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Hi. Myself, my husband and 11 year old son are traveling on INDY 27th July. Quick question with relation to Adventure Ocean program. Does my son have to sign up the the club when we board to use it or can he just turn up as and when he wants to.
Submitted by - Jones, Loddon - United Kingdom on 3rd Jun 2013 / Subject - Royal Caribbean Cruises General
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Answer by hutchinson, solihull (21 Jul 13 08:37) to a QUESTION by Jones (03 Jun 13 16:48)
Hi we too are going on thatbdate. I have a 12 and 9 year old. Last time we cruised the club was very disorganised, queuing for ages. My kids preferred to stay with us and enjoy the pool, rock climbing, ice skating etc. Theres an abundance of things to do. Some kids love these clubs but my two didn't.
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Answer by Hague, Liverpool (04 Jun 13 12:12) to a QUESTION by Jones (03 Jun 13 16:48)
You have to register as soon as you get on board as numbers are limited if sailing full
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Comment by JandBean, Worcester (03 Jun 13 20:16) about a QUESTION by Jones (03 Jun 13 16:48)
Hi, we've just come back from a week in Norway on the IOTS and our kids had to sign up - the queue was pretty long on the 2nd day of the cruise, not sure if it was any better on the first - we waited about half an hour before they got in. Hope that helps? :0)
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Comment by Jones, Loddon (03 Jun 13 21:11) about a COMMENT by JandBean (03 Jun 13 20:16)
Thanks for your reply. Does he have to sign in every day or is he given a pass so can just come and go as he pleases? X
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Comment by Fox, chester (04 Jun 13 14:20) about a COMMENT by Jones (03 Jun 13 21:11)
He will be able to come and go as he pleases. There will be lots of kids who will be eager to make friends, he'll have a great time!
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