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  • I have gone on 5 Disney Wonder cruises thus far with my husband and children. We are now considering taking on in early December 2010 with just my husband and I. I am a bit apprehensive (1st time and all), what is there for US to do? Very nervous :o)
  • - Asked by Raquel from Texas on 9/19/2010
  • Hi Raquel,

    You're now a GOLD Castaway Club Member, congratulations!  I have to laugh, because our first two Disney Cruises were before we had children, and we barely noticed the kids on board because we were so focused on the adult activities - and now that we've deep into the "family" cruises I wistfully remember the carefree adult voyages we so enjoyed!

    There are plenty things for adults to enjoy while onboard a Disney Cruise!  You can lounge by the adult-only Quiet Cove Pool, or join in the pool games and trivia. 

    Another treat for adults is the quiet, private relaxation of a Spa Villa Treatment.  This would be the ultimate indulgence for any couple!

    You could catch a movie in the Buena Vista Theater, or try the beer, wine and martini tasting seminars that are offered for adults.

    We also enjoy the simplicity of enjoying the live entertainment in the nightclubs, or a quiet coffee and board game in the Cove Cafe.

    Although there are so many things for you do do onboard, the highlight of any adult-only voyage would be the opportunity to experience Serenity Bay at Disney's Castaway Cay.  It is like your own island oasis, and the perfect place to spend a lazy afternoon!

    I hope this helps, take the time and enjoy - you've earned it!
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