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All Grown Up on the Disney Magic: For Adults

By Diana Stone |

All Grown Up on the Disney Magic: For AdultsOften, when I thought of a Disney cruise, I thought of somewhere you went with 3 kids and the knowledge that the entire time you’d be surrounded by a billion screaming children, ice cream, tantrums, and diaper bins.

Wrong. Oh, so wrong.

Disney has created the almost effortless appeal to both adults and children. Even adults without kids ::gasp:: sailed. And had an amazing time. Heck – after going with Bella? I’d go without her and just Sam if we had to do a cruise with just us two.

It would totally be more fun to take her though. Seeing her face was beyond worth it.

There were adult-only pool/lounge areas. Dinners were all beautifully done and the food was a work of art. Dancing, drinks, theater, movies. I saw many couples on their honeymoon or just there for the indulgence Disney does so well.

I told Sam when I got home, “I’ve never been on another cruise line, but I’d never try one after Disney. We’d only go with them.” I mean it, they really were that fantastic and well done.

Read on to find out how they made it so adult friendly while keeping the kids happy and safe.

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Things to do for Adults who Cruise with Disney


The Disney Magic highlight for adults. This upscale, detail oriented restaurant features a brunch and dinner service. Food is elegantly prepared, and only adults 18+ are allowed with a dress code enforced. Well worth the bit of extra money you need to pay for a night to remember.


Huge thanks to Disney for sending Bella and I on their cruise line. All opinions are my own.


Diana blogs on raising a toddler daughter and the loss of her twin boys on the aptly named Hormonal ImbalancesSmaller glimpses into her day are on TwitterFacebook, and Pinterest.



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Diana Stone blogs at Diana Wrote about her life with a daughter here and three sons in heaven, life as an army wife, and her faith. Smaller glimpses into her day are on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Read bio and latest posts → Read Diana's latest posts →

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