We are planning wanting to plan a cruise for our special needs son March of 2019. What is your policy about water activities or pools for children who are not potty trained yet. He is 8 years old and has a syndrome and has autism. We are trying to get him potty trained. But we are not there yet. We would probably be in the water no more than 2-3 hours. He doesn't last long. But he loves water.
Good day, everyone! Do you know can childs eat in Adventure Ocean Club?
Do kids clubs provide beverages?
If my kids are in Adventure Ocean and they want to be picked up, how does the ship get in contact with me? If my baby is in the Royal Nursery and is fussy, etc., will they get in touch with me to let me know? I will be paying for an internet plan for my phone if that makes any difference.
What is the pool area like for not potty trained babes on oasis?
We will be cruising in September to Nassau, st. Martin and st. Thomas with a 17month old. What are some shore excursions that we would be able to take the baby on and enjoy?
If your baby isn’t potty trained can they go in the pool?
If my daughter will be 2 and 8 months and is fully potty trained can she go in the 3-5 room?
I was wondering what the best cruise ship is out of Allure of the Seas, oasis of the seas, anthem of the seas, and harmony of the seas for a 6 year old at the time. Thank you!
If you do an excursion and have your toddler in Royal Tots, how do you get in touch with the babysitter if needed (or if the babysitter needs to get in touch with you)? Thanks!