Cruise lines begin imposing curfews for minors

Cruise lines have begun imposing curfews for minors

New curfew policy will apply on Carnival Cruise Line cruises to minors aged 17 years and under.

An exception will be made for children and teenagers accompanied by adults over 21 years old. In the evening, you can also be on the territory of children's clubs: Club O2 is open for children aged 15 to 17 years, and Circle C — for children aged 12 to 14.

For parents traveling with young children, Carnival has introduced a special Night Owl program. You can “surrender” child between 6 months and 11 years of age to professionals for $7.5 per hour. The service is open from 22:00 to 01:00 at night.

Carnival also offers other useful services for families traveling with children: baby food and extra beds in cabins, as well as entertainment on board: water slides, mini -golf and even rollercoasters. 

Carnival isn't the only company to impose a curfew on some guests. For example, Norwegian Cruise Line sent all teenage guests to their cabins. And also from midnight. “Teenagers are to proceed to their cabins unless accompanied by a parent or guardian,” — Norwegian rules say. “All crew members are instructed to report any instance of inappropriate behavior to ship security.”

Disney Cruise Line, on the other hand, has no curfew restrictions on children today.

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