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Date Published: February 14, 2003
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Disney’s Aladdin Goes to Sea
Kids aboard Disney Cruise Line ships can now treat their imaginations to flying carpets, magic lamps and genies in the newest children’s programming themed after  Disney’s animated feature, Aladdin. 

Aladdin’s Fun Adventures is designed for three and four year olds, highlights include: 

Kids “fly” magic carpets through the nights of Arabia

A treasure hunt for “jewels” ensues through the Cave of Wonders

Aladdin characters become the subjects of memory games and sing-along songs

Here are some highlights of activities specifically designed with different age groups in mind. 


Disney’s Oceaneer Club for 3-4 and 5-7 age groups:

Mouseketeer Training-complete with an inspection by Mickey Mouse

Do Si Do in the “Dance of the Seven Dwarfs” with Disney’s leading lady, Snow White

Gases In Action - where kids learn all about wacky science

Goofy’s Giggle Gala Slumber Party


Disney’s Oceaneer Lab for 8-9 and 10-12 age groups:

Apprentice’s Workshop - become a young science apprentice and make batches of Flubber

Goofy Files - become a private investigator

Splish Splash Pool Party - at the Micky Pool

Animation, “So That’s How They Did It” - learn to create your own animation cell


Common Grounds for teens ages 13-17 with a New York-style coffee house theme:

Gotcha! - strategy, deception and intrigue challenge teens through a day long game

Spring Break Party - on the beach at Castaway Cay

Younger kids find comfort at the expanded Flounder’s Reef Nursery, which provides a full-service nursery for those ages 12 weeks to 3 years for additional fees.

Pagers are available to parents with children in the programming areas so that they’re never out of reach while enjoying the ship’s adults-only areas.  In addition, children are provided with wristbands identifying the child's name, parent's pager number and any allergies they may have.
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