It is amazing how much better I feel about everything after a nice day off. Anyway, let’s get back to our discussion about which ships have lots for you to do on board.
- The first one we are going to look at today is Disney’s Fantasy. Everyone who reads this blog knows how much I like Disney and how family friendly they are. We’re starting by talking about their AquaDuck which is on their upper deck. What is it, you ask? This is a tubular water coaster. I think that this is for somewhat older kids, but probably not for teens either. Their Mickey Pool has its own water slide. At their Donald Pool, you can watch movies while you are swimming. They have adult pools too, and one is called Quiet Cove. They do have a sports court as well. Be on guard, ha ha, anywhere on this ship you might run into Disney characters. You might want to keep a little notebook to get those autographs. Disney has some of the biggest and best kids’ clubs, knowing that children and parents don’t want to spend all of their time together. You will also never go hungry on this ship. They have everything from all day buffets to sit down restaurants.
- And now let’s take a look at the Queen Mary 2. This is a ship that goes back and forth across the Atlantic more than anything, so you should have plenty of sea days. They will have several pools you will be choosing from. You will have access to sports courts and walking tracks. You will always have interesting people to meet, as well as classes you can take to learn about any number of things. They also have a great salon and spa. They have several dining options you can choose from.