The child water safety program consists of licensed lifeguards manning all pools, revamped pool rules signage, and enhanced onboard communications. This campaign incorporates gear and safety guidelines provided to guests throughout their cruise. Thes...
Yes. We have lifeguards on duty at all pools and waterslides during opening hours.
Our lifeguards are trained and certified to reduce risk and be ready to take action in the event of an emergency.
Due to public health regulations, children in diapers, swim diapers, pull-ups, or who are not completely toilet trained are not allowed in the pools, and whirlpools, or H2O Zone. Some ships have Baby Splash area that are only for use of children tha...
We will always have at least one lifeguard manning each pool during pool opening hours.
Lifeguards are not babysitters. They are there to reduce risk and take action in the event of an emergency. Although lifeguards are on duty, adult supervision is required for children ages 12 and under at all times.
Pool rules signage is located near every pool with specific rules and guidelines for guests to follow.
Yes. We have life vests available in four different sizes located on the pool deck. Please ensure that the swim vest fits properly based on your child’s weight and height.
No. Swim vests are complimentary for use onboard.
Yes, all Royal Caribbean ships have a procedure in place to ensure that the swimming pools are drained, cleaned and sanitized.
Swim vests are available in four different sizes: Infants – Less than 30 pounds Children – 30 to 60 pounds Youth – 50 to 90 pounds Adult Small – More than 90 pounds.
Child Water Safety educational flyers can be found at the Guest Services desk and Adventure Ocean.
Swim vests are located on the pool deck. Lifeguards and Pool Attendants can assist all guests to the nearest location.
Swim vests are available fleetwide for onboard use.
No. Swim vests are not mandatory. Parental supervision is required for all children 12 and under.
Instructions are displayed at the swim vest rack near the towel station. Translated instructions can be found at the towel station.
Lifeguards are wearing a lifeguard uniform in red and white that specifically has the word "lifeguard" on the shirt.