Disney Magic Review – Disney Cruise Line

By | August 4, 2010
Embarkation4.754.754.754.754.75
Public Areas55555
Stateroom/Cabin55555
Staff4.754.754.754.754.75
Formal Dining Food4.754.754.754.754.75
Buffet Food44444
Room Service Food4.54.54.54.54.5
Children's Programs55555
Entertainment4.54.54.54.54.5
Spa & Fitness55555
Shore Excursions3.753.753.753.753.75
Cruise Value4.754.754.754.754.75
Debarkation4.54.54.54.54.5
Reviews of Disney Magic The Disney Magic—along with its sister ship, the Disney Wonder—is a cruise liner that blends classic beauty and grace with all the modern luxuries, technology and comforts that make cruising a pleasure. With its distinctive design, signature yellow trim across the stately bow and room to accommodate 2,400 passengers, the Disney Magic is one of the most admired and recognizable ocean liners in the world—making hundreds of trips to dozens of exotic international ports every year.Visit The Mouse for Less Disney Magic Guide

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4 thoughts on “Disney Magic Review – Disney Cruise Line

  1. Guerra
    Embarkation 55555
    Public Areas 55555
    Stateroom/Cabin 55555
    Staff 55555
    Formal Dining Food 44444
    Buffet Food 33333
    Room Service Food 55555
    Children’s Programs 55555
    Entertainment 55555
    Spa & Fitness 55555
    Shore Excursions 44444
    Cruise Value 55555
    Debarkation 55555

    When: Oct. 20-27, 2007 Western Caribbean

    Category: Category 6

    Be Sure to Try: The Shows aboard the Disney Magic were fantastic. Don’t miss them.

    TheMouseForLess Tip: Don’s forget that room service is included in your cruise price, but if you order soft drinks from room service, you will be charged. To save the cost of soft drinks, go up to Deck 9 to the Beverage Station where soft drinks are free, and bring them to you Cabin to enjoy with room service. Don’t forget to tip the server!

  2. The Schreihofer Family
    Embarkation 55555
    Public Areas 55555
    Stateroom/Cabin 55555
    Staff 55555
    Formal Dining Food 55555
    Buffet Food 44444
    Room Service Food 44444
    Children’s Programs 55555
    Entertainment 55555
    Spa & Fitness 55555
    Shore Excursions 44444
    Cruise Value 55555
    Debarkation 55555

    Date of Cruise: February, 2002; March, 2003; February, 2004

    Category: Porthole and Balcony Rooms

    Be Sure to Try: Don’t try to do it all. Leave something to try the next cruise. ENJOY! Use the spa, the Rainforest is a wonderful couples getaway. Use the kids programing and leave the ship with your DH or DW and enjoy the day as an adult only outing. You can make the cruise as complicated or simple as you want. Just ENJOY!

    General Tips: We called a few days before leaving and were upgraded to a Cat. 3 from Cat. 8! YIPEE!! Show up at the MCO early and put someone in line while you check in at the counter. It’ll get you on earlier so you can start your vacation as soon as they start boarding.

    Dollarless Tips: We booked a Jeep this last trip and drove around the Island. Just happened we drove to the same places that the cruise ships took their folks. We just walked in, saved the excursion fees and enjoyed multiple stops!

    Extra tips and comments: We loved and love everything. We usually book Cat. 9, the room is nice and wouldn’t spend the extra money for a balcony, but a window is a must, gotta have daylight.

  3. The Stockwell Family
    Embarkation 55555
    Public Areas 55555
    Stateroom/Cabin 55555
    Staff 44444
    Formal Dining Food 55555
    Buffet Food 44444
    Room Service Food 44444
    Children’s Programs 55555
    Entertainment 44444
    Spa & Fitness 55555
    Shore Excursions 33333
    Cruise Value 44444
    Debarkation 44444

    Date of Cruise: November 1 – 8, 2003

    Itinerary: Eastern Caribbean

    Category: 9 – Outside Cabin

    Be Sure to Try: Palo’s!!! It is a must for everyone IMHO. The service and food is simply incredible!!! Snorkeling at Castaway Cay, shows, movies in the theaters.

    General Tips: Book your cruise as early as you can unless you’re hoping for a Florida Resident discount. Unlike other cruise lines, Disney’s price only goes up as it gets closer to the cruise date. There is never any “last minute sales”. We booked both of our Disney cruises a year prior to the actual cruise and we did not regret it one bit. Be sure you make your Palo’s reservations as early as possible. You are only allowed to book one dinner and one buffet per stateroom. After trying it, we only wish we had more nights available to go.

    Dollarless Tips: If you’re interested in taking excursions that does not take a full day, such as the city tours, glass bottom boats, stingray city, etc., consider booking them at the port rather than through the ship. It is often considerably cheaper.

    If you’re going to purchase anything on the islands from the street vendors, offer to purchase it 30 – 50% of the asking price (unless you’re looking to buy a t-shirt), and don’t be shy to counter offer if they offer a higher price. We’ve been to the Caribbean’s/Bahamas 4 times now and have been able to purchase things at around 50% of asking price most of the time.

    Extra Comments and Suggestions: Study your ports of call prior to your cruise. Each port have their unique specialties. It’s best to be prepared prior to arrival to make the most out of the port.

  4. The Engelhardt Family
    Embarkation 44444
    Public Areas 55555
    Stateroom/Cabin 55555
    Staff 55555
    Formal Dining Food 55555
    Buffet Food 55555
    Room Service Food 55555
    Children’s Programs 55555
    Entertainment 44444
    Spa & Fitness 55555
    Shore Excursions 44444
    Cruise Value 55555
    Debarkation 44444

    Date of Cruise: August 30 – September 6, 2003

    Itinerary: Western Caribbean

    Be Sure to Try: Definitely the food, Palo’s, some time at Serenity Bay at Castaway Cay, Disney Dreams (a show), the wine-tasting, the first-run movies in the theaters.

    General Tips: Book your excursions before you even leave for the cruise, as some tend to fill up quickly. Also, immediately upon boarding the ship, make sure you make your Palo’s reservations. We went as soon as we boarded and there was VERY limited space left.

    Dollarless Tips: Skip getting the pop mug and drink the free juices, teas, coffee, water and hot chocolate instead.

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Embarkation
Public Areas
Stateroom/Cabin
Staff
Formal Dining Food
Buffet Food
Room Service Food
Children's Programs
Entertainment
Spa & Fitness
Shore Excursions
Cruise Value
Debarkation