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Our cruise is exactly two weeks before our son turns 15 and he does not want to go to Circle C (12-14 yrs) and said he wants to be with kids more his age in Club O2 (15-17yrs.) This kid hangs out mostly with kids that are a year or two older than him. Will Carnival be flexible?

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@Joaniefl That's a great question and I think it's really dependent on the ship. Since it's the older ages, I would expect them to make an exception considering how close it will be until his birthday. Some of the activities will likely include both groups together which could be nice too. You may just have to play it by ear and wait until you get onboard. I cruise with my younger children 6 and under and cruise lines are pretty strict with those age requirements. For the older kids, they can be more lenient, especially since they can sign themselves in and out. Happy birthday to your son! When will your family be cruising out?

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