Cruising Activities!

Hi everybody! It’s finally Saturday! Another blog and the weekend! Isn’t this just wonderful? Todays blog will be about activities on board cruise ships! While going on a cruise ship, I find this one of the most exciting things. In this blog, I will talk about activities on Royal Caribean because as you probably know, I love them!

One of the activities I find the best is the ice-skating! For safety though, you must wear a helmet. That I think is very good, because the ice-skating rinks I usually go to not on ships do not require helmets. If you do not like ice-skating, than don’t worry I am now going to mention many more activities!

There is a show every night, and every cruise line that I have been on has done that. The entertainment on cruises is absolutely phenomenal. The actors hired could definietly be in Las Vegas (I hope that they will stay on cruise ships…lol!) After seeing one of these performances you will never want to leave the show room!

For kids, there is usally a water slide. Kids love doing that, because I always seem them laughing and smiling  while waiting to go on! From the ones that I have watched, the lines have been fast moving! The safety is very good there too. There is camp counsler waiting for the kids to come down, making sure that no one falls or slips on water.

The deck with the most activities I would say is the sports deck. There is mini-golf, ping-pong, basketball,volleyball, rock climbing, and even rollerblading. Don’t worry about equipment, because it is supplied on board for free! The sports are also free!

There are many more activities, but it would take forever to write about! In this blog I wrote about some of the most popular ones! Thank you for reading this, and have a fantastic, and as Shon Ford on Twitter says, (@CruiseMan3000 ) , a cruisetacular weekend!

~Jennifer

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Mike Faust

Mike Faust is an avid world traveler, often found traversing city streets in Asia and Europe rather than his home city of Boca Raton. Mike has touched down in 39 countries, set sail on 35 cruises, and flown over 400,000 lifetime miles.