Adriatic explorer 19 June

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#1
warrington cheshire
6 Posts
Joined May 2009
Hi
have put a couple of threads previously with no feedback.
Anybody else going on this cruise with a young child? or anybody previously cruised with a young child and can offer comfort that they wont fall over the railings!

Ant
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#2
YORKSHIRE
828 Posts
Joined Jul 2008
Ant, they will definately NOT fall over the railings. They can climb through them!

But seriously, how old is your child(ren)? We travelled with a toddler and used a wrist strap when on deck, which helped. Constant vigilance is the key!

Heavy doors stopped ours from escaping, so shouldn't be a problem inside.

Our 3 year old autistic son escaped and got in a lift before we could catch him and went from deck 3 to deck 10 but the passengers found him and brought him back to reception.

The passengers and staff on Thomson are really good and always keen to help. (If we'd have lost him on RCI or P&O no one would have done a thing to help!)
#3
warrington cheshire
6 Posts
Joined May 2009
hi
thanks for your feedback. she was 4 in Feb and has quite good reasoing, so hopefully will be ok!
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