2021 Sea Tales Family Cruise Travel Planner - Cool Places

Minimum age is six months; however, infants must be twelve months or older on transocean cruises. A guest must be at least 6 years of age at the time of embarkation in order to sail on voyages to Antarctica or on Expedition Cruises. SeaDreamYacht Club – SeaDreamYacht Club does not provide activities or amenities specifically for children. The minimum age to sail on a SeaDream is one year. Silversea Cruises – This luxury cruise line’s programs are designed for adults and they do not provide care, entertainment, or supervision for children. Minimum sailing age on Silversea is six months on most ships, but one year for voyages aboard the Silver Explorer Silver For cruises aboard the Silver Galapagos no children less than six years old are allowed to sail. Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection – Uniworld’s position is that most children—specifically those under age eight—do not enjoy or appreciate the river cruise experience. There are no special arrangements, activities, or accommodations for children on Uniworld river cruises or tour programs. One exception: Uniworld’s Multigenerational Family-Friendly Cruise Program, available on select itineraries during the summer and the winter holiday season The minimum age to cruise on Uniworld is four years for most journeys, and eight years for Egypt sailings. Viking River Cruises – Viking River Cruises does not maintain facilities or services for children due to the nature of their cruises. Minimum age to cruise on Viking River is eighteen years. Windstar Cruises – Children, especially infants and toddlers, are not encouraged aboard Windstar cruises, and the cruise line does not provide care, supervision, or entertainment of children. Minimum age to cruise on Windstar is eight years. Chapter IV Wonder How You’ll All Make It for Seven Days Together? Ten Great Ideas for Things to Do with Your Children on a Cruise Cruising is a wonderful chance to introduce your children to never-before-seen wonders. Here are some great ideas for things to do with your children while on a cruise! Visit world-renowned museums with your children. New England and Canadian cruises in particular provide plenty of fun and educational museum stops in port. Boston, a museum hotspot, features one of the nation’s premiere children’s museums, plus the enormous New EnglandAquarium. There’s also the Boston Team Party Ship, where kids can recreate dumping tea into the sea. Enjoy leisurely dinners with your children or room service with a movie. The early dinner seatings on cruise ships (especially those operated by Carnival) are full of families. Depending on the age of the children, it may get a little messy, but the ships’ staffs love the laughter. There are also specialty restaurants on many ships that welcome children. This is a great time to relax together and talk about the day’s events aboard the ship and life in general. Cabin service is available 24/7 on most lines, so you won’t have to worry about those growing teenagers and their constant hunger. Order a midnight snack and watch a movie together. When was the last time you danced with your children? There is plenty of live music aboard. For pure family fun, nothing beats family disco hour, especially aboard Royal Caribbean voyages. The pulsating beats, light shows, and other special effects help everyone cut loose on the dance floor. And there is no doubt the kids will love to watch their parents’ smooth dance moves and enjoy a dance with mom or dad.

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2021 Sea Tales Family Cruise Travel Planner

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