11. Age exclusive endeavors
Because every cruising party is different and every member of your cruising party is also different, you’ll find things to satisfy everyone onboard a Disney Cruise. While there are plenty of family-fun follies to take in together as a group, there are also myriad age specific activities, venues, and experiences. For those guests 18 years of age and older there are a host of adult-only pursuits to consider. These include, but are not limited to nightclubs, restaurants, pools, beverage tastings, and other specialized events and activities. Likewise, teens will find a variety of opportunities to take to including a private hangout all their own known as Vibe. Each ship has this teen-only social hub, full of games, televisions, music, specialty soft drinks and smoothies, and plenty of space to just chill out. While Vibe is geared primarily toward ages 14 to 17, tweens ranging from 11 to 14 will enjoy Edge—an activity center where you can play games, watch movies, and enjoy interactive activities led by Disney Counselors onsite. For kids ages 3 to 12 Disney Cruise Line is known for having one of the very best programs designed just for children. And parents may rest assured with the Disney commitment to safety and cleanliness when they leave their children to pursue kid-exclusive endeavors at the Oceaneer Club and Lab. Each child receives a special Oceaneer Band that serves many purposes, including checking in and checking out, changing activities, and even holding important information electronically, such as allergies or specific needs. Likewise, parents are equipped with Wave Phones that allow them to be contacted if ever there is a need. For the littlest travelers onboard, between 6 months old and three years of age, there is excellent nursery care available at It’s A Small World Nursery. Please note however, that while all other age specific activities are inclusive with your cruise, nursery care does come with an additional fee, which currently stands at $9 per hour for the first child and $8 per every additional child. There is also a one-hour minimum.