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anyone out there crusing with a teenager?

We are a family of four (two girls, 12 and 14) making plans for a year-long trip to the Med and back, leaving next summer (2004). As we are planning for the trip, and anticipating life "aboard", my 14-year old has some reservations about leaving friends, etc. She would really like make contact with other teenagers who are cruising with their families, to ask them what it''s really like.
Anyone out there who could help?
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anyone out there crusing with a teenager?

First, let''s make sure: is this "cruising" with a teenager, or "cursing" with a teenager? I imagine they would come hand-in-hand.
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anyone out there crusing with a teenager?

go for it! High school and friends are over rated. In the end, they''ll be better off for the experience, as hard as it may be to convince them of that now.

Good luck.
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