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Camp Ocean (6-8 Years) Stingrays: Things to Know

Published 03/11/2015 09:59 PM   |    Updated 10/22/2019 04:25 PM

There’s something for everyone in our Stingray group, ages 6 to 8, from movie watching, science experiments to video games, these campers are sure to have a blast!

Sign In/Out Policy 
  • All children must be registered by a parent/guardian prior to participating in any Youth Programs.
  • Carnival’s policy is to group children together according to their age. The age is determined according to the child’s birth date.
  • Parent/guardian can authorize other guests (over the age of 18) during online registration or once on board in order to sign in/out their children from activities. 
Medication
The youth staff may not administer any medication to any child participating in the youth programs. Additionally, no medications with the exception of epi-pens and self-using inhalers are permitted in the youth programs. Epi-pens and self-using inhalers cannot be expired. If a child requires regular medication while attending, parents/guardians must return to administer the medication. If a child becomes unruly or ill as a result of parent/guardian not administering medication, the child will not be permitted back into the program. 
 
Safety Information
  • The Youth Staff will distribute wristbands to all children 12 years of age and younger. These wristbands will indicate your muster station in bold letters and must be worn at all times.  As parents/guardians, it is your responsibility to ensure that your child wears the wristband throughout the duration of the cruise.
  • If at any time during the voyage, a child loses or breaks his/her wristband, replacement bands are available at Youth Facilities or Guest Services. 
  • If your child is participating in a supervised “sign-in” youth activity, in the unlikely event of an emergency, you will be reunited with your child at your assigned muster station.  Upon hearing a “Crew Alert” announcement, all activities will stop, and children will be gathered and guided to their assigned muster station. At that time, parents/guardians must proceed to their staterooms (if safe to do so) to collect their life jacket, and that of their child’s, before proceeding to their assigned muster station.  
Hours (time/activity may vary based on cruise itinerary)
 
Sea Days 
  • Scheduled complimentary programming activities run from 10:00am-5:00pm and 7:00pm-10:00pm followed by Night Owls
Port Days 
  • Supervised complimentary programming Kids' Choice begins from port arrival until 12:00pm; At 12:00pm Kids' Only Lunch is offered, scheduled activities resume at 1:00pm until 10:00pm followed by Night Owls. There may be family programming offered in between 4:00pm-6:00pm (time/activity may vary)
Evenings
  • Night Owls is offered each evening from 10:00pm-1:00am in Camp Ocean for a fee ($6.75 USD per hour plus an 18% gratuity, per child)
  • Offerings include: movies, games, toys and snacks
  • Owls Jams - on select evenings of the cruise we have additional parties for a fee ($15.00 USD per party plus an 18% gratuity, per child)
Meals 
Parents are encouraged to pick up for meal times. Time/menus are advertised in the Youth Activities schedules.
 
Camp Ocean Kids' Only Lunch
  • Offered only on port days, 12:00pm-12:50pm in the Lido Restaurant (time/location may vary)
  • Sample menu for lunch may include: chicken nuggets, cheese/pepperoni pizza, french fries, carrot and celery sticks with Ranch dressing and chocolate chip cookies for dessert
Camp Ocean Kid’s Only Dinner
  • Offered every evening (except embarkation day): 6:00pm-6:50pm in the Lido Restaurant (time/location may vary)
  • Sample menu for dinner may include: 
    • plain pasta with tomato sauce/meatballs, mixed veggies, dinner rolls, grapes and cup cakes with icing for dessert
    • hot dogs, hamburgers, corn on the cob, cheese/pepperoni pizza, french fries, apple slices and Jell-O for dessert
Dining Room 
  • Children eating in the dining room are doing so with their parent/guardian. Camp Ocean does not take children to eat in the dining room.
  • Sample menus for dinner may include:      
    • Entrées: hot hogs, hamburger, cheeseburger, chicken nuggets, cheese/pepperoni pizza, peanut butter & jelly and Daily Junior Specials
    • Sides: french fries, fresh veggies and Pasta of the Day
    • Sweet Treat Desserts: chocolate brownies, banana split, assorted cookies, fresh fruit cocktail, ice cream and Jell-O
Activities in Camp Ocean (activities may vary based on cruise itinerary)
  • Active (Gaga Ball, Ball Games, Dance Class)
  • Arts & Crafts (DIY Creations, Painting, Jewelry Making, Spin Art)
  • Books, Toys and Board Games
  • Games (Bingo, Carnival Challenge, Speed Stacking Challenge, Trivia)
  • Kids' Choice
  • Movies
  • Science & Discovery (Volcano Making – Building, Painting & Exploding, Penny Boats, Goop)
  • Themed Activities/Face Painting (Explore Outer Space, Island Time, Kid Challenge, Mexican Fiesta, Pirates Adventures)
  • Video Gaming
Family Programming (activities may vary based on cruise itinerary)
  • Build-a-Bear Workshop at Sea
  • Family Arts & Crafts
  • Family Bingo
  • Family Game On
  • Family Scavenger Hunt
  • Family Trivia
  • Family Welcome Aboard
  • Family Dance Party
  • Green Eggs and Ham Breakfast with The Cat in the Hat and Friends™
  • Photo Time! with Dr. Seuss
  • Seuss-a-palooza Parade & Story Time
 
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