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Halloween on a cruise ship, what could be better than trick or treating at sea?  If you or your kids have some time off this Halloween, taking a cruise might be a great way to spend some quality family time and not miss trick or treating.  Many of the major cruise lines like Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Disney go all out for Halloween- and even encourage passengers to pack costumes and decorations for their cabins.

#1 Disney Cruise Line

If you have kids there is no better place to spend your Halloween at sea than aboard a Disney Cruise Ship. Starting in late September, Disney decorates their cruise ships with a “spooktacular” Halloween theme- and holds special parties and entertainment that is designed to be not too scary for little kids.  Some of the highlights aboard a Disney Halloween Cruise include a “Mickey’s Mouse-querade Party” and  Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas Sing and Scream.   Make sure to pack your costume and be prepared to go trick-or-treating with your favorite Disney Characters. In addition, there will be mask making and pumpkin carving activities and of course movie night will include ghost stories.   And if you have the strength there will be an adults-only costume party too.

#2 Carnival Cruise Line

Carnival Cruise Line calls it’s Halloween cruises “Frightfully Fun” vacations offering passengers scary movie options, pumpkin carving demonstrations, and Halloween themed drinks and desserts.  Highlights include a Halloween Day Parade and a Costume Meet and Greet which will give passengers the chance to walk around the ship in costume.  Once the sun sets things to get even spookier when Carnival converts its nightclubs and casinos into a Monster Mash at sea.   One important note- is to make sure your costume is appropriate for a family cruise and does not have weapons (even fake weapons) as those will not be permitted on your cruise ship.

#3 Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd.

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line,  the world’s second-largest cruise company takes holidays seriously and Halloween is no exception. Perhaps your best bet for not missing trick or treating this year is booking a cruise on  RCCL’s Allure of the Seas.  RCCL decorates their the Royal Promenade in a Halloween theme and converts their disco into a genuinely frightening Haunted House.  There will be costume parades for both kids and adults and plenty of trick-or-treating at the onboard stores and restaurants.

Children Injured on Cruise Ships

Even though you are on a cruise ship- we believe as maritime personal injury lawyers that it is still very important for parents to keep their eyes on their children and not let them roam around the ship on escorted.  Risks can increase during Halloween as some passengers may get drunk or rowdy.

We have represented children and their parents from around the world who have been seriously and permanently injured aboard cruise ships. On large mega-ships- it is often easy to forget you are at Sea- and decks and steps can often get wet and very slippery.

If your child is injured during your cruise– it is important to consult with an experienced cruise ship accident law firm as soon as possible.  Most cruise lines have complex legal requirements and procedures on how, when and where passenger injury claims are handled.

Our cruise injury lawyers have over 30 years of combined legal experience suing the major cruise lines and have recovered millions of dollars on behalf of people who have been injured.  We know how to hold cruise ships like Carnival, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Disney, Norwegian, MSC, Holland America, Cunard, and Princess accountable when they carelessness results in a passenger injury.

Call us today and speak with a cruise ship injury lawyer about your potential case.  We are available 24/7 toll-free 1-866-597-4529 or by email at [email protected].  Let our years of experience, knowledge, and passion for protecting the legal rights of the injured help you.