On the Disney Wonder, one of the biggest updates on the ship was the kids\’ spaces–Oceaneer\’s Club, Oceaneer\’s Lab, It\’s a Small World Nursery and the Edge. I focused on the Club and Lab last week, so we\’re looking at the nursery, the Edge and some photos from the Vibe.
While the nursery does have a fee (currently $9/hour), the ratio of adult to child is very low and gives little ones a chance to play or nap while parents enjoy dinner at Palo or a massage!
The new Edge is, well, edgy. Disney moved it up to deck 9 where the Arrr-Cade used to be. The kids like the location near the quick service pizza at Pinocchio\’s and is quick for them to come out for the deck parties or grab ice cream. Inside, shiny silver aluminum chairs have replaced the squishy couches and small backless stools have replaced the lounging area for video game play. It feels cold and sterile in here to me, and is the only change I didn\’t really love on the Wonder.
The kids\’ spaces updates on the Wonder are amazing overall! Where before some of the areas were dark and outdated, everything is bright and up to date and fun. I wouldn\’t hesitate to recommend any of the Disney ships for families.
robot-programming, space-loving 12 year old!
She and her family love visiting Disney World and taking Disney cruises. With eight Disney cruises under her belt, she is now preparing to embark on a ninth Disney Cruise–this time the trans-Atlantic cruise–and planning her next Disney World visit, too!