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Half Term Royal Caribbean Cruises

06 September 2010

With the summer holidays over, many parents will be looking ahead to the autumn half term and wondering how to keep their children amused. And Royal Caribbean Cruises have the ideal answer, with special offers for families on many of their cruises.

Whether looking forward to the upcoming October half term, or ahead to next year's school break in May, many options are available for those who want to take the entire family on cruise holidays . An 11 night cruise around the Canary Islands will offer constant amusement, with destinations such as Tenerife, Gran Canaria, and Lisbon all included. And with an immense amount of entertainment on Royal Caribbean's liners, there will always be something for all family members to enjoy.

Leaving from Southampton, the Canary Island's cruise will offer plenty of beaches for soaking up tans, history and architecture for those interested, and exciting ruins with which to spark children's inquisitive and imaginative minds. Medieval alleyways and a castle in Lisbon provide the perfect setting for stories of old, whilst Tenerife's beautiful beaches will allow hours of lying on the sand, or splashing in the surf. Meanwhile Madeira, complete with stunning landscapes and views, will offer its iconic Madeira cakes and wine for all to enjoy. And whilst a family cruise may have not been the first thought for many, with educational and pleasurable experiences throughout, it can be the ideal holiday to banish those school day blues.