Power Wheels at Coco Cay?

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#1
Calgary, AB
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Joined Jan 2006
Hi,

I saw somewhere that there are supposed to be power wheels available on Coco Cay. We will be there on the Freedom of The Seas in late March.
Does anyone have any details on them?
Do you have to sign up for them?
Is there an age minimum / maximum?
Do they drive on a big track?
I have three boys who I expect will be thrilled to drive on the island, so any details would be most helpful.
Thanks.
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There's no charge for the cars, but you're limited to driving on a smallish circular track. It's pretty exciting for a 3-year old, a little less exciting as you get older. :-)


Originally posted by JBCall
Hi,

I saw somewhere that there are supposed to be power wheels available on Coco Cay. We will be there on the Freedom of The Seas in late March.
Does anyone have any details on them?
Do you have to sign up for them?
Is there an age minimum / maximum?
Do they drive on a big track?
I have three boys who I expect will be thrilled to drive on the island, so any details would be most helpful.
Thanks.
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