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  • On Feb 23, 2014
    Diana from ON Asked

    My 5-year-old boy enjoyed the kids club on Fantasy. But he was a little disappointed about not enough physical play (climbing structures, slides, etc.) and too much hi-tech computer stuff. Which one of the 4 ships offers more physical play options? Thanks!

    Welcome back, Diana! If your son enjoyed the clubs on the Fantasy, it's exciting to hear that you're hoping to set sail on a different ship this time so he can explore some other fun club spaces.

    I think you mentioned in your previous question that you were looking at the Disney Wonder. There is a really fun play area in the Oceaneer Club on the Wonder. It's a pirate themed club and there is a huge pirate ship climbing structure. My kids love to climb up the steps to the top where they can explore, play games and then slide down the pirate barrel slide. They love the rope climb crawl through area too. It's a really neat spot! My son is five too, and he could play there for hours on end! 

    The Oceaneer Club on the Disney Magic was just completely re-imagined, and now features Andy's Room. But it's very different from Andy's Room on the Fantasy which you saw. Andy's Room on the Magic is a two story play space. Kids climb up on top of Andy's bed and then slide down the Slinky Dog slide. I'll admit it - I totally had to try it out myself last month when I was on the Magic. Super fun! Five year old and Mom approved for sure!

    The Dream is a fabulous ship too, but you'll find that the Oceaneer Club is very similar to the Fantasy, so if you're looking for something totally different, give the Magic or Wonder a try! He's sure to enjoy either one! Have fun planning!
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Meet the Panelist: Marcy, Ohio

Welcome aboard! I'm the mom of two little Castaway Clubbers who would live on any of the Disney ships if they could. I would love to help your family discover the magic that awaits you on the open seas with Disney Cruise Line. Learn More About Marcy

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