The Disney Cruise Ships are the destination, but there is so much to do onboard for guests of ages!
Mention the word "Disney" to most people and the first word that comes to mind is "children". Happily, Disney Cruise Line recognizes that adults need their own cruise experience. They have designed the ship and activities so that adults have their own exclusive sections to enjoy.
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Fulfilling the needs of children and families is one of the things that Disney does best, and the Disney Cruise Line ships are no exception. Children may choose to participate in the organized programs of the Oceaneer Club and Lab, or enjoy a variety of activities that are available throughout the day. Slipping and sliding down the chute into Mickey's Pool, splashing and having fun in the sun in Goofy's Family Pool, stretching in a morning workout at Goofy's Family Fitness, family line dancing and ping pong are some of the many physical activities that you'll find aboard these magnificent ships.
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Studio Sea can be found on the Wonder and the Magic and is situated on deck 4 mid-ship. You can bring the whole family in for "Family Karaoke" or compete in a dance contest, join the crew for a "Meet the Crew" party, or see a comedy show. Studio Sea hosts a number of fun and exciting activities which are sure to satisfy everyone's taste.
D Lounge is located on the Disney Dream and Fantasy on Deck 4 midship. This is a great place for families to hang out and play games together. Disney Cruise staff have 20 different activities planned throughout the day and night, so there should be something for everyone in your family to enjoy. Some examples are:
Each evening at the Walt Disney Theatre, a special show is offered for your entertainment.
On the Disney Magic there's "The Golden Mickeys", "Disney Dreams" and "Twice Charmed, An Original Twist on the Cinderella Story." On some voyages you may be treated to a "Prem-Ear" of a new blockbuster Disney movie, or a variety show.
The Disney Dream presents 3 stage shows. The newest show, "Disney's Believe", is a 50-minute show featuring over 20 popular characters like Cinderella, Peter Pan, Mary Poppins and Belle. It tells the story of a busy father who learns a lesson about the important things in life, like spending time with his daughter. "The Golden Mickeys: A Timeless Tribute" is a popular show from the Wonder and the Magic, but has a few new twists onboard the Dream. The Little Mermaid's Ariel performs an aerial ballet and the Tangled characters, Rapunzel and Flynn Rider perform a romantic duet. "Villains Tonight" is a musical comedy starring such Disney villains as Ursula, the Evil Queen, Captain Hook and Scar.
The Disney Fantasy presents 3 stage shows - "Disney's Believe," "Disney Wishes," and "Disney's Aladdin - A Musical Spectacular." "Disney Wishes" is a 45-minute musical tells the story of three friends celebrating high school graduation with a trip to Disneyland. The friends are learning about growing up and what to expect in the future, which leads to several musical numbers with Disney characters. The show involves scenes and characters from "Tangled," "Lilo and Stitch," "Jungle Book," and many others. "Wishes" ends with the song "Breakthrough" from the Disney Channel movie "Lemonade Mouth."
"Disney's Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular" is a musical comedy with many of the classic scenes and songs from the film. A stage version can also be seen at Disney California Adventure. At times, performers will be in the aisles of the theater, making guests feel like they're a part of the show. A new song, "To Be Free," is included and was written for the show by Alan Menken, who composed the original score.
There's also the Buena Vista Theatre on board which plays first-run Disney movies morning, afternoon and night, some in Digital 3-D. The theater is decorated in the Art Deco style of the 1920s and 1930s.
Onboard Shopping Information stateroom, you can watch movies on the All Movie channel or the Disney Animated movie channel. You also have the option of watching first run Disney films in the Buena Vista Theater (these can be live action or animated).
Just because you're on a cruise ship, doesn't mean you can't keep up with your workouts! All the Disney ships are equipped with top of the line recreational areas. There are pools for every age group - from the Mickey Pool for the littlest ones, to the Quiet Cove Pool for adults only. Every kind of sport you can imagine is available - basketball, shuffleboard, ping pong, soccer, volleyball, and even golf! If you just want a traditional workout, visit the Fitness Center and check out the weight machines and ellipticals. Aerobic and yoga classes are offered and personal trainers are available if you need a little guidance.
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Dates for 2014 Holiday cruises:
Very Merrytime Cruises:
• Disney Magic: Nov. 23 – Dec. 28, 2014
• Disney Wonder: Nov. 23 – Dec. 30, 2014
• Disney Dream: Nov. 24 – Dec. 29, 2014
• Disney Fantasy: Nov. 22 – Dec. 27, 2014
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Halloween on the High Seas
NOTE: NO WEAPONS ALLOWED. If you plan on being a pirate, leave your plastic cutlass at home as no weapon, real or fake, is permitted.
A Thanksgiving feast will be served. Mickey and Minnie will be meeting and greeting guests while dressed in traditional Thanksgiving garb. Kids will enjoy holiday crafts and the jumbo LED screen Funnel Vision will feature the NFL football games being broadcast that day.
Castaway Cay at Christmas
Christmas by the Numbers
New Year's Eve Party with DJ, sparkling wine in commemorative flutes, confetti and balloon drop at midnight.