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- We are planning on a cruise in April, is the Oceaneer club included in the cost of the cruise or is there an additional fee for that. I was wondering the same thing about scuttles cove. Thanks
- - Asked by Ashley on 1/4/2013
- Welcome aboard, Ashley! Your family must really be looking forward to cruising with Disney in just a few months!
The great news I have for you is that the Oceaneer's Club and all of the other Youth Clubs (with only one exception) are included in the cost of your cruise. That is only one of the many magical perks you'll discover on the high seas with Mickey. The only Youth Club that has an additional fee and requires advanced reservations is the Nursery (It's A Small World on the Dream and Fantasy, or Flounder's Reef on the Magic and Wonder). But it sounds like your kiddos must be Oceaneer's Club age, so they should be all set to enjoy the activities there. Check your Personal Navigator each day for a listing of all the fun events that will be taking place in the club.
On Castaway Cay, you'll discover Scuttle's Cove which your kids will be able to enjoy while you sneak away for some relaxing adults-only time, perhaps at Serenity Bay. The same amazing youth counselors from Oceaneer's Club will lead your children in some wet and sandy fun at Scuttle's Cove, and even feed them lunch if you'd like. No reservations required! Just bring the kids when you're ready and the counselors there can alert you on your Wave Phone if the children need you. Though, I must tell you, it's been a challenge to pull our kids away from Scuttle's Cove, they have so much fun there with the counselors and their newly found friends!
Your family is sure to have a great cruise, Ashley! Let me know if I can help out with anything else!
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