Tour of the Disney Magic, part two- Beat Street

Passing through past the elevators, across from Helmsman Mickey you will find Beat Street.

Beat Street is an area on the Magic where families can enjoy during the day. You will find family activities and might even need to meet for your excursions here as well. After 9 o’clock in the evening – this area is for those 18 years and older.

The first club you will encounter is Rockin D Bar. This is the ship’s nightclub where you can have a family dance party at 7:30pm and then watch an adults only comedian before you dance the night away to the ship’s house band once the area become 18 and older only.

The next area you will come across is Sessions, the piano bar on board. Here is where the concierge guests are treated to an exclusive welcome reception and it is also where you can participate in a martini tasting as well. The ship’s pianist (currently, Tim Moss) plays 4 piano “sessions” each night. This area is also only for those 18 and older a bit earlier than the rest of Beat Street- 6pm.

 The theming in Beat Street is certainly over the top. The walls, carpeting, lighting, even the elevators..

An onboard Duty Free shop, UpBeat, will also be found here as well:

The last section you will come across on Beat Street is Diversions- the ship’s sports bar. This is MUCH bigger than the sports bar on the Fantasy we reviewed in March.  There are plenty of TVs to catch whichever game is on during your cruise as well as plenty of appetizers to munch on during the game. Generally here on your first night of the cruise, this is where the 18-21 year old will meet during an organized social as well. They also offer 2 for 1 specials here as well from 7:30-8:15pm.


Up next? The adults only, $20 per person up charge Palo restaurant!

For more information about cruising on the Magic, including sailing from$499 PER PERSON IN SEPTEMBER from New York to Canada on the Disney Magic, please contact Castle Dreams Travel .

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