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What Would You Add?

The Disney Cruise Line really goes above and beyond any other ship when it comes to creating a family cruise that also offers private space for those ages 18+. Adults only areas include:


  • Night Clubs

  • Fine Dining

  • Spa

  • Pool & Deck Area

  • Coffee Bar

  • 18+ Beach on Castaway Cay

But I'm curious, what more could they do to entice grown ups to travel on the Disney Cruise Line? If you were to add something for adults only to a Disney Cruise, what would it be?

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An adults only cruise! silly

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What Jeff said.

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Non-smoking cruise.

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JeffC wrote:
An adults only cruise! silly

Agree wholeheartedly!

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I'm really not sure, they sound like they already cater so well for older Disney guests.

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campbell87 wrote:
I'm really not sure, they sound like they already cater so well for older Disney guests.

I couldn't really decide what I would add either. Though maybe another deck party that's geared towards adults. The ones now are very kids friendly, and while I like that, sometimes I want to be down in front dancing with Mickey Mouse too. laugh

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Honestly it's truly geared towards adults. I don't think I'd add anything. I loved every moment of my cruise and am looking forward to my next cruise(Drunk

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a lower price tag!

Actually I'd probably go on one if it was an Adult Only cruise because sometimes I just want to have a little bit of grown up fun.

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I wouldn't mind some kind of movie theater or something like that to be honest. Im hooked on this 18+ Dining at AMC. Loving it... but it doesn't have to be dining. Just a movie without kids and teens.

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Mase wrote:
I wouldn't mind some kind of movie theater or something like that to be honest. Im hooked on this 18+ Dining at AMC. Loving it... but it doesn't have to be dining. Just a movie without kids and teens.

They do show movies, so maybe just designating one or two showings 18+ would be nice.

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Kristen K. wrote:
Mase wrote:
I wouldn't mind some kind of movie theater or something like that to be honest. Im hooked on this 18+ Dining at AMC. Loving it... but it doesn't have to be dining. Just a movie without kids and teens.

They do show movies, so maybe just designating one or two showings 18+ would be nice.

Thats cool. Never knew they had movies on there. So yeah... id say designate a couple for 18+. Im not much for clubbin, so usually when Jess and I want to do something special its a movie.

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Hmmmmm. . . Adults only sounds great, but how about having that adults only cruise get two days at Castaway Cay?

Who's with me? biggrin

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Ollie wrote:
Hmmmmm. . . Adults only sounds great, but how about having that adults only cruise get two days at Castaway Cay?

Who's with me? biggrin

ME ME ME!!! Great idea mickey

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What would I add ok heres my list:
Flat top
Catapult
5 inch deck guns and CWIS
F/A-18s, COD, MH53's, CH46's
General Quarters drills
Man Overboard drills
and everyone has duty every 3rd day
lol sorry but you did ask.
I dont know if I could really relax on a cruise, when I am out to sea I'm always on listening for an alarm or any kind of emergency. I can go from dead asleep snoring to fully awake dressed and get to my Battle station or repair locker at the other end of the ship in under 2 minutes. I slept for 48 hours straight one time when getting home from deployment I usually work for 18-20 hours a day unless in port, so I wonder if I could really relax

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I would like for them to add their own, walled in ocean to cruise on since I am terrified of the ocean and rogue waves. laugh As amazing as these sound, I don't think I would be able to handle a cruise.

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laugh I'm all for the weaponry, mainly because I know people who have been on leisure cruises and have been attacked by pirates and had their ships boarded. I am scared to death of pirates. laugh

I think you would relax after a couple of days. The one Muster drill that gets done before sailing would just make you angry though. The procedures are made for moving large groups of panicked civilians, not for jumping into action.

When your brain is wired to react quickly and resolve the problem, it's kind of frustrating to be standing around listening to people talking about if there will be cocktails at the party everyone is trying to get to. sarcastic

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Hazegry wrote:
What would I add ok heres my list:
Flat top
Catapult
5 inch deck guns and CWIS
F/A-18s, COD, MH53's, CH46's
General Quarters drills
Man Overboard drills
and everyone has duty every 3rd day
lol sorry but you did ask.
I dont know if I could really relax on a cruise, when I am out to sea I'm always on listening for an alarm or any kind of emergency. I can go from dead asleep snoring to fully awake dressed and get to my Battle station or repair locker at the other end of the ship in under 2 minutes. I slept for 48 hours straight one time when getting home from deployment I usually work for 18-20 hours a day unless in port, so I wonder if I could really relax

Hmmm,.. I wonder what size round we could retro-fit the aquaduck for, and how we could add a tracking device to it......

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haha we all go at the same time we can start our own navy lol.

Kristen that would really really really bother me I am the Safety officer at my current command and I have led Damage control training teams on Carriers so I tend to take that stuff pretty serious. Anytime something happens for real the people I see that look lost or are having a hard time dealing with the situation are the ones who don't take training seriously. I cant wait to go back to sea soon.

chipndale dont worry about rouge waves I have been through storms in ships much smaller than the disney ships without there stabilization equipment and been fine.

Didyoucall911 I am sure we can figure out something lol.

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Hazegry wrote:
I am the Safety officer at my current command

rolling Yea, you would have problems with the first few hours at least. Maybe when you retire and get that urge to go back out. My inlaws are currently on a 30 day South Pacific. They love it, the past 5 years they've probably spent half of it at sea.

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we would have the most squared away lifeboat on the ship I bet biggrin