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Activities for Teens
Activities for Teens
Teens are perhaps the hardest to please onboard, given their widely varying interests and levels of maturity. Some are perfectly happy to swim all day or play video games. Others prefer to hang out with the adults. Still others want to socialize with other teens and party. If your teen prefers more family-oriented activities, we refer you to the previous page. Read on for Disney’s teen-oriented places and events:
Note: Disney defines a teen as a 14- to 17-year-old. Older teens (18 and 19) are considered adults (although drinking age is still 21 and up).
Personal Navigators—Teens may have their own version of the daily schedule in the teen club (see below). The teen version lists teen activities for the day and what’s coming up.
Vibe on the Disney Magic
Vibe Teens Club—A teens-only (ages 14–17) hangout is located on all ships, but with some differences. Vibe on the Magic Class ships is located on deck 11 midship, inside the ship’s aft stack! On the Magic, Vibe has huge windows dominating the large dance floor, flanked by chairs, tables, and a bar. In March 2018, Vibe on the Magic transformed into an urban loft theme with a new coffee and smoothie bar. On the Wonder, Vibe has more of a big-city loft feel to it, with lots of comfy couches, brick walls, and a big table. Both clubs serve smoothies and non-alcoholic drinks at their bars. Tucked in the corner are three Internet terminals (same rates apply—see page 210). Flat-panel screens are scattered throughout the clubs, offering a playlist of music videos that are shown on state-of-the-art TVs (including one giant-screen TV). In the back behind glass doors is an intimate little area with more comfy chairs, video screens, and a great view. Both clubs schedule plenty of parties, games, trivia, and karaoke during the cruise—the Personal Navigator lists activities and times. The teen-only clubs also serve as an assembly spot for teen activities elsewhere on the ship, such as group events at the pool, group lunches, or a dance at D Lounge. On the Dream Class ships, Vibe is found on deck 5 forward. It has a boldly-colored, modern look, with dramatically curved walls and furnishings. There are large indoor areas with spaces dedicated to lounging, dancing, watching movies, playing video games, and surfing the web. Several video game stations are in oval alcoves set in the walls, the player reclining like an astronaut, looking up at the video display. Other areas, for group video play, use wall-size screens. The bar serves complimentary smoothies. The teens also have an adjoining, exclusive outdoor sun deck with space for sunning, deck games, and cooling off in small pools and mist fountains. Access to Vibe is by special key card, which replaces the teens’ Key to the World cards.
Vibe’s outdoor sundeck on the Dream
Top Photo Slice: Vibe on the Fantasy (℗ 35320) Photo contributed by © dizneediva
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