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nadellii

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I always recommend cruises for families because they are generally pretty safe and there are a lot of activities for families to do on board. It’s a great place to grab a drink with your spouse and supervise the young ones on the pool deck. They will always here a life guard which is not the case for many public beaches in Greece. If you have teens, there tend to be many teen groups that offer excursions during the stops so they are able to make friends with other cruise ship members. I highly recommend it!
 

k_tsoukalas

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I always recommend cruises for families because they are generally pretty safe and there are a lot of activities for families to do on board. It’s a great place to grab a drink with your spouse and supervise the young ones on the pool deck. They will always here a life guard which is not the case for many public beaches in Greece. If you have teens, there tend to be many teen groups that offer excursions during the stops so they are able to make friends with other cruise ship members. I highly recommend it!
Thank you! This is great advice, cruises are great, too, because you don't need to do everything together 24/7.
 
Taking a cruise to the Greek islands is great for everyone, but I have found that it is an ideal activity in Greece for families because there's something for everyone!
 
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francescool

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Taking a cruise to the Greek islands is great for everyone, but I have found that it is an ideal activity in Greece for families because there's something for everyone!
Cruises are also pretty safe, I went a while back and felt pretty secure about letting the kids roam around the boat
 

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