Pools at Sea!

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Kristen K.'s picture
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Pools at Sea!

"H2Ohhh! - When the Disney Dream launched, it boasted the AquaDuck, first water coaster at sea. A 765-foot long, twisting-and-turning scream machine, the get-wet attraction has been a huge hit with guests. Aboard the Disney Fantasy, the AquaDuck is joined by AquaLab, a water area where families can play among pop jets, geysers and bubblers. There also are separate pools for children, families and adults " plus a special splash-and-play area for little ones." Source

Do water fun options influence what ship you chose when cruising? Do you enjoy a splash zone (I know I do) just as much as the kids? What part do you think pools and water playgrounds should play in choosing a cruise line?

DisneyDee27's picture
Joined: 04/02/2012
Posts: 1600

I'm 43, my baby sister is 27 our middle sister is over 39 laugh we had more fun riding the aquaduck on the Dream last year than my nephews and young cousins. DW & I are taking our niece on the Fantasy in December...I'm totally looking forward to the aqualab and the two slides on CC.
I am also excited about satellite falls so much so that I bought a water proof case for the iPad 2. I love being on Disney ships. I don't need a casino. I grew up 4 hours from Vegas. I want unique fun in a magical setting and a 2-1 special every couple of hours biggrin


Member of the 6 castle club and working to pay for my next Disney vacations: 1/5-10/18, September 2018 for my 50th and 2018 the year of Disney cruising.

dontthrowsand's picture
Joined: 05/28/2012
Posts: 359

I really want to go on a cruise. I think I should start saving my pennies to go on a disney one!