On sea days Carnival opens it's youngest room to the 2 and under crowd.
Night Owls is a night time program with a fee $6.75 per hour plus 15% gratuity that is available 10pm-3am. This was far too late to use with an infant!
They also had babysitting type services during some of the port days for a few hours at a time.
Costa Maya 8-12
Mahogany Bay 7-12
Grand Cayman 1-5
The sea day program operated from 8am-10am, before the 2-5 year olds invade their room. I headed up to the top deck to try the program out. The only way up with a stroller was in a tiny elevator that had a warning that it moves much slower than a regular elevator. I got in, nearly 5 minutes later we reached the next floor. When I say tiny, I mean the stroller and I barely fit!!
I arrived and they laid out a large blanket and dumped about a dozen infant toys on it. Parents can Stay & Play for free or drop the child off for the same fee as Night Owls. My son and I were the only participants!!
I appreciated having this opportunity because it allowed my son a large open space to crawl around and explore. The cabin is only so big and he can't really stretch his legs there. The Camp Carnival room was very large. My son was fascinated with the toys for the 2-5 year olds. He kept crawling over to the big kid toys, standing up, then looking at me, and laughing!
As I look over all the papers I saved I am seeing that they also have strollers available to rent if you forgot yours!
After play time, we met up with my husband and explored the ship. Now normally I would do this on the very first day. I usually run around snapping a million pictures right after lunch, but I had toured this ship last spring. They only made a few changes since then so I didn't need to scramble. We hung out on the promenade deck for a bit before heading back to the cabin to change in to our swimsuits.