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Armando Arias 08-04-2011 08:23 AM

infants in rci: majesty of the seas
 
hi;

i tried to find information about infant's activities and rules on the rci's majesty oft the seas, but just a couple i found.

specifically, i want to know if a 1 year old child can stay with his family in the main restaurant for dinner (formal night included) ?

LisaP 08-04-2011 09:47 AM

Absolutely enjoy dinner with your child! We have some wonderful memories of this when our son was very young. Some tips: We practiced at home for a while, starting in diners and working our way up to quieter family restaurants. Also, ask for a table for just your family, or ask to be seated with other families with children, should you go for a set dining time. If you have a travel booster seat for the table, bring it, so s/he has something familiar. Also bring sippy cups, bottles, or whatever else s/he may need. (I don't recall if RCI is a line that offers this stuff, but familiar is always better, in my experience.)

And, do be sure to get a formal family photo. We still cherish ours!

penny3333 08-04-2011 09:48 AM

Hi Armando Arias, welcome to CruiseReviews! Yes, children can stay in the dining room with their parents. Most cruise lines, RCI included, do not start programs until the child is 2 years of age. They do, however, offer babysitting services, for a fee. The Majesty is a great ship, even though an older ship. I hope you have a wonderful cruise!

Armando Arias 08-04-2011 12:06 PM

ok, thank you !!!
very helpfull information

Armando Arias 08-04-2011 12:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LisaP (Post 289691)
Absolutely enjoy dinner with your child! We have some wonderful memories of this when our son was very young. Some tips: We practiced at home for a while, starting in diners and working our way up to quieter family restaurants. Also, ask for a table for just your family, or ask to be seated with other families with children, should you go for a set dining time. If you have a travel booster seat for the table, bring it, so s/he has something familiar. Also bring sippy cups, bottles, or whatever else s/he may need. (I don't recall if RCI is a line that offers this stuff, but familiar is always better, in my experience.)

And, do be sure to get a formal family photo. We still cherish ours!

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Armando Arias:
ok, thank you !!!
very helpfull information
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