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Disney Magic Cruise Review to Caribbean - Eastern

Experience: 2-3 cruises
Review: 1
Helpful Votes: 2

Overall Rating:

5 out of 5
Sail Date: April 01, 2006
Ship: Disney Magic
Cabin Type: Inside
Traveled As: Family (young children)
Reviewed: 8 years ago

We set sail on the Disney Magic in April 2006 to the Eastern Caribbean as part of a six week family world tour. Our experience was more than we had hoped it would be. Our four children, 5,9,12 & 13 had an absolutely fabulous time utilising the kids club programmes and enjoying the freedon of shipboard life. Our teenage son especially , found the "Teen Stack" to be a great place to hang out with his new friends. We often did not see him from breakfast time until dinner.
The crew were fantastic and extremely friendly. Our wait staff were wonderful and our cabin "housekeeper" entertained us daily with many and various "towell sculptures" in our superbly clean and well maintained cabins.
The food was superb (Palos was amazing) and the entertainment options provided something for everyone, from the live comedians and Disney musicals to the great choice of new release movies and bingo.
The ease of embarkation and disemmbarkation ,when there are so many passengers onboard, was quite amazing.
This was our first Disney cruise it definitely won't be our last.

Pros: The friendly crew, fabulous food, awesome kids club programmes, palos restuarant,non stop activities

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