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  • Check the cancellation programs available in case something happens and you can’t make the ship

    • by princenlady

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      Love Crown Princess! Crown Princess is a must for any family needing lots of child and teen activities. If you have kids like we do and want them to stay occupied 24/7, this is the cruise line. We are very big on family time, so any cruise we pick must have things we can do as a family. On the Crown Princess, we are

      able to go to a miniature golf course; watch a giant movie screen on deck (includes lots of G-Rated movies), plus a great outdoor space that is fenced in for toddlers ( mini basketball set up and three wheelers. There are supervised activities for kids ages three to seventeen which is perfect if we need a little couple time.

      While aboard the Crown Princess, we love the Lotus Spa, a world class art collection and gallery, and duty free boutiques. The kids, on the other hand, loved the arcade, the Fun Zone, the Teen Center, and the chill out splash pool. Take an offshore excursion in Aruba by taking a motorcycle ride. Or have an afternoon in the sun, go snorkeling, sailing, or take a party boat ...

      • Princess Cruises: Crown Princess
      excursion as a way of meeting other passengers.

      Some cruise tips we have found that can be useful are:

      Make sure your cabin is large enough for your entire family.

      Check the cancellation programs available in case something happens and you can’t make the ship.

      Have extra cash on hand to buy the soda package for your kids which makes all their sodas on board the ship

      “paid for”. Remember, these drinks aren’t free.

      Check out the kid programs before you send your kids to those programs.

      Decide how much time you want your kids to do video games, before you ever get on the ship.

      Check to see if the cruise line has a pager service. This will allow you get in contact with your older teens quickly, no matter where they are.

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