This episode is a continuation of the trip reports with Angie Muma on her 4-Night and 7-Night cruise vacations.

In this episode we continue learning about all the fun things there are to do on a Disney ship.

Navigators

A daily guide with your information for the day of all the activities.  It is delivered the night before so you can plan ahead.  It includes all your information from the theme for the day and what the times are for all of the activities and shows.  Tip is to bring highlighters so you can mark the items you really want to do for the day.

Daily Activities often include:

Alcohol Tastings, Towel Animal Creation, Movies, Shopping, Character Meet and Greet, Magicians, Trivia, Officer Pin Trading

Funnel Vision is a great way to be in the pool and watch a movie they project on one of the ships funnels.

Nighttime theatrical shows are in the Walt Disney Theater.

Midship Detective Agency

A game that is played on the ship, where you need to solve a mystery.  You sign up at kiosks.   You receive a card that identifies you in the game and then you work through ‘Cases’ to solve the mystery.

3 Cases
101 Dalmations, Muppets, and Disney Villians.

As you plan the game you go up to specialty marked paintings to interact with them, receiving your clues.  Once you get to a certain spot, they ask you who committed the crime and then you go capture the suspect.

The game can be played at your own pace.  You can stop and start as often as you want.   This is repeatable.  The Cases have alternate endings and you can have a different experience on a re-play.

Pools
Mickey Pool – shallow pool for younger kids
Donald Pool  – deeper for older kids
Quiet Cove Pool – Adult only
Nemo’s Reef – toddler area splash pad
AquaLab – splash pad for older kids
Mickey Slide – Normal pool slide with a couple of twists
AquaDuck – water coaster that is in an enclosed tune that does extend over the side of the ship.

Pirates Nights
You are encouraged to dress up as a pirate.
Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique does pirate makeovers for both boys and girls on the Disney Fantasy.

Kids Clubs
There are different clubs for different ages.  3-12 yr olds are in the Oceaneer Club and Lab.  The Edge is for Tweens.  The Vibe is for teens.

Variety of activities are done throughout the day.

Wave Phone
A small phone for you to carry around to keep in contact while on the ship.

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