More families are taking cruises than ever before, according to recent reports from Cruise Lines International Association, Inc, which shows that demand has gone up 20.5 percent in the last five years. As more families are choosing cruises as their vacation of choice, it is more important than ever to emphasize safety for the youngest passengers onboard.

Major cruise lines including, Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line, Carnival Cruise Line, Disney Cruise Line and Princess Cruises heavily market to young families who are looking for the accommodations of a luxury resort, while experiencing endless excitement and adventures at sea. These major cruise lines offer state-of-the-art ship design with an array of kid-friendly activities, such as wave pools, rock-climbing walls, FlowRiders, laser tag, movie theaters, ice-skating, even a first-of-its-kind roller coaster at sea. It seems as if cruise lines are always looking for the next best thing when it comes to attractions and activities for passengers on their ships.

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