Posted June 21st, 2013, 12:17 PM
Excuse my odd question - my 16 yr old 6ft 2" son will be travelling with us on Epic this summer, our 1st NCL cruise - and probably his last cruise with us for a while. The thing is - he does everything that we do - might sound a little sad but he doesn't do teen clubs etc, but eats with us, drinks with us (ok - not alcohol, but you know what I mean) goes to shows that we do (including adult comedy) and just generally hangs out with us.
So what restrictions will we find we can't go to because we will have a 'big' 16 yr old with us ? If it just went on looks alone he would easily pass for older, but does his sea pass which presumably be different to ours, have to be shown to access all areas ?
Any input much appreciated.
I don't know of any real restrictions except maybe a late show or two. Of course he can't drink alcohol even with your permission and btw, his size has nothing to do with anything. He could be 6 ft 10 and 16, it wouldn't make a difference. His sign and sail card will indicate if he is a child or an adult. the same would be true if her were 21 and 5ft 3in.
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