CELEBRATION, Fla. — Disney Cruise Line revolutionized the cruise industry with elaborately themed youth areas where a generous sprinkling of pixie dust and beloved Disney characters combine to lead children into their favorite Disney stories. On board each ship, there is nearly an entire deck of spaces designed to inspire, entertain and spark the imagination of children.
Disney’s Oceaneer Club
Disney’s Oceaneer Club, open to 3-to-12-year-old children, transports kids to the magical lands of Disney fairies, courageous Super Heroes, adventuresome toys, undersea exploration and Force-filled characters that are out of this world.
- Star Wars: Millennium Falconis a force-filled play area inspired by the spacecraft from the legendary saga. Kids can pilot this super-cool spaceship through the Star Wars universe, train like a Jedi and express their creativity through Star Wars-themed crafts, games and activities. (Disney Dream)
- Star Wars: Command Post, where children become one with the Force and are taken on a journey across the galaxy to train with the heroes from the Star Warssaga and assist with missions against the First Order. Here, they will interact with holographic models at the one-of-a-kind Star Wars holotable that projects 3-D images of the Millennium Falcon, Death Star and other famous Star Wars ships, meet members of the Resistance and learn to channel the Force. (Disney Fantasy)
- In Star Wars: Cargo Bay, kids can learn what it takes to be an intergalactic creature handler as they manage a mischievous menagerie of exotic beings from across the galaxy, including a porg, Loth-cat, worrt and more. (Disney Wish)
- In the Marvel Super Hero Academy, kids learn the heroic values of enlightenment, worthiness and loyalty from real-life Super Heroes. (Disney Wish, Disney Fantasy, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
- In the vibrantly colored Andy’s Room, the world of the Disney•Pixar “Toy Story” films comes to life. Kids experience the feeling of being toy-sized as they play among larger-than-life characters from the animated film. (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
- Join some of your favorite Disney Princesses andFrozen Queens in fantastical activity rooms fit for royalty at Fairytale Hall. Children can let your creativity shine at Rapunzel’s Art Studio, bring stories to life at Belle’s Library and test newfound icy powers at Anna and Elsa’s Sommerhus. (Disney Wish)
- In Pixie Hollow, children are transported to the enchanted land inhabited by Tinker Bell and her fairy friends. A pixie tree stands in the room, its branches extending overhead with hundreds of fairy lights twinkling among the leaves and hummingbird-sized fairy houses hanging from the boughs. In this magical forest setting, children can make crafts just like a true tinker fairy while sitting on stools shaped like acorns and mushrooms or dress up in fanciful costumes. (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
- In the Disney Infinity Game Room, children can experience a whole new way of playing together with exciting virtual experiences and immersive activities themed to the Toy Box. For a group gaming experience unlike any other, kids take the place of character figures on a life-sized Disney Infinity Base that lights up in response to gameplay on a large screen. (Disney Dream)
- In the Walt Disney Imagineering Lab, kids can discover the secrets of world-renowned Disney Imagineers – the creative minds behind Disney theme parks, resorts and cruise ships – with hands-on activities and inventive experiments. (Disney Wish)
- Mickey and Minnie’s Captain’s Deck, specially designed for the youngest sailors at Disney’s Oceaneer Club, is a nautical playground inspired by the colors, icons and magic of Disney Cruise Line. (Disney Wish)
- The Magic PlayFloor, a cruise industry first, is an interactive floor that allows children to engage in group activities where their movements control the action. Youth counselors also use the Magic PlayFloor during activities such as a simulated tilt maze or to foray into the fantastical worlds of Disney films. (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream)
- At Frozen Adventures, kids can prepare for a royal coronation with Anna and Elsa, then join Olaf for a summery sing-along and games that celebrate the seasons. (Disney Wonder)
- In Disney Junior, children can enter the worlds of their favorite pals with games, character fun and more. (Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
Disney’s Oceaneer Lab
Disney’s Oceaneer Lab takes 3-to-12-year-old children on a journey of discovery and exploration.
Upon entering the main hall, filled with maritime instruments and nautical artifacts, children feel as though they are embarking on a great adventure. At the main hall stage, kids can create and star in swashbuckling performances, hear stories of great expeditions and watch movies.
- Animator’s Studio:Children can create original hand-drawn art and learn to sketch their favorite Disney pals. (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
- Craft Studio:In the Craft Studio, kids can unplug from technology and make their own creation at this hands-on arts-and-crafts studio. (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
- The Wheelhouse:Youth can hunt for lost treasure in a game exclusive to Disney Cruise Line, where buccaneers-to-be can steer their ship through the mysterious Caribbean Sea. (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
- Captain’s Workshop:Children can kick back, watch Disney movies and play video games amidst pirate-y props in this spacious play area which also hosts numerous activities throughout the day. (Disney Magic, Disney Wonder)
- Media Room:This spacious play area allows kids to kick back, watch Disney movies and play video games, or take part in hosted activities from trained Disney counselors. (Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream)
- Playmation:After donning state-of-the-art gear, young superheroes-in-training can battle villains, complete missions and save mankind by joining forces with Marvel’s The Avengers. (Disney Dream)
Connecting Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Disney’s Oceaneer Lab are two workshops. In these specialized areas, kids concoct creations in an interactive science lab, conduct crazy experiments, express their creativity through art projects and participate in other hands-on activities.
It’s A Small World Nursery
For the littlest cruisers ages 6 months to 3 years, It’s a Small World Nursery offers babysitting services in a whimsical environment inspired by the classic Disney attraction of the same name. Here, little ones play games, make crafts, watch movies, read books and even spend time with special Disney friends — all under the expert care of Disney-trained counselors.
In the nursery’s main play area on the Disney Dream, Disney Fantasy, Disney Magic and Disney Wonder, children are welcomed by cheerful, three-dimensional façades resembling the nursery’s namesake Disney attraction. Interactive, hands-on features, such as horns that honk, wheels that spin and buttons to press, are sure to delight curious kids. A boat in the center of the room “floats” on a river pattern along the soft-surface floor and is surrounded by colorful, kid-sized tables and chairs for toddlers to enjoy crafts, books and games.
At the back of the nursery, a separate room with a serene motif and a calm, quiet atmosphere is reserved for naptime.
On the Disney Wish, toddlers take a playful trip around the world in the company of Disney, Pixar and Marvel characters reimagined as “it’s a small world” dolls. Each section of the space is themed to different areas of the world, with characters grouped by their homelands.
In the play room, magical murals feature interactive hand cranks that trigger delightful effects. Little ones can spark a cascade of ice magic from Elsa’s hand, send Aladdin and Jasmine swaying on the magic carpet, uncover Flynn Rider as he clings to Rapunzel’s enchanted tresses, and more. A toy train chugs along the ceiling, filling the space with colorful lights, playful sounds and kinetic energy.
Edge and Vibe
Catering to this basic fact of family-vacation life, Disney Cruise Line provides ultra-cool plush pads exclusively for teens and tweens who want a little independence. These trendy and tranquil areas offer an elite getaway for teens and tweens to set their own vacation agenda, whether socializing with new friends, playing the latest video games, experiencing cutting-edge technology or just chilling out.
While the Edge experience aboard each pair of ships differs, the idea behind them is the same: Edge provides guests ages 11 to 14 with their own special hangout where they can connect with other tweens from around the world. Equipped with high-tech entertainment including flat-screen TVs, computers and video games and featuring daily guided activities, this interactive play space becomes teens’ favorite on-ship destination.
While the Vibe experience aboard each ship differs, the idea behind them is the same: Vibe provides guests ages 14 to 17 with their own special place where they can break off from the family and connect with other teens from around the world. Designed with their interests in mind, each lounge is laden with amenities and activities that will keep them engaged and entertained while encouraging them to mingle.
Chill Spa for Teens
Guests ages 13 to 17 have the coolest spot on the ship to “chillax”: Chill Spa on the Disney Fantasy, Disney Dream, Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. Located inside Senses Spa & Salon, Chill Spa includes two treatment rooms with showers where teens can stress less and chill out with spa treatments designed just for them.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique
At Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, aspiring young princess and knights become Disney royalty with the help of a fairy godmother-in-training. When the pirate deck party is on the evening schedule, the space transforms into The Pirate League, where young sailors can unleash their inner buccaneer with a pirate makeover.
To learn more about Disney Cruise Line or to book a vacation, visit disneycruise.com, call Disney Cruise Line at 888-325-2500 or contact a travel agent.