Mom And Daughter Laughing together on Hammock at beach
  • On Apr 2, 2011
    Margaret from WV 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.

    I travelled with my two youngest daughters on the Wonder last summer. My now, 17-year old will be over 18 when we cruise again but she wants an experience like Aloft on our next cruise. I am not seeing anything for the young adult/college age crowd.

    Hi, Margaret!

    As my 16-year-old son inches ever so closely to adulthood, I too am scoping out those on board activities he can someday enjoy as a college student without bumping into mom and dad or younger siblings. Rest assured that although young adults can participate and enjoy such things as adult clubs, spas, adult-exclusive dining and adult areas of Castaway Cay -- Disney cast and crew are adept at segmenting this group from other adults with meeting places, times and activities designed just for them. They want them to mix and mingle with young adults in the same age and stage of life -- making sure they have "off-the-hook" entertainment without cramping their style (or causing a ruckus)!

    You may not see dedicated spaces for the young adult/college crowd, but there are plenty of activities and events scheduled to keep them busy, entertained and enjoying their experience with or without you.  Consult your Personal Navigator once you're on board. Have a wonderful day and a magical vacation!

    Bon voyage!

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