Princess Cruises

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While Princess is known for be­ing more suited to so­phis­ti­cated adults, the line has re­ally upped the ante in its of­fer­ings for younger cruis­ers. The reimag­ined Camp Dis­cov­ery, for­merly The Fun Zone, in­cludes The Tree­house for three to seven year olds and The Lodge for eight to 12 year olds. Shark Hun­ters in­ves­ti­gates the marine life of the Caribbean through an in­ter­ac­tive scav­enger hunt and Alaskan Ex­plor­ers is a hunt for clues to learn about the re­gion’s an­i­mals and peo­ple. An­i­mal Planet and the Cal­i­for­nia Science Cen­ter have also struck up a part­ner­ship with Princess to cre­ate in­for­ma­tive and fun pro­grams for kids. For the lit­tle chefs and artists, there are cake dec­o­rat­ing and craft ac­tiv­i­ties. The teens also have their own ar­eas in­clud­ing Club 1820 (for 18-20 year olds).

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