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Old 08-28-2004, 07:56 PM
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We are going on the Mariner of the Seas Oct 17th with our two daughter ages 5 and 7. Just wondering if there will be any kids. I have read a lot of reviews of people who people who traveled in summer or during school breaks and that there were alot of children. We went on a Carnival Cruise last February and there was maybe 30 kids! I thought the program on Carnival was great. I have not seen many reviews about Royal Caribbeans program.
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We are going on the Mariner of the Seas Oct 17th with our two daughter ages 5 and 7. Just wondering if there will be any kids. I have read a lot of reviews of people who people who traveled in summer or during school breaks and that there were alot of children. We went on a Carnival Cruise last February and there was maybe 30 kids! I thought the program on Carnival was great. I have not seen many reviews about Royal Caribbeans program.
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Old 09-07-2004, 06:12 AM
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No matter what time of year you travel, there will always be other children on board the Voyager class ships (particularly those within your children's age range). Personally, I have found Royal Caribbeans's Adventure Ocean Youth Program to be the best afloat. They divide the children in to 5 age categories (3-5/6-8/9-11/12-14/15-17) which allows for more age appropriate activites within age group. Carnival's (as are most of the other cruise lines programs) is divided into 3 groups. I never understood the logic of lumping childern 13-17 into one age group as they are certainly at totally different developmental and interest levels. That is just one aspect of the program and I would certainly be happy to answer any other specific questions you have about the youth program, but rest assured your children will love the program.
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