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How Does the Dine and Play Program Work on the Disney Cruise Line?

How does the Dine and Play program work on the Disney Cruise Line?

The Dine and Play program is a great alternative for families assigned to second dining and is available for children ages 3-12.  This program allows the kiddos to get their meals quicker and adults can check them in for Youth Activities without leaving the dining room.

What you will want to do is when you arrive to the dining room, inform your server that your child or children would like to participate in the program.  The Dining team will bring you kids their meals first, allowing parents to eat at a much more leisurely pace.  About 45 minutes after dining seating begins, counselors from the Activity Centers will arrive to the dining room and sign your child into the Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab, eliminating the need for parents to escort their kids to Deck 5.

Then, once the kids are happily playing the night away, adults are able to enjoy the full dining experience, knowing their kids are safe and sound and having a blast!

This is just one great way that the Disney Cruise Line provides entertainment options and relaxation for the whole family.  To learn more about the Disney Cruise Line, including finding the right itinerary for your family, email me at tricia@worldofmagictravel.com.  Also, be sure to follow me on Facebook to keep up with the latest Disney news, updates and promotions!!  Happy Sailing!

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