Castaway club opening time on 1st night of cruise
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Hello - we're sailing on the wonder at the end of the month (feb) and am getting conflicting info on the time that the castaway club opens (DS 4 and DD7).
We'd like to go to Palo for my birthday that night and wanted to be there when the sun set. I looked at the navigators online (pretty recent - november 2008) and it *looks* like it opens at 6. But talking to a DCL rep - it appears they don't open up 'officially' until 7. But they could open earlier.
Anyone try to bring their kids to the clubs early that first night - and what did you experience?
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