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Wilba - Answered a Question by saunders (07 Dec 08 17:45)

No, you sign a waiver form on arrival & it's recorded on the seapass card........Wilba.

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Saunders - replied to Wilba (08 Dec 08 23:31)

You can only sign a waiver form if you are the parent or legal guardian and this was our grand daughter and her boyfriend, and as we had been told by Royal Caribbean at time of booking that it was ok for them to drink alcohol we didn't know we had to have proof of guardianship.

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Wilba - replied to Saunders (10 Dec 08 08:17)

Had you stated you were the Guardian you would have received different advice. One assumes the question is from a parent & answers in that vein.......Wilba.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by saunders (07 Dec 08 18:43)

Wilba is spot on, as usual, but remember, ( I know you said European waters) that if you are sailing out of American ports 21 is the lowest age and I am not sure how far that extends when on a trans Atlantic cruise. ......Neil.

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Saunders - replied to Neil & Ida Down (08 Dec 08 23:34)

Yes Neil we know when sailing out of America it is 21 but because we were sailing in Europe we specifically asked RCI about the age limit and were told it would be 18 so were not prepared for what happened and beleive me it was very embarrasing.

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to Saunders (10 Dec 08 11:43)

I do understand and the extra comment was not really aimed at you but at others who might read this and not know. I am sorry if you found it superfluous. .... Neil.

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Webster - Answered a Question by saunders (10 Dec 08 09:33)

Recently onboard a one of their ships I noticed a information page relating to this stating any passengers over the age of 18 and under 21 would require a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.

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