Each cruise line offers a variety of different options for the children. These are extremely popular so booking is essential. Normally free of charge but it depends on the cruise line.
Listed below are some of our most popular family cruise lines and further information on how to join their kids' clubs.
You can register each child 14 days ahead of your holiday via P&O Cruises' online customer portal. Click here to access your booking with P&O.
You can register your children for the kids club on the first day of your cruise. Once onboard the Royal Caribbean Kids Clubs are open, so you can take your child/children along to have a look around and get a feel for the club, and speak to the youth staff, who will be more than happy to assist you in signing up.
Princess asks all parents or guardians to fill in a form prior to their cruise to register their child for one of their kids' clubs - please click here for a link to the registration form for 3-12 years and here for the registration for 13-17-year-olds.
Norwegian Cruise Lines
Once onboard, visit the Youth Programme area where a member of their team will be more than happy to assist you with filling in a registration form.
Disney Cruise Line
You can pre-register your children for their Oceaneers Club, or this can be done once you are onboard. Click here for further information.
For MSC's Mini and Juniors Club, you can pre-register before you sail. Click here to follow a link to the registration form.
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