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Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas gives passengers a multi-holiday experience

Joanne Sweeney
WHEN you think about a cruise ship, does the image of an overly tanned elderly American couple meandering around on deck come to mind? Or does the ordeal of having to dress up in evening wear for dinner just in case you are at the captain's table weigh heavily on your mind? What about the thought of listening to the likes of former Loose Woman and cruise ship singer Jane McDonald warbling every night? Cruising seems to be like Marmite to some holidaymakers – either you love it or you don't.

Belfast and Dublin soundscapes

Digital Staff
You can listen to the sounds of cities and more peaceful locations around the world thanks to a new project.

Travel: Cruising the Caribbean with Disney for baby's first holiday

Wesley Johnson
FROM endless encounters with Donald Duck and co to exploring Nemo's Reef and seeing off Captain Hook as fireworks fill the sky, life on board the Disney Dream – which evokes liners of years gone by with its dark blue hull and gold detail – promises to be a full-scale fairy-tale adventure.

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