We are sailing on the Holiday this Saturday. Does anyone know what is provided for a 14 month old to sleep in? I have asked 3 different people, my TA from Vacations to Go said crib, one at Carnival said pac n play and another at Carnival said crib or trundle bed and then she said it would probably be best if we brought our own bed. I said since we are paying full price for him, why should we provide his bed? Does anyone know for sure what is used on the Holiday??
Joy, I just got back from the Paradise and this one family had 2 cribs, portacrib size, not pack n plays in their room. They were white and looked nice from the doorway. I agree, you should not have to provide a bed for him if you had to pay a fare for him. Remember he can't go in the pools so you might look for a small inflatable one and bring a sand bucket to put water in it.
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We sailed the Triumph in April with our then 12 month old daughter. We were provided a small crib (not pack and play) in our room. However, the pack and play sheet we brought fit the crip (they provide linen, but I'm a freak mom and just felt better with her sleeping on her own sheets ).
You don't need to bring your own bed -- sheesh! That person was off her rocker!
If there isn't a crib in your room on arrival, don't worry about it. Your cabin steward will have all the info provided you request it ahead of time. And he will pleasantly set it all up for you!
Enjoy! Sailing with kiddos is fun -- and an entirely different experience than sailing alone My daughter made sure we spent sunrise up on lido together every morning -- creating special memories which still bring a little tear to my eye!
Why wouldn't he be able to go into the pool? I was just wondering
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