The Disney cruise should be lots of fun, especially if you're into Disney. I have only been on the Disney Magic (June 2003) and at first I was worried about there being a bunch of kids running around, too. Nothing wrong with kids, I was just hoping that there would be adult things to do since it's a cruise. I was happy to find that there are many things for adults only where no kids are allowed. There's a spa, lounge, bar, night club with daily entertainment, Palo's restaurant, an adult pool, and even an adult section on Castaway Cay. If you go to the movie theater during the day or early evening there's liable to be a lot of kids, but you can try to catch a later movie. Also, try to catch one of the live shows. There will be lots of kids in the audience with their parents, but it would still be fun to go. Look for photo ops with the characters as well. My fiance and I have a great photo of the two of us with Capitan Hook and Wendy.