This ship is best for adults as there is not much for children to do outside of the Kid's program: Adventure Ocean. Royal Caribbean should consider adding another ship to accommodate 5 day itineraries for families with children considering nearly 1.5 million cruisers come through Galveston per year. Overall, the Cruise Industry should consider mandating children 12 to 17 either are in a supervised program on-board or with their adult-aged guardian. No one would consider allowing their children to run around freely and unsupervised in a school setting of just 800 people and 100 adults, this would be crazy. Why would parents allow their under-aged children to walk around freely in a floating resort of over 2,700 strangers? I suspect nothing will change until several children fall victim to a tragic incident before policies change. This ship should also invest in more nightly entertainment such as more comedy shows for families and adults. More shows that do not involve the passenger guests performing or perhaps a magic show.
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