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Old August 10th, 2006, 01:31 PM
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Default Can my 13 Yr daughter go to the groups w/ my 15 yr son

My Daughter wants to stay with brother. He is the outgoing one and she is more laid back. Will Carnival let her go to his groups?
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the cruise lines are pretty strict about the age groups. If she isn't in his age group for Camp Carnival chances are pretty slim that they will bump her up into his group. The activites are geared for the specific age group. You might have a chance if only a few kids enroll in her age group, and they might combine groups. It can't hurt to ask when you go to enroll her in camp.
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Old August 14th, 2006, 06:02 PM
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my 14yo son was in camp. Kids this age can sign themselves in and out of camp on there own. We found that once all the kids hooked up they kinda did their own thing on the ship and didn't spend much time in the camp itself. I don't know about specific camp activities regarding them being together but they did allow our 5 yo to go into the 6-8yo camp cause his brother was in it. It was a tough sell but they did it. i think a 13yo in a 14-16 camp could be an easier thing. Regardless you kids will have a great time.
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Old August 14th, 2006, 06:27 PM
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Most lines are more apt to let the older one come to the younger one's programming. Some lines are very strict about it but it doesn't hurt to ask.
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