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Policy for Children While at Youth Programs During Emergencies

Published 06/11/2019 03:59 PM   |    Updated 06/26/2020 01:28 PM
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/legal 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, achild 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.
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