Disney Wonder in San Diego


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Yesterday watched the Disney Wonder sail out of San Diego. I did a time lapse video which I’ll post online when I get home from visiting here.

I could hear the muster drill going on and the announcements during the drill. One thing that struck me was how the announcements were done in several languages. My goodness that must be mentally exhausting to have to stand/sit through that. The muster drill went on and on.

Not it sure if I’ll ever sail on Disney. I hear the service is outstanding but I think all the children onboard would drive me nuts.

Anyone here ever sail on a Disney ship?

Aren't they more of a kids/family type of cruise line?

I have heard that there a children free areas on Disney. We once had dinner companions that were young professionals (mid 20's) who had sailed on a "family" cruise on Disney. They had expected to hate the trip because of all the children. However, they said they had a great time and look forward to going again as there were several places just for them. I don't see us doing it either, but I've learned to avoid the word "never".

I think I’ll try them out at least once someday. I do read lots of reviews about outstanding service.

Child free areas certainly sound good.

Heading back home today. My favorite ship the Ruby Princess is in my neck of the woods today. Don’t think I’ll be able to get out and see her. Lots to do after I get home.

Disappointing to hear that Ruby will be based in Australia next year. But she will be replaced by the Royal Princess which is cool.

I definitely want to sail them someday, whether I have kids/take them or not lol. But some of you already know I'm a huge Disney person so that wouldn't come as a surprise. I feel like aside from going on the waterslide or eating something near the main pool, much of my pool/deck time would be at the adults-only one that's been mentioned. It looks really nice! I've heard comments from both sides of the coin from people that have sailed: some say the ships are overrun with kids and it's ridiculous, and others say that kids weren't a problem at all and they were anxious for nothing. I'll just need to find out for myself!

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