One of the biggest and greatest features aboard any Disney Cruise Line ship is its pools and water slides located on the upper decks. Whether you take a dip or lounge in a chair, either way is a great way to relax and soak up some sun.
The AquaDuck is the first water-coaster at sea and is found on the Disney Dream and Fantasy. Be dazzled by the transparent tube as you twist and turn over the top decks and out over the sea. This Disney Cruise Line water-coaster is 765 feet long and features a 4 deck drop.
The AquaDunk is a thrilling 3-story funnel located on the upper deck of the Disney Magic. It is sure the give you a thrill. Hold tight when the floor beneath you opens up like a trap door and plummets you at height speeds through a 212 foot long transparent tube! It’s sure to be an unforgettable, exhilarating and breathtaking experience!
While the kids are enjoying the water slides, adults can slip on over to The Cove. Disney Cruise Line made this kid free zone for adults only, ages 18 and up. There are two over-sized whirlpool spas at one end of the pool making this the perfect spot to relax. On the Wonder there are cascading waterfalls into the pool. On both the Magic and Wonder, Signals, the poolside bar, is a great place to get the cocktail of the day or other tropical libation. On the Dream, the Cove Bar is an elegant swim-up bar so you can enjoy your cocktails without even getting out of the water!
Bon Voyage! Are you ready to book your Disney Cruise vacation? Let Disney Expert, Heather Butler, help you plan your cruise with Mickey Mouse. Be sure you ask her about Disney’s Payment program to make a Disney vacation even more affordable. Call her at 717-656-7251 or email her today.