Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Activities for Kids (continued)

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Fun with the Midship Detective Agency

Midship Detective Agency—These self-paced, detective-themed, interactive adventures on the Dream Class ships take kids (and adults) sleuthing all over the ship. Hold your game card in front of an Enchanted Artwork, to unlock an entirely different experience. Game cards and “crime scene maps” are distributed on deck 5 midship. Three different sleuthing adventures ensure variety!

Castaway Cay—Kids' program activities move to Scuttle’s Cove at Castaway Cay, with an all-day schedule of activities for kids 3-10.

Wondering about letting your kids roam free onboard? It depends on their age and maturity. A general guideline is that kids 8–9 may be given some onboard freedom, while kids 10 and up can move about independently. This is in line with Disney’s policies at the Oceaneer Club and Lab. If you let your kids loose, set down ground rules, such as no playing in elevators and keep in touch. Set meeting times for meals, shows, and family activities.

Pagers are no longer issued to the parents of kids' program participants. The portable Wave Phones that are supplied in each stateroom are now used for this purpose.

Disney Cruise Line now issues electronic wristbands to kids' program participants, like the MagicBands at Walt Disney World. “Radio frequency identification” allows older children to check in and out by tapping a sensor with tag-embedded wristbands (shown in photo on page 201).

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Top Photo Slice: Oceaneer Lab on the Disney Dream (℗ 32231) Photo contributed by © iloverags2



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