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Old 08-29-2003, 10:29 AM
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We're planning to take our two daughters (ages 13 and 17) on a cruise next spring, leaning toward Royal Caribbean. I want to make sure before I go that they will be able to hang out together in the "teen areas"?? The Royal Carib. website lumps the 13-17 year olds together, but their brochure suggests they separate them into two groups (13-15 and 16-17)
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We're planning to take our two daughters (ages 13 and 17) on a cruise next spring, leaning toward Royal Caribbean. I want to make sure before I go that they will be able to hang out together in the "teen areas"?? The Royal Carib. website lumps the 13-17 year olds together, but their brochure suggests they separate them into two groups (13-15 and 16-17)
Anyone have any insight?
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Just got back from the Voyager of the Seas. There were about 800 kids on the ship. My 13 year old did a lot of the activities organized by the kids program. My 10 year old meet 5 friends the first day and had a blast. He did not do the organized programs. There are a lot of things for the kids to do and they have a great time!
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Old 09-02-2003, 01:44 PM
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The Royal has many many activities for teens and alike. We traveled with a 11,13 and 16 yr olds and they were all over the place with dancing, movies, buffets, activities like "hottie hunt" and "interviews of guests". The Royal is a wonderful first time cruiser experience, don't second guess it. Just do it! They will have a great time and then thank you for it! Mine did!
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Old 09-10-2003, 12:41 PM
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Thanks for the input!
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Old 10-31-2004, 06:31 AM
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I went on the royal carribean radiance of the ses. And I'm 16 yeras and they do split up the groups 12-14 and 15-17. I rarely saw my brother who was 13 at the teen ahngouts.
 
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