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Old 12-06-2007, 01:35 PM
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My son turns 18 next week, we sail in February.
His sister will be turning 16 on the cruise.

If they follow all the rules, my son won't be able to go into the disco/teen areas with his sister.

I was hoping he could help "keep and eye on her". (For safety reasons only...she's not a "wild child)

Does anyone know how closely they follow the rules for teens?
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Old 12-06-2007, 01:35 PM
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My son turns 18 next week, we sail in February.
His sister will be turning 16 on the cruise.

If they follow all the rules, my son won't be able to go into the disco/teen areas with his sister.

I was hoping he could help "keep and eye on her". (For safety reasons only...she's not a "wild child)

Does anyone know how closely they follow the rules for teens?
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Old 12-06-2007, 04:29 PM
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On the cruises that I have been on, they had a very strict no-adult policy in the teen and kids areas. Unfortunately, they consider 18 an adult, but I am sure that if you went and explained it to them, then they might make an exception. Or maybe, if they don't ask, and if your son looks reasonably young, then just don't tell them.
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Old 12-07-2007, 03:54 PM
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I had the same question. We are taking my son and his best friend. His best friend JUST turned 18 and I know hey want to hang together- thats why we are bringing the kid. I hate to bring someone elses kid and ask him to lie and say he is 17 if asked but its not like he is 25 trying to pick up little girls.

I'd love a definitive answer on this one.

I know they are strict with the younger ones b/.c I was behind a family last time and they wanted the 9 year old in the 6-8 group or something like that b/c his sibling was there and they said no it would mess up their numbers. I suppose in the top group it wouldn't make much of an impact buut then again if its not 18 where do they cut it off and who do you let go and who don't you. Personally last time I walked in several times to look for my son and was never questioned and I never saw a "chaperone " at the door- they were there leading some contest but the door was wide open and people freely came and went.
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