Disney Cruise & Vacation Packages

Marianne Woody is a graduate of the College of Disney Knowledge and has attained a special knowledge of Disney Destinations.  She can be reached at marianne@worldwidecruisesandtoursdallas.com or by phone at 214-929-2069
Although people usually think of Disney World as a family destination, here are some great tips for adults. – http://traveltips.usatoday.com/disney-world-tips-adults-2116.html
Think a Disney Cruise is only for families? Think again! There is a wonderful spa, an adults-only pool, and after 9 PM, a number of bars and clubs strictly for adults. For an extra charge, there is a gourmet adults only restaurant, available by reservation only. Most of the children’s activities are confined to one deck. On Disney’s private island, there is one side of the island reserved for adults only. There is an extensive seafood buffet offered at lunchtime.

With the new Star Wars attractions opening at Walt Disney World and Disneyland, you can experience Star Wars on a Disney Cruise as well.

It doesn’t matter if you are Padawans or Jedis when it comes to your knowledge of the saga, there are fun activities for everyone! Here are the top five legendary experiences you can have while sailing on the high seas.

1. Feel the Force with out-of-this-galaxy entertainment.

Guests can watch as some of the saga’s most iconic moments come to life during this exclusive, nighttime deck show. See some of Star Wars most popular characters, including Rey! You can  let the Force flow through you  during the amazing fireworks at sea spectacular set to John Williams’ Star Wars score.

2. Help Chewbacca in a fun-filled scavenger hunt.

There are porgs onboard! You can help their favorite Wookiee find the porgs that are wreaking havoc throughout the ship. At the end, Guests can meet Chewbacca as he congratulates them on a job well done!

3. Experience epic encounters.

Whether you are a part of the light side or have dabbled into the dark side, you’re  sure to see some familiar and exciting faces. They can even meet Chewbacca, C-3PO, R2-D2 and Darth Vader during scheduled photo sessions. And, you might just see some First Order Stormtroopers or Jawas wandering around the ship.

4. Brush up on Star Wars knowledge.

During the sailing, all films in the Star Wars saga will air on the big screen so you can jog their memory. You can also stop by Star Wars 101, an interactive session designed to give them the lowdown on all things Star Wars. Once youare a Star Wars expert, you can gather the family and join a game of Star Wars trivia!

5. Let the little ones have their own fun.

Inside Disney’s Oceaneer Club, little rebels can join the Resistance when members of the resistance and BB-8 come by looking for recruits. In the Star Wars: Command Post, kids can even defend against the First Order during a fun puzzle-solving adventure game.