It is best dahling, that you mind and watch over your child.
He is still a child, a boy, and it is unfair that you are offloading him to the ships crew to mind.
Bring him with you, get him to share in YOUR activities.
Its family time and bring back some family memories.
Its shameful that you behave like this
That wasn't very helpful. How about boogie boarding on the flowrider, rock climbing, miniature golf. You could get him lessons on the flowrider also. The staff is very attentive and will teach him to boogie board if he is nervous about it. I would suggest getting lessons earlier in the cruise, that way he could practice what he learned when the flowrider is open later on in the week.
There are so many activities for kids this age....I am sure he'll find some friends in the kids areas. They are getting to that age, where they want a little independence from parents and look forward to meeting with friends, and also spending time with you. There are so many activities onboard, he'll have a ball.
Be sure to read through the daily compass to see the events for the next day...