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Carnival Cruise Line applies curfew for minor guests: 'Commitment to safety'
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Carnival Cruise Line passengers aged 17 and under are no longer allowed to explore ships after 1 a.m. without adult supervision.
A representative for the international cruise line confirmed the guideline change with FOX Business via email.
"Youth Curfew: Guests 17 years of age and under who are not accompanied by an adult in their traveling party, 21 years of age or older, must be clear of all public areas by 1:00 a.m. each evening unless involved in a Club 02 or Circle C teen activity," Carnival’s new guidance says, which is listed within the company's Minor Guest Policy.
This updated guideline was relayed to Carnival Cruise Line guests in August, Carnival’s spokesperson said.