• On Aug 2, 2016
    Roseann from NJ Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    We are considering booking the Disney Magic to Nova Scotia in October. Are the temperatures warm enough to use the pools?

    Welcome aboard, Roseann! What a magical sailing that will be! A fall adventure to Nova Scotia with Disney Cruise Line is such a wonderful way to enjoy the sights and flavors of the Canadian coastline at that time of year! You're in for such fun!

    The temperatures will be chillier that time of year, probably in the 50's, but rest assured that even on cooler, breezy days and nights at sea, the Disney Magic's pools are heated when the temperature drops below 75 degrees, so you can expect a pleasant swim even if the air is chilly! If guests can swim in the heated pools as they sail through the frozen areas of Alaska, you can be sure that there will be lots of swimming going on onboard the Magic this fall in Canada as well! 

    Have fun as you count down these last couple of months until you set sail! Happy cruising!
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Meet the Panelist: Marcy, Ohio

Welcome aboard! I'm the mom of two tween/teen Castaway Clubbers who would live on any of the Disney ships if they could. I would love to help your family discover the magic that awaits you on the open seas with Disney Cruise Line. Learn More About Marcy

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