We are cruising in Feb on the Dream with our 2 yr. old and 6 yr. old boys. We want the boys to be able to see Andy's room in the kids club, but don't want to leave the boys there. Are parents allowed to stay with their children in the club?
- Asked by Dana from VA on 1/5/2011
You must be getting so incredibly excited about your upcoming cruise aboard Disney's Dream! I can't wait to see Andy's Room...so I know your boys want to see it, too!
The Oceaneer's Club was designed with children ages 3-10 in mind,... read more
I'm bringing my little girl on the Disney Dream for her 5th birthday and was wondering if she will be able to go on the Aqua Duck with me? I don't see any specific restrictions such as age/height.
- Asked by kathleen from MA on 1/2/2011
Hi, Kathleen! I might have to call you "Mother of the Year" for booking your princess' 5th birthday cruise aboard Disney's Dream! I can't think of a better way to commemorate a milestone birthday.
I may be slightly older than your daughter, but I... read more
we are thinking of booking for the van-lax cruise september 2011 -- we have 5 year old daughter and 3 year old son -- wondering what the cost to have our children in the activities while husband and I enjoy time together?
- Asked by Katina from BC on 1/2/2011
Hi, Katina! What a great Disney cruise choice for you since you're from the area! The five-night, Vancouver to Los Angeles cruise aboard the Wonder will include stops in Victoria, Canada and Ensenada, Mexico—plus 2 relaxing days at... read more
We have a Dream Cruise booked for March (1st time ever) and our kids' ages are 14, 10, and twin 4 year old boys. We want to do a parasailing excursion without the twins, will there be childcare available for them on the ship while the rest of us parasail?
- Asked by Sandy from TX on 12/29/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel - you've come to the right place to have all your questions answered about your FIRST Disney Cruise! You'll be happy to hear that although the Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab will be closed on the ship... read more
My children age 4 and 3 are pre-registered in the reef and oceaneer club, how do I change my 3 year old into the oceaneer club so she can be with her sister? Im not sure why she was put in the nursery....
- Asked by Sharon from VA on 12/21/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel! Hmmmm, I'm not quite sure why that would be - but I'm sure it will be easy enough to fix. Children that are ages 3 and up (and fully potty trained) are welcome to enjoy all that the Oceaneers Club... read more