H2-Woah! Splashtacular Upper Decks Create Fun in the Sun for Families on the Disney Magic

CELEBRATION, Fla. — Disney Cruise Line offers plenty of fun in the sun on the Disney Magic. With districts dedicated to kids, adults and families alike, an array of wet and wonderful surprises help guests cool off as they enjoy soaking up the rays aboard the Disney Magic.


Water thrills (and spills!) are found on the AquaDunk, a 37-foot-tall body slide that begins with a surprise launch. Riders step inside a translucent tube and await the near-vertical launch that takes place when the floor beneath them opens like a trap door. The drop sends guests on an exhilarating, swift and splashy ride, starting high atop the forward funnel on Deck 13 and ending on Deck 10.

  • Another thrilling feature of the slide is the AquaDunk design – the tube extends 20 feet over the side of the ship.
  • Guests who choose to spectate rather than participate will be able to see the free-falling fun from many vantage points on the top decks. Guests taller than 48 inches can enjoy the AquaDunk.

AquaLab on the Disney Magic

The AquaLab on the Disney Magic provides water fun for everyone. Guests can soak in the sun and get soaked at this interactive water playground open to kids age 3 and older.

In the AquaLab, families can frolic among pop jets, geysers and bubblers in this fun and fanciful 1,800-square-foot space, while the Twist ‘n’ Spout water slides gets them delightfully drenched.  Pop jets scattered around the deck spray randomly while “water boilers” provide a cooling splash with spray churning from their extra-leaky rivets.

Another (and more tame) water slide, the Twist ‘n’ Spout, takes riders through a series of spirals and turns, with three large loops turning them in opposite directions.

Tots up to age 3 are invited to play in the new Nephews’ Splash Zone, a splash-a-second space dedicated to interactive fun and starring Donald Duck’s mischievous nephews, Huey, Dewey and Louie. The area features all sorts of water play with pop jets, squirting figures of Donald Duck’s nephews and plenty of high seas hijinks they’ve created for “Unca Donald.”

Fun in the Sun for the Whole Family

Goofy’s Pool is a place where families gather to enjoy all of the activities up on deck. Overlooking Donald’s Pool, the giant Funnel Vision LED screen, more than 30 feet wide and 18 feet high, shows Disney films, television shows and live broadcast events.

Sun-Drenched Serenity for Adults

At Quiet Cove Pool, guests ages 18 and older find a secluded adults-only district dedicated to lounging, sipping and soaking. After a dip, adults can unwind in a whirlpool spa, relax in a chaise lounge and indulge in a cool beverage from Signals Bar – an open-air watering hole offering beer, wine and cocktails.

 A Disney Cruise Line guest favorite, Cove Cafe is a chic poolside lounge offering gourmet coffees, teas, specialty drinks and treats throughout the day.

Wide World of Sports 

  • Wide World of Sports features basketball courts, ping-pong tables and holds fitness and recreational sports actitivites for all age groups on deck 10, forward.

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