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simphhcc 10-11-2007 07:49 PM

Does anyone know the break down of age ranges for camp carnival. My sons will be 5 and 9 at time of travel and I'm almost sure they will have to be in different camps/groups. It would be nice if they could be together.

Dwayne 10-11-2007 08:24 PM

Hi simphhcc, Found some info. buried in the CCL FAQs. Here is the link.

Dwayne

SanDee 10-12-2007 07:09 PM

The ships are very strict on this. They must stay in their own age group. 2 years ago we had all our grandchildren on the Conquest. We had a 14 yo girl and a 16 year old boy and they were not allowed in the same groups. They wanted to be together as they are cousins but had to mingle seperately. Nov 1 we go it again on the Valor. My grandaughter is now 16 and will be with the 15-17 age group and my grandson is 18 BUT he looks 14. So no 15-17 group for him and they do check their age! And looking 14 no 18 or 19 yo is going to give him the time of day unless she looks 13 or 14. http://cruise-chat.com/groupee_commo...n_confused.gif So I have feeling he will be bored. My 5 and 8 yo grandsons will also have to be in different groups. Luckily I have two 13yo grandaughters who will get to stay together. http://images7.fotki.com/v142/photos...33/lol2-vi.gif

Javert 10-13-2007 06:24 AM

A 5 and 9 year old will not be in the same group, but I doubt the 9 year old would enjoy the 5 year old activitiest much anyway. We recently went on a cruise with my niece who is 5 and she LOVED Camp Carnival. They did all sorts of fun things with the kids. Made artwork, danced, played games, went on a treasure hunt around the ship. Every morning at breakfast she begged us to take her to "camp" and then cried when she had to leave. My nephew, who is 10 went with his group and they also played games and got together, but he didn't enjoy it as much as she did.

Bem1962 10-15-2007 05:40 PM

Our daughter was 9 when we went in April she love it for some of the things they did , but did not spend all day there,,,

LHP 10-21-2007 08:29 AM

One of the great things about Camp Carnival is that you get a full list of their activities for each age group for the entire cruise when you check in.

That way, the kids can pick and choose which activities interests them and which ones do not!!

Adult Capers are done on a daily basis, but Camp Carnival are printed for the entire cruise so you can plan ahead!!!


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