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  • We are sailing on the eastbound transatlantic cruise - hurray! Will my eight and ten year old be able to stay together the entire time they are in the supervised children's program?
  • - Asked by nicole from Colorado on 2/13/2010
  • Hi Nicole,

    Congratulations on your upcoming cruise, it should be an amazing adventure!

    This is a fantastic question, and is actually one of the concerns I had about enrolling my children in the programming.  My daughters had a bit of anxiety about being split up into the two different clubs, and did not want to participate because of it. 

    Apparently we weren't the only families with this concern because Disney Cruise Line has reorganized the way they operate the childrens programming.  Both the Oceaneer Club and the Oceaneer Lab on the Disney Magic are open and accessible to all registered children between the ages of 3 and 10.  This is a fantastic enhancement as it allows children to "stick together" if they wish.

    Once the children are signed-in to the club/lab, they are free to choose their activities - which is nice because gives them the flexibility to participate in the activities that suit their personal interests.

    I hope this helps, have a wonderful voyage!
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