The 6 Best Cruises for Kids

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  • Sails from: Miami
  • Duration: 7 nights
  • Ship Name: MSC Meraviglia
  • Itinerary: Costa Maya, Mexico; Belize City, Belize; Roatan, Bay Islands, Honduras; Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, United States.

MSC, the Mediterranean cruise company that is causing a sensation in the American market, is known to be very child-friendly and has discounted rates for children. On the newest ship, Meraviglia, children will love the Polar Aquapark with waterslides, a "Himalayan bridge" and several pools, and a splash bucket. There's also a bowling alley, two Formula 1 virtual-reality racing cars, and a dazzling Cirque du Soleil show. The restaurants aboard Meraviglia have kid-friendly menus and the kids' club is great, including two teen clubs, one for 12 to 14 year olds and one for 15 to 17 year olds. The ship is equipped with attached family cabins (for extended families), and off the ship, there are other family-friendly excursions.

  • Sails from: Galveston
  • Duration: 7 nights
  • Ship name: Carnival Vista
  • Itinerary: Roatan, Honduras; Belize City, Belize; Cozumel, Mexico

Galveston Harbor is home to Carnival Vista, an innovative Carnival ship packed with fun activities. Kids can take a dip at Waterworks, Carnival's exciting water park at sea with Kaleid-O-Slide, a high-speed waterslide with a changing light pattern. Then there's Sky Ride, a suspended cycle route with great views but not for the faint of heart, and a giant IMAX theater. Family favorites like Dr. Seuss characters can be found around the decks, or kids can head to the Build-A-Bear Lab. The kids' club, Camp Ocean, has a full list of activities for every age group, and tweens and teens also have their own space.

  • Sails from: Los Angeles
  • Duration: 5 nights
  • Ship Name: Norwegian Bliss
  • Itinerary: Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Ensenada, Mexico.

Norwegian Cruise Line's "Freestyle Cruise" approach is perfect for families, there are no set meal times or strict dress codes, allowing for much more flexibility. NCL ships are built with families in mind, and their newest member, Bliss, has something for everyone. Hit the upstairs race track, play laser tag or miniature golf in the sea, or slide down the high-speed slides at Aqua Park. The teen club, Entourage, offers movies, video games, music, and dance parties, while the Splash Academy offers a variety of activities geared toward younger people. For larger families who need more space, there is a wide variety of staterooms and 2-bedroom family suites in Haven, NCL's exclusive enclave.

  • Sails from: Ft. Lauderdale
  • Duration: 7 Nights
  • Ship Name: Allure of the Seas
  • Itinerary: Cozumel, Mexico; Costa Maya, Mexico; Nassau, Bahamas

Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas is the world's third-largest cruise ship, and every inch of it is packed with things families can do. For sports and adventure types, a simulator for surfing, ice skating, rock climbing, basketball, volleyball, and zip lining is available on the ship's "gangway," a gangway that houses a carousel. In the evenings, there are Broadway shows and the exclusive Aqua Theater with acrobatic and acrobatic shows. The children's clubs are among the best at sea: with a hands-on science adventure workshop and an "Imagination Study" where children can create paintings and sculptures. During the Caribbean cruise, passengers can also spend a day in Nassau, where children can explore the history of the island, as it was once the home of famous pirates and buccaneers.

  • Sails from: Fort Lauderdale
  • Duration: 7 nights
  • Ship Name: Regal Princess
  • Itinerary: Princess Cay (Bahamas); Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands; Cozumel, Mexico

Princess partners with Discovery to offer educational experiences aboard the Regal Princess that highlight some popular shows (think Shark Week), as well as enrich excursions, meaning the kids will be coming home from a cruise filled with learning. practical. In the evenings, families can watch movies under the stars on the pool deck or the elaborate water show, with fountains soaring 10 meters high. The kids' camps are divided into three age groups, with a treehouse-themed club for the little ones, an outdoor shelter for 8-12 people, and a beach house for tweens and teens. Club events include talent shows, theme nights, and scavenger hunts. When it's time to unwind, Princess has two-bedroom family suites.

  • Sails from: Vilshofen, Germany
  • Duration: 7 nights
  • Ship Name: AmaLea
  • Itinerary: Passau, Germany; Linz, Austria; Wachau Valley, Austria; Weissenkirchen in der Wachau, Austria; Krems, Austria; Vienna, Austria; Budapest, Hungary.

European river cruises have traditionally been geared towards older people, that is, until the arrival of Disney. Disney has partnered with AMA Waterways, which specializes in luxury river cruises in Europe, to offer river cruises for children that are loaded with educational opportunities. All-inclusive cruises include shore excursions, meals, tips, and beer and wine for dinner. Disney Adventure guides who help showcase each destination are on board each cruise, plus there are Disney movie nights and cultural immersion opportunities for kids. The 7-night Christmas Market Cruise is a great way for families to celebrate the holidays along the magical Danube River with snow-covered towns and villages decorated with lights.

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