Shipboard Accommodations: Up to 20%–25% larger rooms than other ships—from 169 sq. ft. to 304 sq. ft. for non-suite staterooms.
Shipboard Meals: Three full-service dining room meals daily (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Alternatives for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, such as buffets, quick-service, and room service, are also included. Let’s not forget the snacks (soft-serve ice cream, fruit, hot dogs, sandwiches, pizza), afternoon cookies, evening snacks, and at least one nighttime deck party buffet. The seven-night and longer cruises serve up even more late-night munchies. Soft drinks (Coke, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Sprite, Minute Maid Lemonade, Pomegranate Lemonade, and Fuze Ice Tea) are always free at meals and at the Beverage Station (deck 9/11), but not at the bars. Coffee, tea, juice, and milk are also free at meals and from room service. Lunch (with soft drinks) at Castaway Cay is also included.
Shipboard Entertainment and Activities: Disney offers a wide variety of entertainment, including live stage shows, first-run movies, deck parties, live bands, dancing, nightclubs, karaoke, trivia games, bingo, Disney character meet and greets, seminars, tours, and social gatherings.
Sports and Recreation: Three pools, four whirlpool tubs, fitness center, aerobics studio, walking/jogging track, Ping-Pong, shuffleboard, basketball, and the Wide World of Sports deck (with mini-golf on the Dream Class).
Kids’ Activities: Participation in kids’ programs is included for ages 3–17, with activities and areas for varying age groups. Kids’ shore excursions (other than Castaway Cay programming) are not included, however.
Ports of Call: Stops at all ports on the itinerary are included, as is transportation to the shore by tender (small boat), if necessary. Port charges are included in the price quote, unlike some other cruises.