Disney Wonder Review – Disney Cruise Line

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Reviews of Disney Wonder The Disney Wonder is a ship that is distinguished for its sophisticated design and modern innovation. Along with its sister ship, the Disney Magic, the Disney Wonder was specially constructed with families in mind, combining sleek style with a splash of fun. Today, it is one of the most revered and recognizable ocean liners in the world, inspiring awe wherever it pulls into port.Visit The Mouse for Less Disney Wonder Guide

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    Date of Cruise: March 12 – 15, 2009

    Itinerary: 3 night cruise to Nassau and Castaway Cay

    Cabin Type: Standard Inside

    Be Sure to Try: All of the shows. Broadway caliber!!! Fantastic!!

    General Tips: Talk to your kids about which characters they want to see for sure. Also, plan ahead it is hard to fit everything in if you don’t.

    TheMouseForLess Tips: Be sure to use the beverage station before going into shows.

    Extra Comments and Suggestions: There is alot to do, almost too much for the kids. So, try to pace yourself.

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    Itinerary: 3 night cruise to Nassau and Castaway Cay

    Cabin Type: Category 5, deluxe stateroom with verandah

    Be Sure to Try: Castaway Cay!!! This has to be one of the number one reasons to sail on the Disney Cruise Line – one day at this beautiful paradise is worth the price of the cruise ;)

    General Tips: If you can afford a verandah – even a Navigator’s verandah – do it!! I can’t even explain the feeling of being able to walk out on your own verandah and have coffee, or gaze up at the moonlight reflecting on the open sea.

    Dollarless Tips: Make your reservations as soon as you know your travel dates. This way you will get the best price for your cruise. Disney rarely offers last minute specials; instead they choose to offer lower prices for those who book early. Book with http://www.themagicforless.com to get the Disney Cruise Line savings and an additional MagicforLess Bonus.

    Extra Comments and Suggestions: The Disney Cruise Line has beautiful ships with wonderful public areas and cabins that are larger than many other cruise lines. These cruises are for everyone – families, singles and couples young and old!

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    Date of Cruise: March 25 – 28, 2004

    Itinerary: 3 night cruise to Nassau and Castaway Cay

    Be Sure to Try: The three main shows were incredible. Disney Dreams is a must see. Hercules is a crack up and Golden Mickeys is more traditional Disney. If you have to choose, go by your taste (comedy or traditional).

    General Tips: Think hard about dining times. Dinner takes around 2 hours. This made the 8:30 dinner ending at 10:30 very hard on our children.

    Dollarless Tips: Book very early in a category 11 during a busy season and don’t ask for a specific room, just guaranteed category. Be ready to be happy with your 11 – but hope for an upgrade. We ended up in a category 8.

    Extra Comments and Suggestions: Spend time on the newsgroup before you go. They had a lot of great suggestions.

    Although my ratings were very high, I don’t know if I will cruise again because I just don’t know if it is for me. We had gale force winds with high waves and this did affect my overall opinion. Even if you don’t get motion sick normally, take precautions.

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    Date of Cruise: April 21 – 25, 2002

    Itinerary: 4 night cruise to Nassau, Freeport and Castaway Cay

    Be Sure to Try: The shows, movies, Castaway Cay and Palo. Although we did not try Palo on this cruise, we later tried it on the Magic and found that it is an absolute MUST!

    General Tips: If you’re interested in the Dolphin Encounter, make sure to book before your cruise. We had expected there to be availability if we book as soon as we got onboard, we were wrong. It was booked solid quite a bit before the cruise date.

    Dollarless Tips: For common excursions, it is much less expensive to book at the port than to book it on the ship. Children (at least children 5 and under) are often free when you book at the port, but not free if you book on the ship.

    Extra Comments and Suggestions: Get to know the ports before your cruise so that you’ll know what to expect so that you can make the most out of each port of call.

    The staff on this cruise was incredible! VERY accommodating and attentive. Our kids (2 & 4 years old) absolutely LOVED every moment on the ship and cried when it came time to get off the ship. They have the best children’s program in the cruising industry. Characters were scheduled and seen often on the ship and on Castaway Cay.

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