Thrill Theater

I'll be on CCL Breeze for my next cruise.  I have not seen the Thrill Theater on other ships.  Has anyone tried it?  I read You See a 8 to 10 minute show I guess that puts you in the seat of the action.  It's $7.95 a show or $14.95 for a week pass.  Is it worth it? Or try on and be done with it?  Also what are the shows?  Hopefully nothing juvenile like Princesss and Mermaids for children.

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It was fun, but it's a one and done sort of thing for me.  If I remember correctly, there were different shows--I know there was a gory thriller type clip, I believe a cartoon type clip, and maybe a scenic clip.  We paid the $14.95 and saw all the shows.  Fun and different, and we enjoyed them all, but once for each was plenty.

How many people can be seated per viewing?

We really enjoyed it!  We hadn't planned to go, but it was at the landing where we always stopped on our way to the cabin and we talked with those working the counter.  Our first visit there was only one eight year old lad and ourselves... we laughed out loud and had a wonderful time.  The second time (yes we had so much fun we went another show) it was crowded but still enjoyable.  We did not go to the "haunted house" one because I do not like to be frightened.   They are more like cartoon shows (not our normal genre) but well worth going at least once and if we had the chance we'd do it again.Big Smile

It's a small theater area.  My memory isn't that great, but I would say 20-30 ish?  That may be a little high.  They do clear the theater between shows so everybody gets a turn

 

thanks for the insights.  I'll be checking it out.

We were disappointed at the thrill theater as we saw a wildlife show and you get sprayed with mist simulating the beach and vibrating seats for boat engines.  Our seats did not work.  Employees said seats will be repaired when breeze goes into drydock (this was 2 years ago.)  One good thing they did not charge us for admission since our seats did not work.

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