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Old 03-25-2013, 08:53 PM   #1
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On board Activity details in Navigators/

Looking at Navigators for our upcoming trip, do you get details as to what each activity is(manily kids) and cost, sign up details? I see activities listed as a time table but thought there was more specific info for kids activities(ages, description?) Maybe its just the navigator copy I saw(was missing some days.) We are on Wonder Cozumel/CC 5 night.
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:49 PM   #2
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there are not cost for any kids activity in kids club or sign up required. You just choose an activity your child wants to participate and take them to the club the activity is in at that time. Most of the activity just listed as a name and time, only a few have a description separate from the time table under Youth Activity column.
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Old 03-25-2013, 11:09 PM   #3
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All activities are detailed in the navigator by age group:

Young Adults
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Outdoors Club (I believe that's what's called - for 8-14)
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Old 03-26-2013, 05:56 AM   #4
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Thanks, I hoped to find out what each kids activities is but I guess that isnt avalable. (Things like I have no idea what friendship rocks prep is or marshmallow olympics, 4 square and so on?)
I know kids activities are free but not sure about adults, I understand the drink tasting is a charge but there is an acupuncture seminnar for example or yoga on the beach. Are thrse things I need to show up for or sign up for?

The copy I was for our trip does not have the first page that lists ages by group. I wasnt sure what outdoors club was, thanks for that info.
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They will usually highlight a few activities but correct- not all of them. Many of them are obvious- Do Si Do with Snow White, Storytime with Belle, Slide time etc.
If it does not interest your child- there are other activities going on-just not as organized/formal within the same club.
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As mentioned, the kids activities in the clubs are free. Generally, if it's listed under the Oceaneers Club it is an activity geared toward 3-7 yr olds, Oceaneer Lab is 8-12. But those ages are just suggestions and not enforced as all kids 3-12 can participate at both the Club and Lab. If you want to know more about an activity you see on a Navigator, feel free to ask the Club/Lab CMs. But as a PP said, kids do not have to participate in the activity being offered, there are other things to do at the same time if they so choose.

For adult activities, most are also free. For the few (like tastings, etc.) they will have the notation "Pre Book/Nom Fee" included with the activity name on the Navigator.
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Old 03-26-2013, 08:40 AM   #7
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Yes, thanks, I know they dont have to participate, just wanted to look over navigator, check out what they might really want to do and what they might want to pass for family activity instead. NBD, just wondered if the missing pages from the navigators I saw had that info as well.
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Thanks, I hoped to find out what each kids activities is but I guess that isnt avalable. (Things like I have no idea what friendship rocks prep is or marshmallow olympics, 4 square and so on?)
I know kids activities are free but not sure about adults, I understand the drink tasting is a charge but there is an acupuncture seminnar for example or yoga on the beach. Are thrse things I need to show up for or sign up for?

The copy I was for our trip does not have the first page that lists ages by group. I wasnt sure what outdoors club was, thanks for that info.
Friendship Rocks prep is when kids get together to learn a song and a few dance moves and get their T-shirts, they separate kids to club and lab themselves by age group 3-7 and 7+ and give them different color t-shirts. Then they walk over to the Theater as a group wearing their t-shirts for a performance on stage for everyone to see with Mickey & Minnie as well. After the show is over they go back to the club/lab as a group and you can pick them up from there, or give them some time as that's the time when they sign each other t-shirts.

Marshmallow Olympics when they play games with marshmallow. Throwing them through the hoop, trying to make into the bucket, etc. Don't think my son went to 4 squares so have no clue what it is.

Also the last night is Pluto PJ party, that's when they get Disney Cruise Line pillow case.

We just went on the Wonder at the end of February, but Grand Cayman/ Cozumel. Let me know if you have specific questions, I had one child in the lab, he didn't like club as it is more for younger kids and one at edge.
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Friendship Rocks prep is when kids get together to learn a song and a few dance moves and get their T-shirts, they separate kids to club and lab themselves by age group 3-7 and 7+ and give them different color t-shirts. Then they walk over to the Theater as a group wearing their t-shirts for a performance on stage for everyone to see with Mickey & Minnie as well. After the show is over they go back to the club/lab as a group and you can pick them up from there, or give them some time as that's the time when they sign each other t-shirts.

Marshmallow Olympics when they play games with marshmallow. Throwing them through the hoop, trying to make into the bucket, etc. Don't think my son went to 4 squares so have no clue what it is.

Also the last night is Pluto PJ party, that's when they get Disney Cruise Line pillow case.


We just went on the Wonder at the end of February, but Grand Cayman/ Cozumel. Let me know if you have specific questions, I had one child in the lab, he didn't like club as it is more for younger kids and one at edge.
Thank you! Helpful info. I have a 7 1/2 year old and almost 5 so I guess some activities they will seperate more.
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