Disney Wonder Cruise Review to Caribbean - Bahamas

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5 out of 5

Is there such a thing as a fun overload?

Sail Date: October 01, 2007

Reviewed: 9 years ago

Traveled As: Family (older children)

Room Type: Balcony

Is there such a thing as a fun overload? Can you have too much fun on a 3 night cruise?
If the answer to this is yes then its a Disney cruise.
A three day Disney Cruise is the most fun you can have in 3 days and guess what its all good clean fun, no smut, no cursing, just great fun.
There is so much to do you just cant fit it all in, you can go back 10 times and still be amazed with what this great cruise line offers.
From the easy check in to an even easier check out from the moment you arrive at the terminal Disney makes it a seamless experience.
They quite literally go overboard to please you and make sure your vacation is as exciting as it can be.
Disney cruises have something for everyone its not just about the kids, from 7 to 70, 9 to 90 DCL will entertain you with its amazing array of activities and amenities for all ages.

From Broadway style and standard shows fine dining which rotates through a different restaurant each evening, your dinning room staff stay with you during your cruise and will attend to your every need.

Staterooms are impeccable and your stateroom attendant will discretely attend to your room with a minimum of fuss or disruption to you.

Castaway Cay is Disneys Private Island in the Bahamas, you can snorkel, Jet Ski kayak or just relax at the adult only beach on the island, and they have built a jetty on the island so guests can walk ashore. A recent addition to the Island is the ghost ship featured in Pirates of the Caribbean. Stores in Nassau have now realized that the pirate phenomenon created by the 3 Disney movies is a great money spinner and they now stock a variety of pirate attire and accessories.

DCL is the only cruise line allowed to have a live firework display at sea from a moving vessel, this creates a fantastic finale to the open air Pirate party which takes place on every Bahamian tour.

If you only take one cruise in your lifetime do it on Disney Cruise Line you will not be disappointed.

Pros: Disney Crew Memebrs every last one of them

Cons: Personally Tritons restaurant

Recommends Disney Wonder? Yes!

Ship Quality
The whole ship is fantastic, we cant wait for the new Disney ships to be built to see how they can improve on an already outstanding formula
Food and Dining
This was our second cruise on the Wonder, our 19 year old daughter suffesr from severe food allergies, the Chef from Parrot Cay his team and the dining staff took great care to give her as pleasurable a dinning experience as everyone else. When we sailed on Royal Caribbean they gave the same food each evening
Cabin / Stateroom
Family room with verandah, on deck 7 aft absolutely brilliant
Service and Staff
We made friends with the entertainment staff we we only onboard for 3 nights but some are comming to visit us at our home in Orlando
Superb something for everyone go back 10 times you still wont do everything
Children's Programs
Our kids are adults but we are all kids at heart and no one does it better than Disney

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