The Fine Print
Alcohol Policy: Two bottles (750 ml each or smaller) of wine or champagne per cabin are allowed. A $25 corkage fee per bottle is applied when consumed in public.
Dress Code: On a seven-day cruise, expect "cruise casual" nights (slacks, khakis, jeans, and button-downs for men, and casual dresses, skirts and blouses for women) and two formal nights (suit or tux for men and and evening/cocktail dresses for women).
Gratuities: $11.50 per person, per day is charged to shipboard account, and covers waiters, room stewards and other service staff.
Children's Program: Teens have private clubs for hanging out. Smaller children have a myriad of programs, including private pools and water sports and parties at night. From dawn to dusk, there are non-stop programs for younger guests plus a kids' menu at dinner.
Smoking Policy: Ships are non-smoking (including cabins and balconies), but there are a few designated areas on deck where it's allowed.
Onboard Activities: Sail with Madagascar characters, watch 3D DreamWorks movies, try rock climbing or miniature golf. Try your surfing skills on Flow Rider, go ice skating, zip line across the top of the ship, take a scuba course, or get a PADI certification. “Elite Golf” program offers rounds of golf at the top courses in Bermuda and Hawaii. Other features include the first bowling alley at sea, extensive fitness and spa treatments, a full basketball court, and a “Behind the Scenes Tour” of bridge, galley and laundry facilities.