We just returned from an absolute AMAZING Bahama cruise on the Magic. Disney did not disappoint and met and even exceeded our expectations. It was our first Disney Cruise but definitely not our last. Dining rooms, food, and servers were absolutely top notch. The production shows were so entertaining. Our two boys loved the aqua dunk. We stayed on the ship while at Nassau and the boys never had to wait in a line. Castaway Cay was an amazing private island. I want to live there. The only distraction was having our rooms very back (aft) on deck 2. Every morning during docking in ports, you could hear the thrusters engage for what seemed 30 minutes or more. We never needed an alarm clock because of this. Earplugs muffled it a little but I would recommend booking midship or higher deck.
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