aldrich - Answered a Question by Murphy (14 Jan 08 19:51)

Royal Caribbean provides Pack and Play's for use onboard. Pack and Play's are similar to a playpen. Cribs are no longer provided. Pack and Play's specifics: For use by children unable to climb out, less than 24" tall, and less than 30 lbs. Mesh on four sides Sets up in less than one minute Strong and stable, yet lightweight Approx. dimensions 28"W x 38 7/8"L x 31-1/4"H Mattress/pad is 1" thick Sheets are provided Folds for storage and includes carrying bag with handle Pack and Play's should be reserved in advance so that we are sure we have enough onboard. Highchairs are available on request. Yes, you will eat at the same time as the child - I do suggest taking them to the informal buffet area rather than the main dining room where dinner takes on average 1 1/2 hrs. You have asked about food in another thread where I replied that you have to bring your own, but yes, the waiters will heat it up, and they will also mash up vegetables and potatoes for the child.

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