Explorer of the Seas is offering a special tour of their cruise ship for families with special needs. An expert from Miami, Ron Pettit, who specializes in cruising and guests with special needs, will be leading the tour and lunch. There is no obligation for anyone to book a cruise, nor will there be anyone soliciting sales. This program is on each and every ship and is year-round;  the Alaska ship visits Seattle every Friday from May – September, however this was the one-and-only date the expert can visit.  Royal Caribbean doesn’t want people that may have considered a cruise, but passed on the idea, to miss out on this opportunity to visit a cruise ship.

To sign up for this tour opportunity, click here.

Voted Best Cruise Line Overall by Travel Weekly for 13 consecutive years, Royal Caribbean® offers industry-leading programs
for families living with autism and other developmental disabilities. Travel with peace of mind, thanks to new and existing
amenities for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.

• NEW! Enjoy complimentary television programming from
The Autism Channel only on Royal Caribbean. Exclusive content
includes entertainment and resources designed to enrich
the lives of people with autism spectrum disorders.
• Family movies shown in a low-lit, low-volume, sensory
friendly environment
• Toy lending bags with autism friendly toys
• Youth staff tour, consultation, and activities to accommodate
the child’s specific needs
• A “social story” available online before cruising, helps parents
explain the cruise experience

• Priority check-in, boarding and departure
• Special dietary accommodations, including gluten-free options
• Adventure Ocean® Youth Program flexible grouping for children
3 to 11 years old
• Adventure Ocean® toilet-trained policy exception
Ask your travel agent about Autism Friendly cruising.
Visit www. RoyalCaribbean.com/AutismFriendly