Question about HTC Touch Cruise Smartphone
Here are some reasons to think twice before taking the little one on a cruise.
1. Babies don't sail free. With the exception of a few lines that have standard kids-sail-free deals and occasional promotions, you have to pay the going third-person rate for a baby sharing a cabin with Mom and Dad. That can be a hefty sum for a trip baby is not going to remember.
2. You can't pack light. What with the stroller, the bag of baby food and snacks, the bottles, sippy cups, multiple outfits per day and toys, I could have used a Sherpa to get through the airport with all our gear. Had I brought the car seat, I don't think I would have been physically able to carry all the bags I needed to bring. For little people, babies don't travel light.
3. It's not a vacation for mom and dad. Some of the best parts of cruising are not cooking, cleaning or doing laundry for a week. On this cruise, I washed bottles and sippy cups at least once a day, spent a morning in port washing clothes, and brought my own food to the lido buffet for breakfast and lunch. Thank goodness, I didn't have to wash all the linens we soiled or hose down the high chair after every meal.
4. Cruise ships aren't baby-proof. My active kid wanted to explore everything. Unfortunately, open railings on the pool deck, decorative pebbles in the planters and high-traffic stairways don't make for the safest play places for babies lacking self-preservation instincts. Unless your ship has a play area baby can access, there is really nowhere on a ship that's a good place for baby to play. The cabin is your best bet.
Posted on Jun 13, 2015
I am sure the cruises would ensure safety for children, be it day or night. The deck railings are child-safe. I have travelled with my toddler and we haven't face any safety issues.
Posted on Jun 04, 2014
I think, most cruises allow children. There are no security issues reported so far. The safety settings will be different in different cruises. I had gone with my family including my 8YO and 12 YO.The deck railings on the cruise were built pretty high so that it is difficult for children to climb on. I would suggest you educate the children about the safety concerns and ask them to talk to uniformed crew member whenever they need help.
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