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Age-Specific Activities – Frequently Asked Questions

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How many swimming pools are on each ship, and are any for adults only?

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Each of the Disney Cruise Line ships has at least 3 different Guest pools and a kids’ water play area. No matter which ship you’re on, there’s a pool geared for younger kids, another for bigger kids and families and at least one reserved just for adults.

For your comfort, pools are heated to keep the water temperature at least 75 degrees. Children’s life jackets are available in the pool areas.

  • Disney Dream – Donald’s Pool, Mickey’s Pool, Nemo’s Reef, Quiet Cove Pool
  • Disney Fantasy – AquaLab, Donald’s Pool, Funnel Puddle, Mickey’s Pool, Nemo’s Reef, Quiet Cover Pool, Satellite Falls
  • Disney Magic – AquaLab, Goofy’s Pool, Nephew’s Splash Zone, Quiet Cove Pool
  • Disney Wonder – Goofy’s Pool, Mickey’s Pool, Mickey’s Splash Zone, Quiet Cove Pool

AquaLab This water-themed playground has a pool and is a great place for active fun.

Donald’s Pool Bigger kids and families can enjoy a splash, swim or just relax in the sun.

Funnel Puddle Pool
Only on the Disney Fantasy, this pool offers a cool place to relax while you enjoy the view.

Goofy’s Pool
This perfect family pool offers deck chairs for relaxing and a jumbo television screen.

Quiet Cove Pool
Adults and Guests over age 18 can soak up some sun and cool off.

Mickey’s Pool
This shallower pool gives younger sailors the perfect place to paddle and play.

Mickey’s Splash Zone
A wet play area for kids under 3 that gurgles with fountains and bubble jets.

Nephew’s Splash Zone
Little squirts under 3 can play and giggle in the dancing water.

Nemo’s Reef
For kids under 3, this is the coolest place to get wet.

Satellite Falls
Only on the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream, adults ages 18 and older can chill beneath a gentle rain curtain.

Policies About Swim Accessories and Equipment
Please note the following policies about pool toys and swim accessories:

  • Swim goggles that fit only over the eyes are permitted at all pools, hot tubs and waterslides, with the exception of AquaDunk aboard the Disney Magic, where goggles are not allowed.
  • Swim masks that cover the eyes and nose are permitted at all pools. They are not allowed on any slides, including AquaDuck.
  • Snorkel tubes are not permitted at any pools, hot tubs or waterslides.
  • Coast Guard personal flotation devices (PFDs), water wings and flotation sewn into bathing suits can be brought on board and are permitted in all pools and waterslides except the AquaDunk.
  • Complimentary flotation vests are provided and may be used in all pools and waterslides except the AquaDunk.
  • Floats, rafts and fun noodles cannot be brought on board and are not permitted in the pools.

Policies About Swim Diapers
The United States Public Health Service requires that only children who are toilet trained are permitted to enter swimming pools and spas aboard cruise ships.

Children who are not toilet trained are welcome to enjoy Nemo's Reef and Mickey's Splash Zone, where they must wear swim diapers. Please note that swim diapers are not permitted in the pools, hot tubs or spas, the AquaDuck and the AquaLab.

  • For assistance with your Disney Cruise, please call (800) 951-3532.
  • Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM Eastern time; Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern time.
    Guests under 18 years of age must have parent or guardian permission to call.
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