Princess Cruises has just announced that a new family-friendly, interactive top-deck area.
The Reef Family Splash Zone will open on Caribbean Princess ship from June as it sails the Caribbean.
The Reef will boast:
-A water playground with a splash pool, assorted sprays and showers, and an interactive whale feature with running water from its tail
-A multi-generational game zone including oversized activities such as giant Connect Four and Jenga with a family-friendly bar serving mocktails and cocktails
-An upgraded pool and jacuzzi
-A variety of new, upgraded seating and furnishings ranging from single sun loungers to outdoor sofas and tables
-New shade canopies and wind panels
-Improved audio systems and lighting to give guests a better experience during evening events
Tony Roberts, Princess Cruises’ vice president UK and Europe, said: “At Princess Cruises we pride ourselves on offering fun, engaging and relaxing family holidays.
Caribbean Princess is no stranger to an impressive array of family-friendly features which were expanded during a multi-million pound upgrade in 2017.
Guests can find three youth and teen clubs onboard, each themed around the line’s partnership with the Discovery Channel.
Activities and games for children such as hands-on science experiments, mini golf tournaments, talent shows and stargazing; and interconnecting staterooms for use by larger groups of family and friends.
Roberts continued:” The Reef will complement the existing line up of family-friendly venues and entertainment available on Caribbean Princess, bringing people of all ages together in one enjoyable top-deck location.
In addition, guests sailing on Caribbean Princess will really benefit from using the Ocean Medallion.
From breezing through embarkation, to being able to play a wealth of interactive games across the ship, means every family member can make the most of their time onboard with us.”
Princess is offering a 14-night Circle Caribbean cruise on Caribbean Princess, departing November 6th 2019 and sailing roundtrip from Fort Lauderdale.
The ports of call will include St. Thomas, Antigua, St. Kitts, Martinique, Barbados, Trinidad, Curacao and Aruba.
Caribbean Princess was the first ship in the fleet to offer guests the Ocean Medallion, the automated piece of technology that offers enhanced interaction with crew and guests, keyless stateroom access and more.
What do you think of the new family zone onboard Caribbean Princess? Are you pleased the line are catering to families and children more and more? Would you use this area? Let us know!
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