?

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ArkJudy

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Would love to hear from anyone who has been on one of the Celebrity Escape Adult Only cruises?
 
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ArkJudy

Guest
#3
Thanks, BSeaBob! I didn't realize they were that new, and the idea really appeals to DH and me. Saw Lori's post -- perhaps that will be our next escape!
 
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RAY

Guest
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The first one is Sept. 23, 2002. and we will be on it. Boy did the prices drop. We book a 1A and got a Cat #3 avery large family size for less money. It is the slow time of the year and the stock market isn't doing too good
 
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Al

Guest
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Nice concept. I'm wondering why, with all those folks bad-mouthing kids' behavior on cruises, the sailings haven't sold out. The dates/homeports don't fit my vacation schedule (being a Floridian, I don't sail during Sept. and Oct.), but I was hoping that the idea would catch on and expand - guess not. Celebrity does have credibility issues, given the fact that they've canceled more cruises than all other lines combined; and price reductions appear commonplace. I'm glad that you got the deal you did - enjoy!!
 
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ArkJudy

Guest
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Ray:

Be sure to post a review when you return. I'm anxious to hear whether you consider it an improvement. We just returned from cruising the Carnival Paradise. While I didn't notice any unruly children, there were a lot of babies aboard, and it seemed everywhere we tried to relax, we could still hear a baby crying!

Judy
 
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SueClark

Guest
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The 9/23 Millennium will also be the cruise where Celebrity launches it's new marketing strategy. It's aimed to make the ships more like a "W" hotel. We shall see what we think of the whole thing. I was excited about the adults only thing - we always schedule our trips around times when there will be few kids onboard. I'm going to reserve judgement on the other new changes.

Sue