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- Hi. We are taking 10 and 13 years old girls to 4 night Bahama cruise this April. 10 years old girl is too shy to try any activity without her sister. Is it possible for 10 years old girl to move up to activies with her 13 years old sister?
- - Asked by Wataru from Georgia on 1/7/2014
- Hi Wataru!
Welcome to the Moms Panel - thanks for stopping by with your question. I'm excited to hear about your upcoming vacation aboard Disney Cruise Line!
We've had wonderful experiences with the Youth Clubs, from the nursery to the teen area. The clubs are supervised by extremely attentive, fun counselors, and there are always tons of fun things going on!
I encourage you to have your 10-year-old visit the Oceaneer Club/Lab on the first day. At Open House, you'll get a run-down of all the awesome activities available during your sailing. Also, make time for a visit to Edge to see what it's all about.
If your daughter is still shy about not being with her sister, feel free to talk to a Youth Counselor about your situation. They want nothing more than for each child to feel comfortable and happy while onboard, and will certainly work out an arrangement that best suits the need of your family.
Wishing you a most magical voyage!
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