We are thinking about booking a trip on the Disney Dream. My oldest daughter will be 15 at the time of travel. I was wondering if the teem club/counselors do any getting to know you activities since she won't know anyone there her age.
- Asked by Mary from MI on 1/23/2010
Welcome to the Moms Panel, and thank you for your question! How fantastic that you are considering booking a voyage on the Disney Dream! I can't wait to set sail with her myself.
The youth activities counselors know all to well that... read more
my family and i are planning a 7day land and sea cruise. I have 2 children who will be 18 and 20 at the time of the trip. I am wondering what there is for them to do.
- Asked by thomas from MI on 6/20/2009
Single, young adults will find plenty of activities aboard the Disney Wonder. Impressively, the family, kid and adult areas are nicely separated from each other.
There is a Singles Mingle, dance parties and sporting activities. Diversions may... read more
We are very excited about taking the Disney Cruise this coming May! We have 2 teenagers, ages 16 (boy) and 17(girl). Our only concern is that they won't have enough to do because of their ages. Has anyone taken teenagers on the cruise before? Thanks!
- Asked by Jeff from TN on 3/25/2009
My son is a tween but I spoke with teens aboard the Disney Magic. They indicated that the cruise was not just for young children and provided many activities for teens. They seemed pleasantly surprised!
The Youth Activities Manager explained to... read more
Thinking of Disney Cruise. DD14,DS10 wondering if they will be entertained enough.Not sure if they will go to teen club alone for example. Would they be able to do some things together? Any insight on this. How did your kids like the cruises at these ages
- Asked by jill from IL on 3/16/2009
My son just turned 9 and he still loves the Disney cruise.
Your 10 year old son would be in the Oceaneer Lab while your 14 year old daughter would be assigned to the teen club, The Stack.
There will be many unstructured activities that they... read more
Hi. I have a daughter that is 12 and is terrified of taking a cruise. Is there something I could tell her that could change her mind about this. Everyone else in the family has been wanting to cruise this year for mine & my husband's 25th anniversary.
- Asked by Susan from GA on 3/14/2009
You could tell her that cruising is one of the safest modes of travel but I’m sure you’ve already ventured down that road of reasoning.
Try some safety facts:
There are 20 lifeboats on the Disney ship which hold 150 passengers each.
Each... read more