Disney Wonder Cruise Review
We sailed on the Disney Wonder for a 3-day cruise on August 29th. We have two teen-aged sons, ages 15 and 16. We also took along a friend of one of our sons, and we traveled with another family with a 17-year-old son.Embarkation was fast and easy. Food was very good and the service was great.Our kids loved our servers: Mercel and Salva.We stayed in a family stateroom with a veranda. It was great. Loved looking out at the water at night.There was something to do every minute and the kids were never bored. They spent a lot of time in Common Grounds, a place for teens only. They met a ton of kids from every where, and were sad to say goodbye at the end of the cruise, but names, numbers and e-mail addresses were given to all. Some of the kids were talking about getting their parents to all book a cruise at the same time next year. We are thinking about the private island, Castaway Cay. It was so beautiful and peaceful for us. The kids went to the teen beach and we went to the adult beach.Everything went smooth, and easy, Disney has everything down perfect. We had a wonderful time, a tip for you about dinner times, we had the second seating, and we loved it. We did not have to rush to get ready after a full day of play, and you won't be hungry because there is lots of food around for you at any time of the day or night. The best part of second seating is, the day you leave, second seating people don't have to get up and out as early as the early seating do. They had to be up and out to breakfast at 7:00, and second seating people got an hour later, which was nice because we needed the extra time after partying on deck the last night.There was a deck party and lots of stuff going on right up until the end. It was a blast. We are going to book a cruise again next year.