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Tuliplvr
07-17-2011, 05:55 AM
Hi- leaving in a few hours, yippee! Can anyone tell me where is the best place to register kids for the kids club? i know you can do this at the port, but it it better to do it when you get on the boat? if so when? any info would be so appreciated!

aidtrismommy
07-17-2011, 06:54 AM
On the boat at your leisure. The line at the port is crazy. (you registered online first right?)

Tuliplvr
07-17-2011, 06:55 AM
yes, i already registered on line so now i dont' know what the next step is

dmarie5
07-17-2011, 07:09 AM
On the boat at your leisure. The line at the port is crazy. (you registered online first right?)

How do you register online? Also, how far out do you register online?
Thanks ! First time on DCL...

aidtrismommy
07-17-2011, 07:12 AM
Then you are all set. Go to the Oceaneers club or lab whenever to ge the bracelets for your kid/s. We went before dinner on the first night. It took no time at all. The line in the terminal will stretch to the escalators. Enjoy!

aidtrismommy
07-17-2011, 07:18 AM
I hope someone else can explain better, but I will give it a shot (it was several months ago that I registered my kids online) You log into your cruise account online and click on something like "activities" or something similar (I just can't remember) There will be an option to register for the kids clubs, you just type in their age and if they are potty-trained (if a young child) and then you type in a password for use on the ship to get your child out of the club. Try not to forget it although I am sure they will remind you the first day if needed. You will also type in who is allowed to retrieve your child from the club. That's it! I am not sure how for in advance you can do it. I did it a couple months out. If it gives you the option to do it now, just go ahead, if it does not let you do it, check back periodically. Sorry I couldn't be more detailed. Hope that helps at least a little.

Tuliplvr
07-17-2011, 07:57 AM
Then you are all set. Go to the Oceaneers club or lab whenever to ge the bracelets for your kid/s. We went before dinner on the first night. It took no time at all. The line in the terminal will stretch to the escalators. Enjoy!

Thank you!!!

dmarie5
07-17-2011, 10:14 AM
I hope someone else can explain better, but I will give it a shot (it was several months ago that I registered my kids online) You log into your cruise account online and click on something like "activities" or something similar (I just can't remember) There will be an option to register for the kids clubs, you just type in their age and if they are potty-trained (if a young child) and then you type in a password for use on the ship to get your child out of the club. Try not to forget it although I am sure they will remind you the first day if needed. You will also type in who is allowed to retrieve your child from the club. That's it! I am not sure how for in advance you can do it. I did it a couple months out. If it gives you the option to do it now, just go ahead, if it does not let you do it, check back periodically. Sorry I couldn't be more detailed. Hope that helps at least a little.

Sounds easy enough! Thank you!

budbeerlady
07-19-2011, 11:37 AM
Can you also register for the tween club online? Thanks!

bbn1122
07-19-2011, 03:25 PM
Can you also register for the tween club online? Thanks!

You do not register for the tween or teen clubs, because the come and go as they please.

Last year we had one in the kids club and registered him onboard the next day. The lines at the port are crazy.

lark
07-19-2011, 03:50 PM
We stood in line at the port. We were in boarding group 8, and we figured that if they called our group we would simply get out of line and get on the ship. We figured we had nowhere else to go anyway, so if we could get it over with we might as well. They were only on boarding group 4 when we got to the front of the line, so it worked out great. There was no good place to sit in the terminal anyway, so the line seemed as good a place to wait as any. It was indeed a very long line, but at about 11:30 it started to move very quickly with 5 or 6 people checking folks in. We would not have delayed boarding to wait in the line, but as noted we had to wait to board anyway, so just one less thing to have to do on board.