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Old September 26th, 2012, 07:46 PM
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Default Kids on RCL Explorer of the Seas

I forgot to add this to my previous posting.

My proposed Family cruise of Explorer of the Seas will include
5 grandchildren. At the time of the cruise, they will be:

Grandson - 16 years (Sports orientated)
Grandson - 14 years (Computer geek)
Grandson - 11 years (math geek)
Granddaughter - 9 years
Grandson - 7 years old (sports)

What do they have on board to keep this tribe entertained?
Day and evening?

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They have a great kids center with activities for all ages. Just make sure they attend the first day in order to meet other kid cruisers that they can do things with. There are so many other activities for the entire family, lots of shows and don't miss the ice show, everyone will enjoy that.
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Old September 26th, 2012, 09:36 PM
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After cruising on the Allure of the Seas, I have to say they have the best kids' programs of all the ships we've been on in our 43 cruises. There is so much to keep them busy, it's amazing. Only problem, because the Oasis and the Allure are so popular, the prices are definitely higher than the Explorer, that's for sure.

With that said, we have found the Voyager-class ships (of which the Explorer is one) to be great for kids and they will have a wonderful time. Best way to find out all it has to offer is to go to their website; Welcome to Royal Caribbean International It's full of very good information.

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