Disney Dream Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

Third Mate

7+ cruises


Helpful Votes

5 out of 5

Disney provides best multi-generational experiences

Sail Date: November 30, 2015

Reviewed: 10 months ago

Traveled As: Family w/young children

Room Type: Balcony

Disney Cruise line is a great family experience.The ships out of Port Canaveral are in a terminal owned  Disney.Check In is fast and the younger ones are entertained by many Disney characters .Our grandchildren were  happy to be there!From check in to check out all is handled by dedicated employees,whose goal is for the family to have an unforgettable experience.Unlike many other lines,on the last day you are served breakfast with choices from the menu(by your regular wait staff).After breakfast,there is no wait for a certain color to be called,you just exit the ship to the terminal!Our grandchildren already talking about the "next time".Our favorite memory is Castaway Cay which is like a movie set with palm trees,hammocks,and beautiful Caribbean beaches.

Cabin / Stateroom
THe split bathroom is a great idea.
Embarkation and Disembarkation
The BEST Absolutely
Ship Quality
Destinations and Excursions
Onboard Activities
Children's Programs
Service and Staff
Food and Dining


Wear your bathing suit under your clothes when you board,and you can begin enjoying the water fun immediately and not wait for your luggage to "catch up" with you

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