There is so much to do on board a Disney cruise you won’t know what to do first. The best place to start is with the Personal Navigator. This daily brochure will keep you up to date on the activities on board.
You and your kids will want to check out the Oceaneer Club, especially on departure day because its the only time adults can go in and check it out. You can register your kids and get their wristbands and pager set up.
You will also enjoy lots of time at one of the three pools. You may want to pack your bathing suits in your carry on so are ready to go. Whether you spend time at the Mickey pool or Goofy pool with the kids or spend some quiet time at the adult pool, you will have a blast.
What about a first run movie in the movie theater on board, on deck by the pool, or in your stateroom while the kids are napping?
When it comes time for a bite to you will find lots of options, from FREE room service to quality sit down meals and everything in between. Disney Cruise Line offers rotational dining where you can
experience one of 3 different restaurants each night and your wait staff follows you so you get the personalized service you expect. You can also make reservation at Palo/Remy for a nice dinner without the kids.
In the evening you can enjoy Broadway quality, family friendly shows, family night clubs, deck parties, or some adult entertainment while the kids are in the Oceaneer Clubs. Don’t miss the pirate party and the only cruise line that has fireworks out at sea.
Wow, so much fun for everyone in your family and you haven’t even been to a port yet!