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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean International has tons to offer families with children of all ages, especially those ages 3 and up. Young children will love taking part in the Adventure Ocean club where they’ll get to do art projects, take drama classes, and even try their hands at a science experiment or two. Older children will enjoy the ship’s supervised rock climbing wall, miniature golf courses and, on the larger ships, ice skating rinks

Soverign of the Seas - Royal Caribbean
Teen programs actually split the kids into two different age groups, 12 to 14 and then 15 to 17. Every ship has at least one room for teens-only and a handful of ships have three dedicated teen rooms each – one for evening entertainment, one for sunbathing, and one for just hanging out. They can also participate in scavenger hunts, outdoor sports games, and even surf on board the ship.

The kids pool on the ship
Royal Caribbean has ports scattered around the world as well. If you’d like a cruise that doesn’t venture too far we recommend starting out in Boston and then cruising Canada and the New England States. There are plenty of hotels in Boston, inviting you to relax and explore the city before or after your cruise.