Disney cruise ship sets sail out of So. Fla.
MIAMI (WSVN) -- All aboard as Disney sets sail from Port Miami, Friday.
Princesses and many more of your Disney favorites join the fun when you set sail on a Disney Cruise.
Fun at the Oceaneer Lab where kids get to explore music, art and science. It's also where the video game competition gets fierce.
The club is one of five activity centers for kids aboard the Wonder, each designed with age in mind from 3 months old to 17 years old.
Its no surprise-- kids love it. "My favorite part is when I bump into princesses and stuff," said Molly Pianin.
Manager of Youth Activities Carole Rosenblat said, "We bake cookies, we do-si-do with Snow White."
From playing at the Peter Pan Neverland-inspired Oceaneer Club to showing off those swim skills at the pools. "We do lots of fun things, and then there's these fun programs that we do with the counselors," said activity enthusiast Micaela Botha.
Animator's Pallette is a kid favorite. Black and white walls come alive with color as you eat.
But the real magic happens when kids discover their favorite characters are vacationing with them, on the ship ... and at Disney's Private island Castaway Cay.
"Both kids and adults have a good time. When you get on board the ship there are dedicated areas just for the children and a section for the adults as well," said Cruise Director Christiaan Abbot.
Nothing says grown-ups-only like Route 66. It's an onboard entertainment district home to piano lounges, sports bars and dance clubs. "They can party until the nightclub closes, when the last guest leaves" said Scott Botha.
Massages and treatments at the Vista Spa or do nothing at all and lounge pool-side at the adults-only Quiet Cove area or in the steam and aromatherapy rooms of the spa's Rain Forest. When it's time to eat, adults get their private retreat.
Also, an adults-only Palo restaurant offers northern Italian cuisine in a serene and sophisticated dining room that also serves up signature cocktails.
Adults will also find quiet areas throughout the ship to grab a coffee, a glass of wine, read a book or surf the web.
Just when you were starting to feel too much like an adult, let loose and feel like a kid again at the Walt Disney Theater, home to musicals and stage shows that everyone can enjoy.
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