The family activities included Bingo, movie night, a talent show, cupcake decorating, pizza making, arts and crafts, and all kinds of creative ways to entertain the kids. The staff members were genuinely nice people and we observed them caring for the kids in such a way that showed they really cared about and liked children. The kids could even have "dinner parties" at the fun factory so mom and dad could have dinners for two if they wished.
This was the first time our kids begged to go to a kids club and didn't want to leave.
The rest of the cruise was great also. The service, food, entertainment, were all fantastic. Yes, the Summit is showing her age and in need of refurbishment but it didn't matter a bit. We've been on newer ships that could not compete with Summit's crew and the overall experience.
We don't need a 45 minute commute on vacation!