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  1. We’re a Canadian couple in our mid 20s looking to go on a luxury cruise in the Mediterranean for our honeymoon in Summer 2021, something with the quality of Seabourn, Regent, Crystal, Silversea, Ritz Carlton Yacht, Emerald Azzurra, Sea Dream etc and would even consider a spa suite on a premium line like Azamara, Oceania etc even though they’re not “technically” luxury as per this forum. Not sure where Viking fits. Ponant would work too as we can get along in French. We could make do with language barrier on Hapag-Lloyd. The main thing we want to know is which luxury cruise lines (and specific ships if applicable) will provide the greatest chance of us running into at least a couple other people in their 20s or 30s? If that’s highly unlikely, then what about people in their 40s? I’ve been on just one cruise, Carnival Pride to Bahamas and Turks & Caicos, while my fiancée has been on that one and several other mass market ships, and we both found the nickel and diming really annoying, especially being handed a bill to sign every five minutes even though we had the most all-inclusive package. Plus we’d just like the classier experience of a luxury ship. I love old people, but it would be cool to find at least a couple other younger people who we could hang out with. I’ve read a complaint on here from a physically active couple in their late 60s saying that most of their ship was 80-95 and so they had trouble finding anyone to keep up with them on excursions. Not sure if that was an exaggeration, but if this is likely to be the case on any of these ships we’ll just book a couple of more adventurous excursions externally on our own.
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