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Review: Disney Cruise

Cruise - Ocean Cruise

United States

Disney for adults

  • By SilverTraveller Deborahp

    2 reviews

  • May 2017
  • Adult family
  • Getting to another destination
  • Balcony

Yes you can do a Disney Cruise as an adult without children. Seven days cruising around the Caribbean. The ship had an adults only deck, not a child or Disney character in sight. Missing the Disney experience just wonder round the ship it’s all there and just as you would expect 5*. Different restaurant ever night with your waiters following making it very easy and comfortable. More relaxed dining on one of the top decks should you want a change, or room service if tired after a day sightseeing. Everything on board is 5* highly recommend. Cabins spacious and house keeping pristine, we felt very special and much care was taken to make your experience a once in a lifetime holiday.

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  • Deborahp
    11 days ago
    I was trying to say that you don’t need children to go on a Disney Cruise and you can be immersed in everything Disney or there are spaces where you can get away from it all. My family and I love Disney and adult only holidays aren’t something I’ve considered. Try a Disney Cruise and enjoy the family shows and the evening adult only shows, something for everyone.
  • ESW
    12 days ago
    Sorry am I missing something here.... why is this a Disney cruise? Why would you choose to go on a Disney cruise and then avoid the Disney bit?