Sea Tales 2023/2024 Family Cruise Travel Planner

Club HAL Holland America Line’s youth activities program, Club HAL, offers an array of entertaining events for kids and teens ages 3-17, supervised by a full-time, professionally trained staff. They’ll have an opportunity to join other kids their age for arts and crafts, sports, video game competitions, scavenger hunts, challenging team games and themed parties. Children (3–6 years) Highlights for kids ages 3 to 6 include “Painting Picassos,” and “Sing-Along Storytime,” as well as theme parties, such as “Dino-Mite Night” and “Ships Ahoy Pirate Treasure Hunt Adventure.” All children participating in the youth program must be completely toilet trained and pull–up free. Youth Staff cannot assist in the washroom in any way. Children ages 3 - 6 years old have a sign in and out policy. Tweens (7–12 years) Nukeball, Xbox Tournaments, and Olympic relay races along with theme parties “Brave the Night”, “Mysterious Spy Night” and “Country Carnival” ensure that guests ages 7 - 12 years look forward to each day at Club HAL. Tweens ages 7 - 12 years old have a sign in and out policy. Teens (13–17 years) Mocktail Parties, karaoke contests, trivia contests, jewelry designs, video games, staff vs. teens volleyball tournaments; together with themed events “Face Your Fears”, “Casino Games for Prizes” and “TV Game Show Night” allow teens 13 - 17 to attend events in a relaxed environment allowing them to comfortably make friends while having fun. There are no registration or sign in/out procedures for teen programming. #9: Crystal Cruises A&K Travel acquired Crystal Cruises brand and ships Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony; more information soon. #10: Cunard Line Minimum Age: Six months (twelve months for Full World Cruise, Exotic Cruises or Transatlantic Crossings) Children’s Programs: Extensive Babysitting: No (but nursery for infants between ages twelve and twenty-three months) Tickets: O verview Only the ships of Cunard Line evoke the nostalgia of the Golden Age of ocean travel. With a tradition of luxury and service that began in 1840, the line maintains that heritage—though a Cunard Line Caribbean cruise today is significantly different in tone and atmosphere from the ocean crossings of yesteryear. The fleet of three ships is relatively young; the QM2 was launched in 2004, the Queen Victoria in 2007, and her sister, the Queen Elizabeth, in 2010. All three ships have a romantic aura of glamour that is different from the showy glitz of other big ships. Though the transatlantic crossings come closest to replicating historic voyages, the three Queens now travel the world and have a loyal following of repeat guests.

2023 Sea Tales Family Cruise Travel Planner

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