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Old June 28th, 2009, 05:02 PM
I_Live_4_Cruises I_Live_4_Cruises is offline
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I went on Carnival Inspiration over Spring Break 09. I turned 18 the day we boarded and was still a senior in high school (since it was the end of March/start of April), so I wanted to be in the Club O2 still one last time (I figured if it was boring I could easily switch to the adult club).

HOWEVER, there was a group of about 10 guys that came for their grad cruise. 2 of the guys had already turned 18 a couple months earlier and she kicked the 2 boys out even though she let all their friends in Club O2. She explained that if your birthday wasn't within basically a couple days-week of the cruise starting she wasn't admitting any 18 year olds.

I have no idea what ever happened in the adult club, but I did talk to a couple of kids 18-21 at the very last night for a second and they said the club had been a ton of fun all week and I should have gone. lol

It looks like you are good to go either way. I'm now officially in the 18+ up group, so I'm right there with ya in the adult clubs although I won't be cruising for a long time now anyways. haha I'm sure you will have a good experience if you are cruising over summer or spring break which attract tons of young people. 8)
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Carnival Victory (2005)
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Carnival Liberty (June 9, 2007)
Carnival Glory (July 5, 2008)
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