32nd Anniversary Cruise: Disney Fantasy Cruise Review by HeyHeyJP
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32nd Anniversary Cruise
Destination: Eastern Caribbean
Embarkation: Port Canaveral (Orlando)
The Fantasy is much like the Dream, but Disney listened to the complaints about the adult pool area on the Dream and really stepped it up a notch on the Fantasy. There are now 3 water features in the expanded adult area and PLENTY of chairs, both in and out of the sun. Two bars service the areas. My only complaint was that moms started bringing their toddler up and plopping them in the shallow adult pool. Of course, Disney just turns a blind eye to this. However, we just moved to Satellite Falls and let them be.
The food was pretty good. Some dishes like the Beef Wellington with Mushroom instead of liver pate was excellent, some others were just OK. But no one went hungry.
The stage shows, as always, lived up to Disney standards. The More comedian and juggler were OK, but nothing great.
Port of calls were St. Martin, St. Thomas/St. John and Disney's Castaway Cay. No tendering was required. We didn't get off the ship at St. Thomas as we were doing what we liked best - spending dollars at the Serenity Spa. Massages, Acupuncture (our first time trying this) and pedicures/manicures (for the guys, no polish except for a Mickey head on the big toe). We also bought cruise long passes to the Rainforest - an area of the spa with multiple themed, aromatherapy showers - steam room, sauna, heated loungers and two hot tubs overlooking the sea. We used the Rainforest every day except one.
For those wondering if a Disney cruise is fun for an adult, I'd say yes unless you want to gamble as there's no casino. Of course, you WILL see Disney characters all the time, and lots of kids if you're not in the adult area. Less
Cabin review: 8536
Lots of space for clothes. Bags fit under the bed. GREAT bed and bedding. Great location just 3 doors down from elevator. Easy access to adult areas just 3 decks up.
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