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Old October 25th, 2005, 10:38 PM
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Hey, I'd like to go on a cruise this spring but I'll only be 17 and the friend I'd like to take is 18. This means we won't be able to go to the same clubs, etc. Is it possible to be declared as an adult on Royal Caribbean if your parents sign a form? I've seen it done on a past cruise but I'm not sure if they still have this policy. Let me know if you have any info. Thanks!
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Old October 26th, 2005, 03:52 PM
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thats going to happen to me on my cruise in february. I turn 18 6 days before the cruise, and my best friend whos coming with me will be 17. and the other people that are coming weth my family will be 18, 17, 16, 15, and 14..and 2 13 yrs olds..haha but i think that I will just go to the teen stuff, at least on the first night to meet people, and if they tell me to leave ill just explain to them rationaly that the people i am traveling with are in here and that i just turned 18. and ill have the advantage to go to the clubs and also drink on RC cause i will be 18! so hopefully it will work out as i planned!

I hada friend who was 18 on my last cruise on princess, and she went to the club meet and greet, but her brother was 17, and she ended up hnaging out with us at some of the teen stuff. they never kicked her out.

for some reason we actually went to a bunch of the teen things. i usually never do. just on the first night to actually meet people!

That was a long post! haha
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