Complete Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Guide

It had been 10 years since the Disney Dream set sail on its maiden voyage when Disney Cruise Line debuted a brand new ship (the Disney Wish) in summer 2022. And, since then, Disney Cruise Line’s ship production has worked at a rapid speed. Now, the second ship of the Triton Class, the Disney Treasure, is set to make its debut this December. Here is everything we know about it so far! So, we’re bringing you a complete Disney Treasure Ship Guide with everything you need to know about the sixth ship in Disney Cruise Line’s fleet.

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Overview of the Disney Treasure

Disney Cruise Line’s sixth ship, the Disney Treasure, joins the Disney Wish as the second ship in Disney’s newest Triton Class ships. As the sister ship of the Disney Wish, the layouts are very similar with both grossing 144,000 tons. Each includes 15 decks, has a 4,000-passenger capacity, and sails with a more environmentally friendly fuel called liquefied natural gas.

Unlike the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure is themed for adventure and exploration. Meant to be an “Adventureland at Sea,” the Disney Treasure will tell stories of adventure not only from classic Disney movies but (for the first time ever) also from widely popular theme park attractions.

The Disney Treasure showcases Captain Hook and Peter Pan at the stern, and Aladdin and Jasmine on the magic carpet in the Grand Hall. Opposite the bright fairytale color scheme of the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure focuses on deep blues, greens, and influences of Africa and Asia.

When it comes to itineraries, the Disney Treasure will be doing 7-night sailings to the Eastern and Western Caribbean out of Port Canaveral, Florida when it first sets sail in December 2024.

Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Staterooms

With over 1,200 staterooms, guests have plenty of options to choose from within the four stateroom categories — inside staterooms, oceanview staterooms, verandah staterooms, and concierge staterooms.

All the staterooms regardless of classification tell a story. You will see nods to many different Disney classics such as Encanto, Luca, Up!, Aladdin, Lion King, and Pocahontas in each room.

All staterooms, with the exclusion of concierge, will have the same basic amenities. This includes:

  • Premium plush Euro-top mattress
  • 100% cotton linens and premium bath towels
  • 43” flat screen TV with Disney on Demand and live channels
  • Full length mirror
  • USB and USB-C ports
  • Mini refrigerator
  • Mini in room safe
  • Hair dryer
  • Control of your own AC
  • Bath and shower products
  • Beds on elevated frames to store luggage underneath
  • Privacy curtain to separate sleeping from sitting area
  • Desk and sitting area with couch

Here’s what to expect in each room depending on which stateroom category you choose to book.

Inside Staterooms

Inside staterooms are the smallest staterooms available on the Disney Treasure and have no windows or verandahs in the room. They are also the cheapest rooms you can stay in on the ship.

Inside Stateroom Details:

  • Sleeps 3 to 4 people depending on the category
  • Located on Decks 2 and 6 through 11
  • Approximately 169 square feet
  • Consists of one queen bed, a convertible single sofa, and an upper pull down single bed if it is a room that sleeps 4.
  • No exterior view
  • Full bathroom with vanity, sink, shower and tub with glass door

If you are a no-frills traveler who just needs a place to sleep, this may be a great fit for you! This room type is best for smaller travel parties or families of four with small children. It could be tight quarters with four adults.

Oceanview Staterooms:

Oceanview rooms are just as stated, rooms with an ocean view! Each features a porthole window so that you can enjoy breathtaking views of the sea from your room.

There are two types of oceanview staterooms on the Disney Treasure — the deluxe oceanview stateroom and the deluxe family oceanview stateroom.

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom Details:

  • Sleeps 3 to 4 people depending on category
  • Located on Decks 2, 6, 7, and 8
  • Approximately 218 square feet
  • For categories 9A, 9B and 9C, rooms consist of a queen bed, convertible single sofa, and a pull down bed
  • For categories 9D, rooms consist of a queen bed and a sleeper sofa
  • Large porthole window for viewing (slanted windows in category 9D)
  • Full split bathroom with vanity, sink, shower and tub with glass door, half bathroom with vanity, sink, and toilet

Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom Details:

  • Sleeps 4 to 5 people depending on category
  • Located on Decks 6, 7, 8 and 9
  • Approximately 237 square feet
  • Consists of a queen bed, convertible single sofa, and one or two pull down beds, depending on category
  • Large porthole view
  • Full split bathroom with vanity, sink, shower and tub with glass door, half bathroom with vanity, sink, and toilet

If you are vacationing on a budget but want a view, this is your best option. It’s slightly bigger than an inside stateroom and gives you a view of the ocean without the verandah price tag.

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Verandah Staterooms

The salty air is at your fingertips with a verandah stateroom. Equipped with a small table and 2 chairs, the verandah is the perfect way to watch the sunrise or sunset from the privacy of your own stateroom with endless opportunities for relaxation.

The verandahs are available in both deluxe and deluxe family-style rooms and feature multiple safety locks that are pretty tough to open. So, those with littles shouldn’t be worried about booking a verandah room.

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah Details:

  • Sleeps: 3 to 4
  • Located on Decks 6 through 11
  • Size: 243 sq. ft., including verandah
  • Consists of a queen bed, convertible single sofa, and one or two pull down beds, depending on category
  • Private verandah open air balcony with views of the ocean
  • Full split bathroom with vanity, sink, shower and tub with glass door, half bathroom with vanity, sink, and toilet

Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah Details:

  • Sleeps: 4 to 5
  • Located on Decks 6 through 11
  • Size: Approximately 284 sq. ft., including verandah
  • Room consists of queen bed, single convertible sofa, upper-berth single pull-down bed and single wall pull-down bed (for rooms that sleep 5)
  • Private verandah open air balcony with views of the ocean (Category 4E has an oversized private verandah)
  • Full split bathroom with vanity, sink, shower and tub with glass door, half bathroom with vanity, sink, and toilet

If your idea of a vacation is full of relaxation, a verandah is for you. However, if you don’t plan to spend much time in your room while you sail, you might want to use the extra money you’d pay for one of these rooms on activities instead.

Concierge Staterooms

Concierge guests live the life of luxury in Family Oceanview with Verandah rooms, 1-bedroom suites, and 2-bedroom suites. And, if you really want to go all out, the Tomorrow Tower Suite is the main attraction in this category. It is an approximately 2,000 sq foot suite and is situated inside one of Disney Cruise Line’s famous funnels.

Concierge Stateroom Details:

  • Upgraded linens
  • Early check in
  • Early access to reservations such as Palo, Port Adventures, spa services, Enchante)
  • Priority tender in ports of call
  • Concierge private lounge including internet, food and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), a sundeck, 2 whirlpools, cushioned lounge chairs and wading pool

You pay a high price for concierge rooms, but there are some amenities that come with it.

Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Dining

The dining options on the Disney Treasure are very similar to those that can be found on the Disney Wish. Many fan favorites are returning including Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods! Plus, some dining venues have been re-themed for the new ship.

Of course, Disney’s famous rotational dinner style will be featured on the ship. So, you’ll rotate with your service team through three main dining rooms for dinner service each night throughout your voyage. Additionally, one of the Main Dining Rooms will also be open for breakfast and lunch if you prefer a sit-down dining option.

In total, the Disney Treasure will have a buffet, pool deck options, three main dining rooms, and two adults-only specialty restaurants (which are an extra charge).

Marceline Market

Marceline Market is the breakfast and lunch buffet located on Deck 11 Aft. Inspired by Walt Disney’s hometown, Marceline, Missouri, this buffet is a modern upgrade from Cabanas. Be sure to look around because you’ll find lots of easter eggs throughout the seating areas from Walt’s past.

There is a variety of food offerings daily here with everything from a kids’ corner to international specialty cuisines you may have never tried before.

Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods

Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods was a much-welcomed addition to the pool deck dining options on the Disney Wish, coming with high praise. And, it’ll also be found on the Disney Treasure!

Located on the pool deck, Mickey and Friends Festival of Foods consists of a variety of different quick service cuisines, themed after the new Mickey animated short films. They are open from 10:45AM to 6PM daily, with one station open later each day for guests who skip the main dining rooms for dinner.

The five uniquely themed stations offered here are:

  • Mickey’s Smokestack Barbeque — offerings include pulled pork, brisket, ribs, mac and cheese, collard greens, coleslaw, and more.
  • Daisy’s Pizza Pies — offerings include cheese pizza, pepperoni pizza, and a specialty pizza each day.
  • Goofy’s Grill — offerings include hot dogs, hamburgers, sausages, french fries, and more.
  • Donald’s Cantina — offerings include tacos, burritos, rice bowls with fillings from chicken, carnitas, beef, guacamole, and more.
  • Minnie’s Delights — offerings include soft serve cups of cones of chocolate and vanilla ice cream, and a rotating flavor each day.

Jumbeaux’s Sweets

This sweet haven is inspired by Jerry Jumbeaux Jr. from Disney’s Zootopia. Jumbeaux’s Sweets offers over 31 flavors of handmade gelatos, specialty treats, candy, and more. So, bring your elephant-sized sweet tooth for these treats because you won’t want to miss them!

Here’s a preview of what you can try here:

  • Judy Hopps Carrot Cupcake with spiced carrot cake, dollops of lemon frosting, white chocolate crème, and blueberry compote
  • Nick Wilde Raspberry ‘n Cream Cupcake with red velvet sponge cake, vanilla frosting, white chocolate crème, raspberry compote, and a chocolate décor topping
  • Paw Shortbread Sandwich with two paw-shaped red velvet shortbread cookies, vanilla frosting, and dulce de leche
  • Mango Leopard Cakesicle with lemon fudge cake and a mango-chocolate glaze drizzle
  • Carrot Chocolate-Covered Strawberries with cookie crumble soil and a white chocolate coating
  • Zootopia Chocolate Bark Post Cards with a distinct character-inspired decoration and flavor combination including an assortment of dry fruits, nuts, and sprinkles

Note that the treats and ice cream here are an additional cost.

Worlds of Marvel

World of Marvel is one of three main dining rooms onboard the Disney Treasure. Here you’ll be immersed into the world of Marvel and follow along with an interactive story that was created exclusively for Disney Cruise Line.

World of Marvel is dinner and a show with large screens in the dining room. Throughout your first meal here, the screens will come to life with Ant-Man and the Wasp as your host. You and your family even get involved with an interactive “Quantum Core” at the center of every table that you need to help activate. And, you never know who might show up for a surprise meet and greet during your meal!

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Because the Disney Treasure will be home to 7-night itineraries versus the Disney Wish’s 3-night and 4-night itineraries, Disney has announced there will be a new show coming to Worlds of Marvel for the guests’ second night in the restaurant. During the show, titled “Marvel Celebration of Heroes: Groot Remix,” Groot will take over the screens as you help him throw a surprise birthday party for Rocket. Expect some hit songs from the movies as Groot plays his “Awesome Mix tapes” for you and even join in on a trivia game!

When it comes to the food, the menu pays nods to international cuisines around the Marvel Universe with diverse options.

Plaza de Coco

In place of Arendelle – A Frozen Adventure on the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure will be home to Plaza de Coco. A Fiesta at Sea!

You’ll dine here twice throughout your voyage with the first night featuring music and dance with Miguel and the “town mariachis.” And, on the second night you dine here, you’ll be treated to a “fun-filled Dia de los Muertos celebration with Mamá Coco, Abuelita, and the rest of the Rivera family.”

The dining room will feature tables set around a stage in the middle of the room for a 360-degree view of the entertainment.

When it comes to the menu, you’ll be treated to “a menu that draws inspiration from Miguel’s colorful world. Here’s a sneak peek at the menu:

  • Abuelita Elena Shrimp Diabla with chili-chipotle sauce, cilantro, pickled red onion, and toasted birotes
  • Chorizo Street Croquettes with chili-lime crema, cotija cheese, and cilantro
  • Blistered Poblano Pepper stuffed with Oaxaca cheese and green rice
  • Red Capsicum and Green Parsley Grilled Snapper with fried yucca, refried beans, baby spinach, and pico de Gallo
  • Pan-Seared Adobo Spiced Sea Bass with seared scallops, rainbow carrots, spinach, Romanesco, peas, and chimichurri sauce
  • Luisa’s Pollo Asado with Michoacán citrus chicken, cilantro rice, and serrano-tomatillo salsa
  • Enrique’s Port Wine Braised Center Cut Beef Short Rib with cheddar cheese and green onion red mash and long green beans with crisp shallots
  • Mexican Chocolate Tart with spiced chocolate crème, caramel pecan nuts, and chocolate glaze
  • Warm Coconut Tres Leches with milk-soaked coconut cake, caramel sauce, and dulce de leche ice cream
  • Margarita Lime Cheesecake with a sea salt shortbread and raspberry-agave margarita coulis

1923

The last of the main dining rooms is 1923. Here, you will be inspired by all things classic Disney. Named after the year the Walt Disney Company was founded, you are immersed in the art of animation and classic Disney tales through time throughout your meal.

While the Disney Wish decor in 1923 took guests through the animation history of fairytales like Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella, that won’t necessarily be the same on the Disney Treasure! We can assume the Treasure’s 1923 will pay nods to some of the more adventurous films such as The Lion King and Aladdin.

When it comes to the food, the menu here is inspired by classic California cuisine. You’ll see nods to the fusion of cultures in California such as Asian, European, and classic American dishes.

Palo Steakhouse

Palo Steakhouse is one of two upscale, adults-only dining venues on the Disney Treasure cruise ship. However, this restaurant is the evolution of Palo (which can be found on every Disney Cruise Line ship), combining Italian dining with a steakhouse vibe that made its debut on the Disney Wish.

Palo is open for reservations only (which can be booked anywhere from 120 to 90 days in advance based on your sailing status with Disney) and is open for brunch on select days and dinner nightly.

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If the menu is similar to the one on the Disney Wish, it will feature a Prezzo Fisso menu for $50 per person with your choice of Antipasti, Insalata, Il Secondo, and Dolce from a limited menu. Or, you can choose to order menu items a la carte instead.

Enchanté

Enchanté is the second upscale, adults-only dining venue on the Disney Treasure. This venue made its debut on the Disney Wish, replacing Remy on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy. And, like Palo, it is reservation only.

With a menu crafted by 3 Michelin-starred Chef Arnaud Lallement—of L’Assiette Champenoise, near Reims, France (who also created the menus for the celebrated Remy restaurant), your meal at Enchanté is sure to wow you.

While Disney hasn’t shared when Enchanté will be open on the Disney Treasure, we expect that it will offer a brunch, dinner, and dessert experience that is similar to that on the Disney Wish.

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Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Bars and Lounges

One of the biggest differences between the first four Disney Cruise Line ships and the new Triton Class ships is the bar and lounge scene. While the four original ships have dedicated adults-only areas, Disney Imagineers took the Triton Class in a different direction, spreading the bars and lounges throughout the entire ship. Here are the 9 bars and lounges that are confirmed to be coming to the Disney Treasure:

The Haunted Mansion Parlor

Replacing what is the Star Wars-themed Hyperspace Lounge on the Disney Wish will be the Haunted Mansion Parlor. This Haunted Mansion-themed lounge is the first ever space on a Disney Cruise Ship that is themed after a popular Disneyland and Disney World attraction. As you might guess, it is inspired by the Haunted Mansion ride!

You’ll enter into the lounge featuring “ghoulishly delightful ‘spirits’” and you’re sure to meet some grim grinning ghosts that have materialized for the occasion. Anyone care to enjoy a drink with some hitchhiking ghosts?

Skipper Society

In place of The Bayou on the Disney Wish, the Disney Treasure will feature the new Skipper Society lounge. Themed after the Jungle Cruise attraction in Disneyland and Disney World, be ready to hear some questionable jokes from your Skipper while enjoying delicious themed cocktails and snacks!

According to Disney, the lounge will feature “tributes to skippers and their many adventures on the Nile, Amazon, Congo and other famous waterways.”

Periscope Pub

Steering away from Disney Cruise Line’s Irish pub theming on the previous ships, the new Periscope Pub pays tribute to “Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas” (which is both a Disney movie and a retired theme park attraction). Designed to look like you are underwater on a submarine, the Periscope Pub will be where you go to watch a game and grab a pint or specialty drink.

Scat Cat Lounge

Inspired by the classic Disney animation film, The Aristocats, Scat Cat Lounge will offer “an elegant onboard destination” for adult guests looking for a more upscale experience. With nods to the movie throughout the decor (and even the drinks!), you’ll be treated to live music while you enjoy a drink from the themed craft cocktail menu.

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Here’s a preview of the menu:

  • The Créme de la Créme Martini infused with cognac, chocolate and a nutmeg topping
  • The Cat Drink with clarified bourbon, amaro, Aperol, and fresh lemon
  • The Turkish Tea Experience, a tea-based cocktail for two or more guests

Sarabi Lounge

Paying homage to Disney’s The Lion King, Sarabi will be home to an ample number of activities on the Disney Treasure. Being the equivalent to Luna Lounge on the Disney Wish, this is where you can go to play bingo, see family game shows, do karaoke, and enjoy a silent disco party! And, you won’t have to do it without a drink in hand! Sarabi Lounge will be just outside of the two-story space and serve drinks and snacks.

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Cafes

Located off the Quiet Cove pool area, the Cove Cafe is an adult-only coffee lounge with a full bar. It is a fleet-wide lounge (meaning that a version of it can be found on every Disney ship) and offers coffee, tea, and a variety of cocktails.

Other walk-up coffee cafes will be located off the Grand Hall. The Jade Cricket Cafe features designs that are inspired by the movie, Mulan. And, the Heihei Cafe will feature tropical vibes and be themed after Moana’s Isle of Motunui.

The coffee options at these locations are extensive, ranging from a simple decaf to a fancy French press. And, if you order a hot coffee, you can even get a Disney character stamped on top with your milk foam — just ask!

The Rose

Inspired by Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Rose is an adults-only lounge located in the adults-only dining area near Palo and Enchante. It offers panoramic views of the ocean and is a quiet, elegant space to grab a drink before your dinner reservation.

If The Rose’s operating hours are like the Disney Wish, it will only be open in the evenings. So, if you want to check out the Rose be sure to plan accordingly!

Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Onboard Activities

With the Disney Treasure sailing 7-night itineraries only, there will be plenty of onboard activities to keep guests of all ages entertained Here are some of the confirmed onboard activities:

Pool Activities

There is fun to be had on the pool deck, that’s for sure! The Disney Treasure will feature multiple pools, a body water slide, a Toy Story-themed splash pad, and a water tube attraction — The Aquamouse!

The Aquamouse was first introduced on the Disney Wish as the “first water attraction at sea” and its second iteration on the Disney Treasure will be even better! While the track will be similar to that on the Wish, a brand-new short film has been created exclusively for the Treasure called, Curse of the Golden Egg. So, get ready to jump in a raft and follow Mickey and Minnie along on a short story that shoots you out to 360-degree views of the ocean.

When it comes to the pools, they are laid out in a stadium-style setting to make up the main pool deck. And, of course, the large screen on the pool deck will feature your favorite Disney movies day and night.

For those traveling with little ones, the Toy Story Splash Zone is a large, covered water play area for kids under 6. And, even diapered children are allowed!

Lastly, the Quiet Cove pool area is located in the adults-only section of the ship.

Broadway Style Theater Shows

The Walt Disney Theatre is home to nightly entertainment where you can see Broadway-style adaptations of some of your favorite Disney movies.

Disney has confirmed that the Treasure will feature three shows including Beauty and the Beast, a brand new *Moana-*inspired show called The Tale of Moana, and Disney’s Seas the Adventure (which is an original production that can also be seen on the Disney Wish). Be sure to check the daily itinerary to see what is playing each night.

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While reservations are not required, we recommend you get to the shows early. They fill up quickly!

Pirate Night/Fireworks at Sea

While it hasn’t been officially confirmed, we anticipate that Pirate Night will return to the Disney Treasure.

During this signature Disney Cruise Line event, you can dress up and get in on the action, joining the pirate fun! The evening begins with a kid-friendly show on the main pool deck stage with dancing that follows. And, later in the evening, you can stay for a pirate rock band and fireworks show (weather permitting).

Hero Zone

Hero Zone is a sports area consisting of basketball courts, cornhole boards, ping pong, foosball, and more organized activities. This will also be home to Jack Jack’s Diaper Dash, one of the funniest events at sea.

On one port day, Hero Zone will also be home to the Incredi-Games. This is an inflatable obstacle course where you will race for the fastest time. There is a height requirement and you must have socks!

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique

Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique is a fleet wide venue that is similar to the experience found in the Disney Parks. You can make reservations at this enchanted salon for your little ones to transform into their favorite new adventurers. You can choose from an assortment of packages and watch your little ones become their favorite princesses, a royal knight, Captain Mickey, or even a pirate.

Packages range from $100-$450 on the other five ships, so we would expect no difference on the Disney Treasure. Just note that children must be at least 3 years old to participate. And, anyone under 12 years old must have a parent or guardian with them at all times.

Reservations are required and spots do fill up fast. So, we recommend that this be one of the first things you reserve when the booking window opens.

Senses Spa

Senses Spa provides tranquility and luxury amenities for pampering and relaxation onboard the Disney Treasure. There is also a full-service gym onboard here. So, you can start your day with a workout before you indulge in all that cruise food.

At the spa, you can get specialty salon treatments such as massages, body wraps, facials, aromatherapy, and so much more. They also offer manicures, pedicures, teeth whitening, hair styling, and men’s grooming.

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The Senses Spa will also include a Rainforest room, which has become very popular on the Treasure’s sister ship, the Disney Wish. This indoor and outdoor area includes heated lounges, fountains, an aromatherapy steam room, a dry sauna, and a calming pool.

Disney Treasure Cruise Ship Kids’ Clubs

Returning to the Disney Treasure is the exact same set up for the Kids Clubs as the Disney Wish. Disney Cruise Line blows every other cruise line out of the water with their kids’ clubs. And, it will be no different on the Treasure! These immersive spaces are sure to entertain the young ones, ages 6 months to 17 years old. But, that doesn’t mean that the adults can’t have a little fun too!

Throughout your cruise, there will be open houses of all these spaces. During these times, parents can join their kids in using everything the kids clubs have to offer. Check your Navigator app for what times and spaces will be offering open houses throughout the day.

“it’s a small world” Nursery

The nursery is available for children ages 6 months to 3 years of age. They have rocking chairs and cribs in the space for sleep. And, they will feed your children snacks if you allow it. However, no full meals will be given (unless it’s formula).

Unlike other kids’ areas on the ship, you do have to make reservations for the nursery and it is an additional cost. You can make reservations whenever your onboard booking window opens. Or, there’s usually some dame day reservations available if you wait until you’re onboard.

Disney hasn’t shared the rates just yet for the Disney Treasure. But, we expect it to be similar to the Disney Wish which is $9 per hour for one child, and $8 per hour for additional children in the same family.

Disney’s Oceaneer Club

Disney Cruise line recently changed the age range for the Oceaneer Club and now kids ages 3-10 can come here to interact with their favorite Disney characters, take their chance in Marvel’s Super Hero Academy, fight the first order in Star Wars Cargo Bay, read books in Fairytale Hall, and discover Disney Imagineers secrets in the Imagineering Lab.

Children ages 3-5 will play in smaller organized groups, while the older kids use both free play and organized activities.

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Reservations are not required for Disney’s Oceaneer Club and the kids can come and go as much as they please. Just note that parents must check the children in and out. Additionally, children MUST be potty trained and be completely bathroom independent. If not, they will have to go to the nursery.

Edge

Edge is a tween club for kids ages 11 to 14. The space is traditionally open from 10AM to 1AM daily and offers TVs, video games, board games, movies, trivia games, and a ton of scheduled activities for even the most shy tween to get out of their comfort zone!

Kids can check themselves in and out without an adult present here.

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Vibe

Vibe is a sacred space for the big kids. Ages 14 to 17 can relax in the Vibe’s hang-out spaces, take the perfect selfies with gorgeous views of the ocean, take part in karaoke and dance parties, and so much more!

Vibe also features a coffee bar serving a wide selection of nonalcoholic beverages, including fruit smoothies and more.

Other Onboard Happenings

When it comes to onboard activities, there’s still more! For example, you can find several character meet and greets that occur throughout the ship. These included photo-ops with Disney princesses, Captain Minnie and Mickey, and even Star Wars characters.

Additionally, there are two movie theaters onboard (the Wonderland Cinema and the Never Land Cinema) showing first-run movies that are only available in theaters at home.

Not to mention, there are parties, game shows, live music around the ship, trivia, sing-a-longs, crafts, and plenty of other family-friendly activities! Be sure to check your Navigator app daily for a full list of activities.

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