A new video from Disney Cruise Line looks at the Disney Cruise experience from the point of view of a father of a family of four. Cherished family together time is a valuable aspect of the Disney Cruise, and so is the chance to get away while the kids enjoy the OceanEars club. From new Star Wars and Marvel themed areas for kids, to new stage shows families can enjoy together, there’s always something to do. Check out this parenting blogger’s report here:
USA Today has named all four Disney ships in the top 10 “Best Cruise hips for Families” in their reader’s choice poll, and Disney Cruise Line was ranked No. 1 for families on the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards in 2016.
If you want to stay engaged and active your whole trip, you can, but we prefer to take advantage of all the relaxing opportunities offered on Disney’s ships as well. The rotating dining experience, with a serving team that rotates with you, makes meals a pleasure. We like to spend time working on our tans on the expansive deck, which includes an large adults-only area (with pool and hot tubs). You can also enjoy the Senses Spa & Salon.
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