The Family Cruise Companion's Guide to Cruising with Kids
By: Elaine M. Warren
Publication Date: 2017-05-27
Number of pages: 146
When you’re planning a cruise with young children, many people will try to warn you off the idea. They’ll tell you that you shouldn’t take children on a cruise and that an ocean liner is no place for little kids. But don’t be discouraged!
Concise and comprehensive, The Family Cruise Companion’s Guide to Cruising with Kids offers you all the information you need to prove the naysayers wrong.
Under the expert guidance of experienced traveler Elaine M. Warren, you’ll discover the special arrangements you need to make when planning a cruise with toddlers or infants in tow, how to choose cruise lines with child-friendly amenities, and how to make life in a small stateroom as comfortable and safe for your children as possible.
Warren takes you through all aspects of cruising with children, from considering onboard entertainment options and shipboard child care to travel insurance and preventing exposure to illness on the high seas. You’ll learn packing strategies for parents of small children and how to select off-ship activities that are best suited for families.
A cruise can be a fun experience for the entire family. Don’t deny yourself and your family the joys of cruising just because the kids are young. Follow Warren’s advice, and you’ll be able to travel and cruise with confidence, knowing you have every contingency covered.