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One of the great activities that people of all ages love to indulge in once they get on their cruise is to head over to the pool area and enjoy the water. On a Disney Cruise ship, you will find that they have put a lot of thought into this area.

The Disney Dream is the newest ship in the fleet and if you are looking for a pool for the children to relax in there are a few to choose from.

Mickey’s Pool
This is the perfect pool for the younger children. It is only 2 feet deep so there is no fear of accidents occurring. The shape of the pool has been designed to resemble Mickey Mouse’s head and it is filled with freshwater so the children can splash around all day long.

Donald’s Pool
This particular pool has been shaped to resemble Donald Duck’s head. This is also a freshwater pool and it has a maximum depth of 5 feet 3inches. This is a place for all the family to come together and enjoy a dip in the water.

Both Mickey’s pool and Donald’s pool are located in the centre of Deck 11. The pools stay open all day long and there is also a fantastic cinema screen. This giant screen shows different Disney movies all day long so you can enjoy watching something like Finding Nemo, The Princess and The Frog and many other Disney films.

The pool space also transforms into a flat deck area when it is time for a Disney Deck party. This occurs on the first day of the cruise where the whole family are entertained by the Disney Cruise Line Sailing away party. This is the first time where you will get to meet some of the Disney characters including Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Minnie Mouse, Goofy and Pluto the dog.

The AquaDuck
The AquaDuck is an amazing water coaster slide that circles the whole deck of the ship. It measures 765 feet in length and actually goes off the side of the ship and returns. The entrance is found on Deck 12 where you have to climb up one flight of stairs to get to your raft. Once you reach the top, the helpful attendant assists you as you sit comfortably in your raft. There is a height restriction and younger children have to be accompanied by an adult.

Nemo’s Reef
This is the cool place to be if you are a toddler. Here you will find that there is an enclosed area that has been designed to look like the bottom of the ocean just like the Disney Pixar movie Finding Nemo. There are lots of water jets and fountains that will bring joy and laughter to your little one’s face. There he or she will enjoy playing with the brightly coloured fish that squirt water from their mouths.

These water pools have been designed to keep children of all ages happily entertained as well as nice and cool under the hot Caribbean sun. Once they get into one of the pools, you may have a tough time trying to get them out again.

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