How do the cruise lines compare? We found a lot of drinking, smoking etc on NCL and preferred not having a casino, drink package on Disney. Royal has casinos and drink packages so assuming it will feel more like the NCL cruise? Also, seeing Royal has tons of "attractions" for teens and older kids. Are the lines long for those activities such as flo-rider, water slides, laser tag etc? It does appear from the Compass examples online as there is not as much for families to do as there is on Disney such as animation classes, family game shows, magician workshops etc-Is there enough to do on sea-days on Royal? Debating trying Royal (assuming we would be happier on a newer, larger ship) or just saving up and doing Disney again someday. Also, LOVED the open-air ocean views all around promenade decks on Disney and NCL and the ocean views from restaurants and areas of the ship but hearing that the larger Royal ships are more enclosed and not focused as much on the sea-is that true? Thank you!!!