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Q: We’d like to try a cruise, but we’ve heard that they’re teeming with elderly folks. How can we make sure there’ll be passengers our age?

With more than 2,000 passengers on some ships, you’ll likely find others who think Family Guy is funny too. But some ships and routes do skew younger. Royal Caribbean’s Navigator of the Seas features a rock climbing wall and basketball court, places where grandpas may fear to tread. Shorter (i.e., cheaper) three-night cruises to hot spots like Bahamas and Key West attract the young and the restless with great nightlife. Try Carnival Cruise’s Fascination.

A travel writer extraordinaire, Michele Sponagle has visited more than 40 countries around the world. Send her your travel questions here.