We are taking the Disney Wonder next January and bringing my parents along with us and the kids. What type of things are there for people like my parents - is there a driving range ? Classes of any type ?
I sailed on the Disney Magic Sept. 2000 (7 nights) and found there wasn't much for adults to do in the evenings besides sit and listen to music or watch a movie in the theater. My kids had a great time, though. My advice: get a balcony cabin and bring lots of books and spend the evenings taking in the fresh air on your balcony while you read.
I have been on 3 Disney cruises and would disagree with the above information. They is a comedy club, several nightclubs, lectures, movies, shows, wine tastings, bingo, bridge and kitchen tours, spa treatments and so much more.
We found more activities for adults aboard our Disney cruises versus that on Royal Caribbean.
There are no driving ranges aboard Disney ships. However, there is plenty to keep one busy. WIth Wonder sailings you will be quite port intensive, so there is plenty to see ashore to capture one's attention as well.