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3 Night Bahamas Cruise from Miami

3 Night Bahamas Cruise from Miami

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Itinerary

  • Day 1
    Miami
  • Day 2
    Castaway Cay
  • Day 3
    Nassau
  • Day 4
    Miami

Disney Magic

Disney Magic - Disney Cruise Line

Pros

"Tangled"-themed dining, show and programming; Marvel Day at Sea sailings

Cons

Small pool for families; crowded elevators for strollers and mobility impaired

Bottom Line

Regularly updated with first-class entertainment, dining and more


Cruise Reviews

2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2019
I chose this cruise because it was something I always wanted to experience and so I took my 9 yr old grandson during Spring break from school. We love the Disney Parks and wanted to try to cruise. My husband, 23 yr old son, my grandson ... Read More
I chose this cruise because it was something I always wanted to experience and so I took my 9 yr old grandson during Spring break from school. We love the Disney Parks and wanted to try to cruise. My husband, 23 yr old son, my grandson and myself were in stateroom 7536. My brother, sis in law and 18 yr old nephew were in 7520. We had a nice time all in all. There was a mishap on first night dinner in AP. We ordered steaks and my bro got a one inch piece of metal in his. He was chewing and after feeling it, he spit it out - thank goodness. The wait staff, chef and head waiter were very apologetic and I felt bad for the chef. He looked so upset and puzzled. It was a piece of metal from a wire brush that would be used to clean a grill. This could have ruined entire cruise if it had been swallowed. Like I said, they were very upset that this happened and I hope they do whatever they need to do to ensure this never happens again. Swallowing that could be fatal. At the very least would require surgery. We received Magical Memories certificates for our troubles. The ports were fine. Key West was nice. Nassau - been there, done that. Unless your doing a day at Atlantis, might be best to stay on the ship. Castaway Cay, was beautiful. The weather was great. The shows were awesome. Saw every one of them. They released END GAME on the ship and that was so fun. Disney details were the best. We enjoyed some late night trivia and juggling entertainment. The food was okay but nothing over the top. We didn't do Palo. We were very disappointed that Lumiere's did not offer any entertainment for dinner. AP and the Tangled restaurants did have lovely entertainment, but not Lumiere's. It was our last night's restaurant so we looked forward to some fun, but there was none to be had. The wait staff said they removed the Beauty and the Beast entertainment because it was frightening to the little ones. This is Disney and they could have done something else rather than nothing. So yeah that was disappointing. Would I do another Disney Cruise, possibly but not 100% yet. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
Embarkation in Miami a bit rocky, the check in was not well staffed in addition to enormous amount of first time cruisers, everyone confused & slow, slow, slow. Stateroom needed much attention lots of patchwork, shower loose and ... Read More
Embarkation in Miami a bit rocky, the check in was not well staffed in addition to enormous amount of first time cruisers, everyone confused & slow, slow, slow. Stateroom needed much attention lots of patchwork, shower loose and sprayed water from neck, missing caulking to messy over caulked area's and the noise, you could not get away from it on the 8th deck, do not book an stateroom with a connecting door and stay away from deck 8. Chair dragging, running, jumping quiet about 0100hrs. The ship is showing her age, deck 4 very narrow for running track. Dining same as the Dream class yet no one dressed for dinner on this ship but a handful of us. Minimum activities, everything everywhere trivia! Our stateroom host was on his phone almost always, left trash bins ajar never refilled soap, had to ask for it and shampoo etc. He smiled and always apologized, just off putting & we are neat freaks so he never had much to do. The movie theater had zero leg room, it was very uncomfortable if you are over 5'6". The sail away party was awful, I can go hear a DJ anywhere, if you have a choice skip this one. (Unless you enjoy really small elevators packed with people and stairs that are so narrow they are hard to navigate especially when there are children running up & down them with no parents in sight. No Magic on the Magic in our opinion, pretty bad when you are Okay with disembarkation day! Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: March 2019
This was are ninth cruise with DCL. Have sailed on all 4 ships. Had not sailed on the Magic or Wonder in a long time and I had forgotten how nice they are! The Magic was in great shape, has a new water slide and a new restaurant. ... Read More
This was are ninth cruise with DCL. Have sailed on all 4 ships. Had not sailed on the Magic or Wonder in a long time and I had forgotten how nice they are! The Magic was in great shape, has a new water slide and a new restaurant. Rapunzel's. The food and service was excellent in all 3 dining rooms. Rapunzel's has an interactive dinner show that was fun. The Dining rooms on the classic ships are less crowded then on the Dream class. In fact it did not seem crowded in any of the public areas. Entertainment from shows to trivia in pubs was all excellent. Did not do any excursions, did are own walking tours of Key West and Nassau. Castaway Cay as usual was great and again less crowded with the smaller ship. Would not hesitate to book on the Magic! I also booked a placeholder on board for a future cruise that will give us 10% off plus 100.00 credit. Read Less
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