One of the things that sets the Disney Cruise Line apart from others, is the number of unique experiences for kids. The best example of this would have to be the Oceaneer Club and Lab. This highly interactive space allows kids to play, experiment and explore in a fun themed environments while parents are away. With areas like The Marvel Super Hero Academy and Pixie Hollow, there’s something for every kid to enjoy. Experiences vary depending on the ship. Chip recently had a chance to tour the Oceaneer Club and Lab aboard the Disney Magic and we’ve got some great shots of the space to share.
The Oceaneer Lab is where kids can create, experiment and even learn to cook. Activities like Disney art classes and sloppy science experiments make this area very popular with the younger cruisers. The beautiful theming always makes parents jealous that they aren’t allowed to join in on the fun. Even the bathrooms are whimsical!
The Oceaneer Club begins with the main library which serves as your entry point into four magical worlds. On the Magic, kids can drop into The Marvel Super Hero Academy, Disney Jr., Pixie Hollow or Andy’s Room. Each world features games, play areas, and experiences only found on the ship.
At The Marvel Super Hero Academy, your little hero can train to be an Avenger with special video games and character interactions. Is your kid worthy enough to lift Thor’s hammer? Andy’s Room is an indoor playground making it a great place for kids to get out some energy. The multi-level area features a giant Slinky Dog slide and plenty of surprises to explore.
Pixie Hollow is a magical forest setting where guests can dress up, use kid-friendly computers or work on crafts. Smaller guests can enjoy the Disney Jr. play area featuring visits with favorite characters from the channel. For very young children, parents can take advantage of the “It’s a Small World” Nursery. This bright and fun section allows parents to enjoy the ship while little ones play games, make crafts and nap.
The Oceaneer Club and Lab can be found aboard every Disney Cruise ship and is open to all ship guests ages 3 to 12, but offerings vary by ship. The “It’s a Small World” Nursery is available for ages 6 months to 3 years. Guests can pre-register or register on board but must check-in at the lab or club on embarkation day. All activities are included in the cost of a Disney Cruise Line reservation.
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