You would think there would be kids all over the ship. But, the kids clubs are so well organized you really don't see them much. I had taken my mom who’s in her 80's and her sister on the Wonder. They couldn't get over how you didn't see or hear many children. The children that we did see were well behaved. You don't have the overly-tired irritable parents and children that you would see at the parks; it's not that type of vacation.
I think you can enjoy a Disney cruise as adults; not just because of the adult only areas but because of the unique children programs that keep the children busy.
I agree. My husband and I took a Disney cruise without kids and I can honestly say we didn't see many kids at all. In the dining room we were seated with people who did not have kids on board. I have seen more kids out and about on the other ships I've been on. Totally opposite of what I would have expected.
I have been on the Carnival Glory and on the Disney Wonder. I hated the kids on the Carnival Glory. There were no adult only areas except the casino. The hot tub was filled with kids jumping in and out of it. On the Wonder, it was heavenly, only adults enjoying the hot tub. I love kids, don't get me wrong, but it was nice to enjoy not having mine around.
My Girlfriend Hates being around kids and we are going on our third Disney Cruise in Dec... Just came back from a Norwegien cruise it was nice but I love the fact that Disney has an Adult only pool and area on the beach so you can relax in peace. And Palo rocks