What is there for little ones to do on a Disney Cruise?

Question: What is there for little ones to do on a Disney Cruise?

Answer:  Disney has some of the best children’s cruise entertainment to ever sail the seas! Their interactive activities will keep your kids having a blast every minute of your cruise.

Each of Disney’s four ships have Oceaneer Clubs  designed for children 3-12. Children will enjoy different magical adventures depending on  your ship of choice. Kids will love the feeling of being shrunken down to toy size in a Toy Story themed room complete with a Slinky Dog climb through structure and larger than life characters. They can use their computer skills in the world of  Monstropolis while playing in the elaborately themed Monster Academy room. Your little fairy can spread her wings in Pixie Hollow. This magical space is the perfect location for dress up play, crafts and enchanted storytelling. If your little one is a mini explorer at heart they will love the Nemo based submarine in the Explorers Pod, complete with 16 interactive computer stations. Perhaps your little one is destined to be a super hero. They can train  at S.H.I.E.L.D. headquarters along side some of their favorite Avenger’s memorabilia. Inside the Mickey Mouse Club little oceaneers can make crafts on mickey ear shaped tables and play with Goofy Gears, an interactive wall game. Does your little one dream of sailing the seas with Captain hook and Peter pan?  Your little Buckner can slide from the crows nest and explorer rope bridges from the famous Jolly Roger. No matter what ship you choose your little one will have tons of fun throughout the day while participating in supervised activities. 

 If you have questions planning your next Disney Cruise vacation, Cassie would love the opportunity to help you plan your trip. She is an independent travel consultant with World of Magic Travel Services – the preferred travel agency of Chip and Co and Disney Addicts.   for a FREE quote you can contact Cassie on her Facebook page  or send her an email to cassie@worldofmagictravel.com



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