We had so much fun on our Disney cruise this summer we're already thinking of another cruise in a few years. But...thinking perhaps trying RCL this time. As a couple, me and husband did them about 15 years ago, but their newest ships look so amazing. Our son will be a teen by then and perhaps not that into Disney stuff anymore. Now, one thing I like are "private island" stops. Last time we did RCL we were scheduled to stop at Coco Cay, but because of weather we weren't able to. Would love to finally see that. Yet, when I wade through their website for Bahama/Caribbean cruises, I'm surprised not many of their trips stop there! Why not? Whilst every Disney one in the are stops at Castaway Cay! And, I loved the dining and service so much on the Disney cruise, I don't want it to be a letdown thinking another line will be just as fulfilling. Kids/Teens clubs: Ds (age 10) wasn't that thrilled by the Oceaneer lab. A little girl (age 11) at our dining table hadn't been either, but switched to the Edge club and absolutely LOVED it. So...I feel like ds will be missing out on that experience if we do RCL next time - do they have something comparable? Does RCL have different dining rooms that you rotate through? Or are you always in the same one? When we did our RCL one, I remember it was just one dining room, but this was on one of their old ships which isn't even in their fleet anymore. I loved Disney's waiters that stay with you the whole trip. Those of you who have done recent RCL cruises, any pros and cons to offer me? Were you able to stop at Coco Cay and how was it compared to Castaway Cay?