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- Family time Oceaneer Club. Can we bring our 2 yr old daughter? Maybe just for pics with her sister in the set. Can she attend if mother is joining, can mother stay all the time?
- - Asked by tamer from Ontario on 5/31/2011
- Hi Tamer!
The Oceaneer's Club was one of the best parts of our Disney Cruises! We've been on cruises when our kids were 9 months old, 2 years old and somewhere in between. And even though the Oceaneer's Club is designed for daily use by older kids, the littles are still allowed in with some parent supervision!
When we were on our cruise, there were set times for toddlers and preschoolers to play when the rest of the "big kids" were off doing something else. We had free reign to play on the slides, enjoy the games, puzzles, computers and books! My daughter had a blast and it was fun for us because we got to relax a little and let our little girl play!
Your Personal Navigator (or the Oceaneer's Club itself) will have a full schedule for you to see the really fun parts--dancing with Snow White, hide and seek with Wendy Darling, playtime with Captain Hook. And you can take your daughter in there to see and interact with everyone during this time. We were just given a GUEST name tag and welcomed in! No worries!
So, yes! Your daughter can be involved with all the fun stuff the Oceaneer's Club has to offer and YES you'll want to stay with her!
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