Hello Everyone! This will be our 3rd Disney Cruise. However it's been 13 years since our last one and this is our first with our children (10 y/o son, 7 y/o daughter, and almost 5 y/o son).
Anyone else noticed that there isn't a pirate night on this itinerary? Does that mean no fireworks? Any veteran cruisers have any insights?
Is your 8yo a girl? I know my 17yo daughter is more independent, but my 9yo daughter is shy and would love to pen pal some kids her age who she could meet up with in the kids club!This is my first cruise - and, of course, I wanted it to be a Disney cruise! A friend told me about the Fish Extenders and sites to "meet" fellow travelers...so here I am!
My kids will be 18 (ds) and 8 (dd). The three of us are beyond excited!
We booked the dolphin swim in St Kitts and the zip line in Antigua so far...I'll be cruising with my 16 year old daughter. This is my 4th Disney Cruise and my twenty something cruise overall. This is the first time cruising without my older daughter whose college spring break is a different week. I'm hoping my teen finds some new friends to hang out with.
I'm just starting to look at things to do at the ports. What is everyone else planning?
My 9yo daughter is also shy...she’ll do better if she “knows” someone before the cruise. Let me know if you’d like them to be pen pals before the cruise!We are on this cruise. We have a ds 10, dd 8 (turning 9 on cruise), and dd 4. I'll ask my 8 year old if she is interested. She is kinda shy but will if my son is up for it.
Our kids spend a lot more time in the club compared to the pool.Hi all! Our first disney cruise with our daughter, who will have turned 7 the day before the cruise begins! She's happy to play with whoever is around! Does anyone have experience with the kids' club?? Or do most of the kids just hang out at the pools during the day?