Today’s cruise ships offer a dizzying array of entertainment and activities. Keep even the hardest-to-entertain kids happy with water slides, dodgems and climbing walls, enjoy some me-time in the spa, and then gather the whole family together for dinner and a show.
Why spend two weeks in one place when you can see more of the world in the same space of time? Make the most of the school holidays; unpack once and explore somewhere new almost every day.
A family cruise is the perfect way to inspire a little wanderlust in junior travellers. Let them wake with anticipation as they open the curtains to a new view each morning, visiting places only previously read about in school books and experiencing things their friends on a resort holiday can only dream about, including swimming with turtles in the Caribbean, riding a dog sled in Alaska and visiting some of the largest water parks in the world.
P&O Cruises are one of several cruise lines who offer dolphin and whale watching excursions, whilst beach-crazy kids will love Princess Cays; Princess Cruises’ own private island and the perfect place for recreating pirate invasions at playtime!
“I’m bored!” is a phrase that blights many a school holiday but you’ll never hear it uttered aboard a cruise ship. All family cruise lines offer free childrens clubs, run by qualified and experienced staff and offering age-specific activities for children between the age of 6 months and 17 years.
Dine as a family or let the kids enjoy an earlier ‘kids-only’ tea, something offered by P&O Cruises aboard all of the line’s family-friendly ships. Mums and dads can also take advantage of the night nursery offered by many cruise lines and enjoy some precious grown-up time while the kids are under the watchful eye of trained staff. Indulge in a meal at one of the ship’s speciality restaurants, before treating yourselves to a cocktail or two. After all, it’s your holiday too!
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