DREAMWORKS AN­I­MA­TION

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Aboard 10 Royal Caribbean In­ter­na­tional ships, the DreamWorks An­i­ma­tion char­ac­ters, in­clud­ing Po of Kung Fu Panda; Shrek, Fiona, and Puss in Boots of Shrek; and Alex, Glo­ria, King Julien, and the Pen­guins from Mada­gas­car cel­e­brate with fam­i­lies in a va­ri­ety of ways. Join the fun as Shrek and friends in­vite guests of all ages to par­take in the fes­tive pa­rade through­out the ship. And be sure to check the Cruise Com­pass itin­er­ary for meet-and-greet op­por­tu­ni­ties with the DreamWorks crew through­out your sailing such as the DreamWorks Char­ac­ter Break­fast, where you’ll find a hearty break­fast and plenty of laughs. (Be sure to se­cure a reser­va­tion, as seat­ing is lim­ited for this unique ex­pe­ri­ence. $10 per per­son ages 6 and older ap­plies.) Need to catch up on the movies? DreamWorks An­i­ma­tion sto­ries come to life in the ship’s 3D the­ater, which shows fa­vorites such as How to Train Your Dragon, Mon­sters vs. Aliens, a va­ri­ety of Shrek films, and more. For those who would rather watch movies in a qui­eter set­ting, DreamWorks An­i­ma­tion pro­gram­ming is also avail­able in ev­ery state­room. For added fun, the DreamWorks An­i­ma­tion char­ac­ters are also known to make sur­prise vis­its at Ad­ven­ture Ocean youth pro­grams for story times and dance par­ties. Avail­able ex­clu­sively on Al­lure of the Seas, fam­i­lies can en­joy the Mada­gas­car aqua show, “Let You En­ter­tain Me,” where char­ac­ters in­ter­act with high divers, swim­mers, and ac­ro­bats for a thrilling per­for­mance. An­other exclusive per­for­mance for Al­lure of the Seas in­cludes the “How to Train Your Dragon” ice show, which com­bines ice and fire-breath­ing drag­ons. And on Har­mony of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s new­est ship, lit­tle ones can in­ter­act and play with Poppy and Branch from DreamWorks An­i­ma­tion’s hit movie, Trolls.

Shrek and Po are just two char­ac­ters you’ll meet aboard Royal Caribbean In­ter­na­tional.

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