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7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral

7 Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral (Orlando)

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Itinerary

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  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cozumel
  • Day 4
    Grand Cayman (Georgetown)
  • Day 5
    Falmouth
  • Day 6
    Cruising
  • Day 7
    Castaway Cay
  • Day 8
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)

Disney Fantasy

Disney Fantasy - Disney Cruise Line

Pros

Phenomenal kids clubs, unbelievable entertainment and plenty of adults-only spaces

Cons

Disney's price point is higher than that of other cruise lines

Bottom Line

Kids will love it, but so will adults


Cruise Reviews

In general I think Disney does a terrific job of embarkation and disembarkation compared to other cruise lines I’ve experienced. There is a line to stand in to get your initial embarkation “ticket”, and the woman who served us was a ... Read More
In general I think Disney does a terrific job of embarkation and disembarkation compared to other cruise lines I’ve experienced. There is a line to stand in to get your initial embarkation “ticket”, and the woman who served us was a bit of an idiot, including writing the wrong stateroom numbers on our boarding passes, but otherwise it was smooth. The only other thing which was TERRIBLY annoying at embarkation is that they don’t tell you you cannot bring any food on board so the many $$ of snacks we had with us were all thrown away. Disembarkation was similarly smooth except at Disney Cay because our arrival was so delayed that there were huge crowds waiting to get off and it was a long time before they got things organized and started letting people off. The staterooms are very spacious and well appointed. Only two annoyances - first, we had side by side staterooms and wanted the decks to be left adjoining but regardless of repeated requests it never happened; also, one day when I was relaxing and reading on my deck they were washing the deck above me and soaked me with dirty water - not cool! It was very annoying that they never seemed to announce time changes which caused us a great deal of confusion as we changed time zones several times during the cruise - in general I felt communication during the cruise was lacking. The everything free except alcohol isn’t really true. For example, I like to drink plain soda water - only available at bars and not free - really??? Also there is an ice cream and candy store where everything costs money, as does popcorn at movies and shows. That said, the food generally was fabulous - above average for cruise food - and constantly available with good service. The teen club was a lot of fun for our two teens. I thought the kids club was absolutely fabulous but my six year old didn’t really like it as they didn’t have as high a counselor to child ratio as she has experienced in other vacation situations. I think if you have a child who is more outgoing and curious they would really have a fabulous time. The two shows we saw - Aladdin and Frozen were spectacular with amazing performers. The app is very helpful and we all used it and the free chat it enables throughout the cruise. A great choice for family cruising. Read Less
Sail Date March 2020
This was a seven-night Star Wars Day at Sea cruise sailing the western Caribbean. While the cruise was fun with lots of activities on board for children and adults, it was spoiled because of the terrible cabin we had, stateroom 2018 on ... Read More
This was a seven-night Star Wars Day at Sea cruise sailing the western Caribbean. While the cruise was fun with lots of activities on board for children and adults, it was spoiled because of the terrible cabin we had, stateroom 2018 on deck 2 midship. The cruise had a few nights with rough seas, and we couldn't sleep because of a loud banging noise coming from the deck below. Although Guest Services and Housekeeping were sympathetic, no one eliminated the noise. The last night we had to sail through a terrible storm to return to Port Canaveral. The Housekeeping manager offered us another cabin to sleep in on deck 2. The seas were so rough, it didn't help. Disney must know there is something wrong with 2018. Do yourself a favor and choose another stateroom. Star Wars activities were fun, and the entertainment staff added more activities on the day we would have been at Grand Cayman. We couldn't go to Grand Cayman, our second stop, because after we left Cozumel, our first stop, the ship had to sail back to Cozumel because a passenger had a serious medical emergency. Port charges and excursions for Grand Cayman booked through Disney were refunded. Fireworks for pirate night also were cancelled, and a brief fireworks show was scheduled for the following day. Star Wars day on Thursday, a day at sea, was fun with lots of events for kids and adults, including fireworks. My sister's stateroom on deck 7 lost power the last night of the cruise, and Guest Services attitude was "oh well." My brother-in-law had to stay up all night because he couldn't plug in his cpap machine that helps him breathe at night. No one could sleep anyway because of the rough seas. It was the roughest sail we've ever had. Debarkation the final morning was chaos, with lines winding all over deck 3. It took us almost one hour to get off the ship and clear customs. No explanation from Disney crew members on why it took so long. Only two crew members were scanning passengers off the ship, and only two Customs agents were working. 3,700 passengers were on this cruise. Epic fail by Disney. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
My family and I were on the Disney Fantasy from January 18-January 25, 2020 2 adults, 2 children. First off our excursion in Cozumel got cancelled with no explanation as to why. Our second port/tender stop of Grand Cayman got cancelled but ... Read More
My family and I were on the Disney Fantasy from January 18-January 25, 2020 2 adults, 2 children. First off our excursion in Cozumel got cancelled with no explanation as to why. Our second port/tender stop of Grand Cayman got cancelled but Royal Caribbean was able to tender their guests ashore. Our 3rd port stop of Falmouth Jamaica got cancelled. Other cruise lines were able to stop as well. We heard weather was the issue for some cancelled ports but that can not be true when other cruise lines were able to still tender or port. We found out that the Fantasy ship had engine problems since our first stop in Cozumel. Nothing was said to us on the ship. We sailed all week at a reduced speed. Never have been on a ship that had so much movement in my life as many are saying the ship swayed so much because of the engine problems. We found out through other cruisers that a dive team was working on the engine while we were actually able to make our scheduled stop at Castaway Cay. Which everyone finds hard to believe that it took us so long to get to Castaway because we gained so many hours from missed ports of call. We feel like Disney failed to keep guests happy and kept alot hidden on this vacation. Then to top it off we found out the next cruise going out today on the Fantasy January 25, 2020 is already receiving reimbursement for a changed port, not a cancelled port like we had all week. Also we understand this has happened before and credit/reimbursement was given and a discount on a future cruise. I am requesting reimbursement and I do not want a discount for a future cruise because we never plan to take a Disney Cruise ever again. We will continue to sail on other cruise lines where they are happy to keep their guests satisfied. We paid so much for no more extras than other cruise lines offer. Also the internet is terrible. We bought 4 large packages for $89 a piece. Other cruise lines we are able to buy one package with unlimited use. The food is terrible. It doesn't ever change. This is the only time I've ever been on a cruise and lost weight. The entertainment lacks for adults. The pools are way too small for the amount of people this ship had to accomodate for a cruise to nowhere. Also the cruise director Leslie Dallas lacks. She has been the most boring/uninteractive cruise director we have ever had. Some cruisers said she made a joke of our missed ports and terrible cruise. The daily itinerary is terrible and the things they added for the missed ports were "how to make apple struddels and pin trading." That is extremely sad. Read Less
Sail Date January 2020
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