About This Line
The Reef Youth Program, with facilities for children and teenagers, is P&O’s free onboard service for kids ages 2 to 17. Activities are split into four age groups, organized daily by qualified counsellors called Reef Rangers, to keep children of all ages entertained and to ensure that they have the chance to make friends in their own age group. The groups are Splashers (ages 2 to 4); Surfers (ages 5 to 8); Scubas (ages 9 to 12); and H20 (ages 13 to 17).
Facilities for the youngest cruisers are filled with toys and fun play areas, including a ball pool and squishy activity corner. Activities include story time, movies, games, puppet shows, and contests. For pre-teens and teens, facilities have PlayStations and arcade machines, and activities range from scavenger hunts and sports competitions to pool and karaoke parties. For a fee, cruisers 12 years of age and older can enjoy some star-style pampering at the TeenSpa.
Many cruise lines offer land tours before or after you set sail, allowing you to spend more time exploring Read moreRead more
Smart travelers know what they’re getting into before booking their next cruise. Read moreRead more
From French Polynesia to Bermuda, there's no shortage of tropical islands that draw cruise Read moreRead more
My friends daughter asked me to help her find "the best" price on a 4 or 5 day cruise out of San Diego.
I have no idea where to find best prices. I found some info:
I see Carnival does 3 and 4 day Baja Read more
Today I met yet another person who raved about their cruise to Alaska. Read more
My boyfriend and I are taking the Royal Caribbean's Legend of the Seas cruise across the Baltic Sea during the last week of May. Read more