Mom And Son Water Slide
  • On Aug 8, 2014
    Charles from GA Asked

    Help! I have an 18 year old son that I am taking on a cruise on the Dream. I would like to know what there is for him to do on board. I have excursions planed but, what is there to do on board? Please help!

    Welcome aboard, Charles!

    Thank you very much for stopping by the Moms Panel with your question. In a blink of an eye and they're 18. I'm only a couple of years behind you, and I'm sure it'll go by quick. Though there is no dedicated club location for them, your 18 year old will have the opportunity to join planned activities onboard targeted for young adults. He can get a chance to meet other kids his age when he checks out Club 18*21. This is a fun gathering of 18-21 year old kids where they can do activities throughout the voyage without having to hang around the younger kids - or their parents & grand parents. After dinner on the first night of the cruise, they'll have an Ice Breaker and it's the best time to check out and meet fellow cruisers his same age. They'll have mixers, tournaments, and other age appropriate activities scheduled throughout the cruise, so make sure to check the Personal Navigator for schedules and venues. They like to change it up a bit, which makes it fun too.

    The Adult exclusive areas onboard are for guests 18 years old and over, and I'm sure he'll have a lot of fun exploring. The alcoholic drinking age is enforced, but he can surely check out all the fun at the nightclubs and lounges. On Castaway Cay, he can also hang out at Serenity Bay, the adult exclusive beach. It's a great place to spend the day on the beach for some rest and relaxation.

    I hope this helps. Have a great voyage with Captain Mickey, Charles!

    Bon voyage!
    ~ Dolly
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Meet the Panelist: Dolly, California

I'm a full-time working mom anchored by an active family who shares the passion for travel, food and music! Our 2 teens have grown up sailing on the Disney Cruise Line and sharing the magic with other working families brings us so much pride and Pixie Dust! Learn More About Dolly

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