NEW ORLEANS (NOLA WEEKEND) - Disney Cruise Line officials say the experience aboard the Disney Wonder is like three vacations in one.
While Disney is renowned for its family time, activities on the ship also include adult-exclusive entertainment, assistant cruise director Lee Hawkins said.
On board, there’s a splash of Crescent City charm. Inspired by Disney’s animated film, “Princess and the Frog,” Tiana’s Place gives a taste of local flavor.
“Well, in Tiana’s you will for sure taste the beautiful flavors of New Orleans,” hotel director Alberto Besco said.
The restaurant is just one of three family dining options on the ship.
“Of course, we want to offer great food for our guests from all ages, but we also want to immerse them in the story that Disney only can tell,” Besco said.
And in the French Quarter Lounge, guests can feel the Big Easy spirit, while the bar serves spirits.
For the young, and the young at heart, Disney’s storytelling magic also dazzles fans with live shows. And parents can take a break while little ones play the day away.
Kids clubs on board, like the Oceaneer’s Club, let imaginations sail free.
“The kids get to learn how to become their own superhero, with superhero training,” entertainment manager David Hunt said.
And cruises travel to a variety of Caribbean destinations, spots like Jamaica and Grand Cayman.
“There’s something truly exciting about each adventurous port that we do visit,” Hawkins said.
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