Ovation Of The Seas deck 11 plan (Kids)

Deck layout and review

Review of Ovation Of The Seas deck 11 (Kids)

  • Adventure Ocean (neighborhood) is the ship’s kids complex on 2 levels. It has all 6 (indoor) play areas for supervised, age-appropriate activities for 4 age groups – from 6-month babies to 11 year-olds. Each age group has its own room and dedicated staff. All youth programs are complimentary. Adventure Ocean’s operational hours are – on seadays (9 – 12 am, 2 – 5 pm, 7 – 10 pm) and on port days (9 am – 5 pm, 7 – 10 pm, lunch included). Dinners (chaperoned) are between 5 – 7 pm at the Windjammer buffet. The “Late Night Party Zone” babysitting (between 10 pm – 2 am /for kids 3-11 yo) cost US$7 per kid per hour. Among the signature events here are Dreamworks characters appearances (4-5 times on 7-night cruise itineraries). Both levels of the complex are in the ship’s interior (without windows). This means better security/safety but also no natural light and outdoor playgrounds. Parents must sign their kids in and out each time they visit the Adventure Ocean. To each kid is issued a wristband (indicating muster station) that must be worn at all times.
  • Adventure Ocean (Royal Babies & Tots Nursery) is a babysitting facility Royal Babies (6-18 months) and Royal Tots (toddlers 18-36 months). Kids must be fully toilet trained. An hourly fee per kid applies (US$6 daytime, US$8 evening). The nursery (open between 9 am – 12 pm) has a Sleeping Area (5 cribs, 10 cots, 6 strollers) and an adjacent Open Play room for interactive play sessions (45-min each). The RCI’s “BABIES 2 GO” service allows pre-ordering Huggies products (diapers, wipes, cream) and Gerber (organic baby food) delivered to the cruise cabin/suite upon arrival and also throughout the Royal Caribbean cruise. Note: In-room babysitting for overage children is available (per hour fee applies) for up to 3 kids (within the same family. Advance reservations are required.
  • Adventure Ocean (Aquanauts Room) is for potty-trained kids (3-5 yo). The room has a library, TVs (for educational shows), chairs and tables (for arts-crafts, board games). Daily activities (offered around the ship) include scavenger hunts, fun science experiments, dressing up.
  • Cruise cabins from 11102 to 11718, of which 1U, 2U, 4U and 2W-Inside, Oceanview (categories 1M and 2M), Balcony staterooms (categories 1C, 2C, 4C, 1D, 2D, 5D and 6D) and the rest are Suite cabins (types J1, J4-Junior, GS-Grand and OS-Owners).
  • deck plan 11 cabins information: Balconies on rooms located where the deck narrows are with partially obstructed views due to lifeboats (only when looking straight down). Each of the forward-facing (fore-location) oceanview cabins has a large porthole window overlooking the ship’s bow.

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