Disney Cruise Line Ship Spotlight: Disney Magic
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The Senses Spa has been updated in a soothing contemporary decor and includes Couples Villas, romantic retreats where twosomes can indulge in a side-by-side massage and spend time together in a private, open-air Jacuzzi.
At Marvel's Avengers Academy in the Oceaneer Club, kids ages 3 to 12 can do a multi-day superhero training program based on Marvel comics characters including Captain America, Iron Man and Thor. Disney's first shipboard Marvel tie-in includes a virtual reality game to become Iron Man and missions to fight super-villain Red Skull. Captain America himself makes appearances shipboard.
Dining The new Cariocas restaurant features a Brazilian-influenced menu with such dishes as impressively presented churrascaria-style meats and rum-marinated swordfish, in a space done up with Latin flair including colorful lighted lanterns.
Don't miss the 37-foot-tall AquaDunk body slide. You climb a tall staircase to the top of the ship's red funnel and lie down in a translucent "time capsule." Water rushes down your back, you listen to Donald Duck do the countdown and then a trap door opens and you plunge and whirl feet first -- including a 20-foot section that extends off the ship -- before a splashy water landing. It's a blast. (You must be at least 48 inches tall to ride.)
Bahamas, 3 nights
Eastbound Transatlantic, 14 nights
Mediterranean, 4, 5, 7, 9 and 12 nights
Southern Caribbean, 7 nights
Western Caribbean, 4, 6 and 7 nights
Westbound Transatlantic, 12 nights
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