Staying active is easy to do while sailing on a Disney cruise ship, and the top deck is where the majority of sports activities are – including the Wide World of Sports Deck. Like just about every activity on the cruise ship, these areas are available to all guests, free to use, and based on a first come first serve basis. This area includes a netted basketball court/dogeball court soccer nets, ping pong tables, foosball, and more! On some of the larger ships there is a digital sports deck with even more options for a fee and a mini golf course!
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Wide World of Sports
Disney Cruise Ships
Deck 4, 9 & 10
Of course, there are tons of other activities all over the ship! There is a full service gym on Deck 9 that is also free to use, adjoined by a spa and sauna. If you want to go swimming, you’ll have three different pools to choose from depending on your tastes on Deck 9. On Deck 4, you can enjoy a running track with an ocean view that covers a third of a mile in one lap, along with a shuffleboard court as well.
Needless to say, if you want to stay active during your cruise, as opposed to just eating all day long which is our preference, there is no shortage of things to do. The laid back atmosphere of the cruise is a great opportunity for a pick up game, a leisurely competition of table tennis, or a fun day playing while taking in a great view.
► For Kids: There is a reason Disney is ranked the #1 cruise ship for families. It’s incredible! Now granted, the only cruise ship we have to compare it to is Carnival’s two ton trailer, but kids of all ages will love the experience that Disney has to offer.
Would you be frustrated at sea without your favorite sport, or does Disney have you covered? We aren’t crazy about sports in general, but we do love a good work-out. Check out our review of Disney Cruise Senses Spa & Gym!
► Nap-Time Version: Complete run down of the sports activities available on the Disney Cruise ships.