I normally don't like just sitting around a pool, and I'm not good at doing nothing. But somehow on a ship, I become an expert at lazy.

I can't tell you what I do on sea days, but they seem to go very quickly. Between exploring the ship, walking off meals, people watching, a quick swim, changing clothes, meals, an iced tea on deck, trivia (we didn't know it could be so much fun), maybe a lecture I don't know - the day just flies by.

And if your ship as a teen program your kids will be fine with it.

I thought I would hate sea days but I'm so looking forward to this coming cruise with 2 sea days.

But I can see how lazy can be a difficult skill to master (I'm not being sarcastic) so perhaps look for cruises with fewer sea days.
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Nina, Ed & of course, the Bears
yes they really travel with us, and yes, my husband does have the patience of a saint

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2005 Princess - 2 night trial cruise
2008 Feb: Crystal - Mexican Riviera
2008 Nov: HAL - E. Caribbean
2009 June: HAL - Alaska
2010 March: Regent - Western Caribbean
2010 Nov: HAL - Western Caribbean
2011 Nov: HAL - Caribbean
2012 Nov: HAL - Caribbean
2013 May: RCCL - supposedly Caribbean but DH ended up in hospital in St. Maarten. It's a long story.
2014 March: Princess - Mexican Riviera
2014 Nov: RCCL - Caribbean

2017 Feb: RCCL - Caribbean