Video Arcade, Soft Drink Package, & a few trips to Johnny Rockets (a favourite kids hangout) should cover it. They will have their own Seapass card but you can put a Max spend limit on it, just in case they fancy a new Rolex from the shops on board. Ice Skating, Rock Wall, Flowrider, Golf, are all freebie.
I should add age limits & min height restrictions apply to my last sentence.
Everything is charged to their onboard account so no need for hard cash on board (except a few $1 bills if you get room service). Johnny Rockets is $3.95pp, and the speciality restaurants are $20 and $25 respectively but under 13 not allowed. You can get limit put on seapass acct so they do not spend hundreds in the video arcade. Soda card is $4pp pd. you can monitor the expenditure on your inroom TV.
Just a slight correction to the answer from Aldrich, you can dine in the speciality restaurants with children under the age of 13 before 7pm.
Hi Maggie. As usual the two experts are on the ball and if you stick to their advice it will cost you far less than a day out at the seaside with far more to do. I would advise you to get them to go to the children's activities clubs and you will hardly see them. Remember that OJ, fruit punch and the like as well as tea and coffee ...and ice cream are free all day long and with all those seadays it will be the best holiday ever for them. regards.... Ida.
Agree with what has already been said.just enjoy your cruise...the kids will have a ball.......can vouch for the soda package......well worth doing...........by the end of your cruise you will most prob have 2 pruned kids with all the time spent in the fab water area.........