We are going on the 7 day cruise, Dec 14 - 21, 2013, with 3 granddaughters, ages 8, 10 & 11, from Galveston, TX, to the western Carrabean
. What activities are there for them during the day and how do I sign them up for the activities?
- Asked by Ruth from TX on 12/7/2013
Your sailing on the magnificent Disney Wonder is just days away! I'm sure your suitcases are out and being filled with your warm weather cruise attire! Your granddaughters are wonderful ages to enjoy a Disney Cruise, and I'm... read more
Hello, we're looking for more info on the kids programs. We have a 10YO son with Aspergers and he needs some encouragement to join in. Can counselors help with that? Also, are there usually planned group activities or is it more of a supervised play area?
- Asked by Jennifer from MN on 12/4/2013
Welcome to the Moms Panel! This is an excellent question, and I'll be happy to provide you with some more details about the Oceaneer Club and Lab! On the first afternoon, I suggest stopping by the youth spaces to speak... read more
Hello! I just booked a 12 night Transatlantic for May 2014 on Disney Magic for my husband and myself, 3 children (2 boys, 16 & 2 and our daughter is 7) and my husbands parents. None of us have ever been on a cruise, is this crazy?!
- Asked by Amanda from ON on 12/3/2013
What AMAZING news!!!! I don't think you are crazy at all and would love to join you on the newly re-imagined Disney Magic for twelve incredible nights on the high seas! A cruise is a wonderful multigenerational vacation so your... read more
Hello Cruise moms! One more ?. At the time of our cruise, my eldest will be 9. How is check in handled for him? This will be our first cruise and I don't feel comfortable having him check out of the club on his own. Is this an option for 9 year olds? Thank
- Asked by Kim from MD on 12/1/2013
Welcome back, Kim! This is a great question, as quite often parents want to know if their children can check themselves in and out of the clubs on their own.
In the Oceaneer Club and Oceaneer Lab, your son at age 9 will have a Mickey Band to wear... read more
I want to book a room w/ verandah on decks 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10 on Fantasy for a 7 night Caribbean cruise. I have a child w/ mild autism age 11 who loves water slides & the pool and a 14 year old who loves the pool & the teen scene. Best room?
- Asked by Robyn from PA on 11/20/2013
Welcome aboard, Robyn! Booking a Disney Cruise for the family is so exciting! Choosing your stateroom can be a great way to begin planning, and it sounds like you know what your kids are into, so let's try to come up with an area of the ship that... read more