Aspiring sleuths sharpen problem solving skills with new Disney Cruise Line programming

Little animators at sea (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Little animators at sea (credit: The Walt Disney Company)

Disney News: Kids can solve problems at sea with the Solve It Series

Disney has a pretty solid reputation for being a child-friendly vacation destination so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that this is the case even with the company’s cruise line. Thanks to some innovative new Disney programming, vacationing aboard Disney cruise ships offers more fun for kids between the ages of 3 and 12 than ever before!

With most cruise line programming for children, specific activities are available for children of a specific age but not with Disney Cruise Line. Children are able to pick and choose from all of the onboard activities and adventures based on their interests, not their ages. This means that siblings and friends who have gaps in their ages are still able to participate in organized adventures that interest them…together! Children who love a challenge will want to be sure to sign up for the Solve It Series of programming which offers all kinds of fun activities focused on problem solving!

Detective School

Your children will have a ball looking for clues with Detective Goofy to solve a mystery on the ship during Detective School.

Stitch’s Great Adventure

Some lost experiments have to be found and contained so that they don’t cause any trouble on the ship. Kids help Stitch find them all and bring them back to the the Oceaneer Lab in Stitch’s Great Adventure.

Animation Antics and Animation Cels

If you have budding artists on your hands it will be a dream come true when they learn to paint and draw their favorite Disney characters.

Get the Hook!

Oh no! Captain Hook’s hook is missing (on the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream cruise ships)! Kids have to find the clues located around the ship to help get it back. When they do, they’ll be rewarded by the Captain himself.

Tell us…

Which of these onboard activities do you think your children would be most interested in?