The first water coaster at sea can be found here, on the Disney Dream. The acrylic tube allows you to see everything that the eyes will allow. Single riders must be 54", shared riders must be 42" and ride with an adult. My mom and I had a blast on the coaster on the final night of our cruise. They keep it open until midnight. I think we went on it 9 or 10 times because there were no lines. Keep in mind that the lines were running 45 minutes during the day.
This two feet deep pool is designed for young children. Games are hosted throughout the day and give your child an opportunity to get involved. Mickey's Pool Slide for the younger ones is a great way to splash away on a sunny day! Keep in mind, your child must be toilet trained to use this pool. It did get crowded during the day, as many children wanted to go swimming.
This is the pool designed for families to enjoy together. The center of Donald's pool reaches approximately 5 feet. The edges are shelf-like for a cooling or sunbathing experience. In the evenings the pool is covered to make way for deck parties like Pirates in the Caribbean.
Quiet Cove Pool
This 18-and-older pool area is dedicated to serene relaxation and sunning. The Quiet Cove Pool includes the Cove Bar that has seats in the pool to keep your feet cool on a hot cruising day. There is a 4-foot deep plunge pool and a 6-inch deep sunbathing pool to enjoy out in the open air. Under the canopy you can find two bubbling hot tubs with acrylic floors that give you a view 11-decks down to the sea.