CHILDREN AND TEENS
The teen area on Deck Fifteen is divided into three sections - - the Fuel Disco,
the Living Room and the outdoor area, the Back Deck.
Royal Caribbean is a family-friendly
cruise line and so much attention
and space has been devoted to
children and teens. The Youth
Zone neighborhood is actually in
two widely separated locations: one
at the forward end of the ship for
children and one located by the
sports complex for teens.
The Youth Zone is home to RCI's
Adventure Ocean Program, which
emphasises education in a fun and
entertaining way. The program is
age-divided so that older children
are not mixed with younger
children. (see Royal Caribbean's
description of the program).
Accordingly, Allure has separate
activities for different age groups.
See Allure handouts from one cruise:
Babies and Toddlers
In addition, Allure premired RCI's
new relationship with Dreamworks
Animation. Characters from the
Dreamworks films participate in
children's activities, parades along
the Royal Promenade, and in
special meals where kids can eat
with the characters. The ship also
shows 3-D Dreamworks films in the
Both areas have their own video arcade. Above left: The Kids Arcade. Above
right: The Challengers Arcade is next to the teen area.
There are also children's' facilities
outside of the Youth Zone.
Above: The toddlers' mini-golf course
located next to the regular course.
Right: A climbing play area on the
Below: The H2O Zone water park in
the Pool and Sports Zone.
Cruise ship photo tour - Allure of the Seas - Royal Caribbean - page 5
OF THE SEAS
Above: The 100-seat Adventure Ocean Theater where
kids can watch shows and video presentations.
Below: The Adventure Ocean Science Lab.
The large children's area at the front of the ship has
separate rooms for each age group. Left: The Voyagers
area for ages 9 to 11.
In addition to the age-specific rooms, the children's area has an extensive arts and crafts room (above left)
and a big play area (above right).