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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

  • Day 1
    Port Canaveral (Orlando)
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    Cozumel
  • Day 4
    Grand Cayman
  • 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

Con

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

Bottom Line

Kids will love it, but so will adults


Cruise Reviews

Sail Date: December 2018
The time of year fits our school calendar better than spring break with our oldest in college now his spring break falls on a different time than the high school calendar. So to escape the cold and have traditional family vacation this was ... Read More
The time of year fits our school calendar better than spring break with our oldest in college now his spring break falls on a different time than the high school calendar. So to escape the cold and have traditional family vacation this was great timing. We have enjoyed WDW as a family for years and this Disney Cruise was our first cruise as a family. Two big thumbs up on how excellent this experience was after completing a 7 day Eastern Caribbean New Years eve cruise. My early concerns of long lines or masses of people and maybe getting tired of the same old cruise food faded early at embarkation and was all but gone by the end of our amazing trip. I can say with only one exception, the longest line I waited in was 15 min for the water slide. Upon leaving the ship going through US customs to get off the ship took about 40min but this area is not controlled by DCL so I can't really fault them for this unavoidable delay in our day. The food and table service was over the top excellent. Our Server Avatar was wonderful. His attention to detail , knowledge of food, what to expect, remember our preferences, friendly, even had his own unexpected brain teaser games he surprised with a few nights. He really made our trip extra special and added Disney magic. The food was brought to our table hot and exactly as we ordered. The food was flavorful and looked so yummy you couldn't wait to dig in to give it a try. The Assistant Server at our table was Guillaume his knowledge of the wine list and proper paring could be trusted and was always spot on. He was also very friendly and happy to share with us wonderful stories. Our experience in the dining was one we hoped could go on for a little bit longer and overall the week long cruise seemed to end all too soon. The entertainment by the DCL performers was spot on top notch. Truly like a broadway experience. The Wishes show was full of emotion and excitement. All the shows were fresh and not tired reused versions of park shows. The spa was relaxing and rejuvenating. The cabin was perfect for our family of 5 offering bunk beds and murphy bed with surprise bits of Disney sprinkled into the decor. The 3 children in our family age between16-20 we all give DCL a big thumbs up and for sure to cruise with them again. Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
Despite the fact that Disney doubles cruise prices during Christmas week, we were forced to book then to accommodate the work and school schedules of of other family members... Apparently their marketing department has figured out what ... Read More
Despite the fact that Disney doubles cruise prices during Christmas week, we were forced to book then to accommodate the work and school schedules of of other family members... Apparently their marketing department has figured out what the market will tolerate, however, as there were only 8 empty cabins listed on the Disney Cruise site one week before we sailed. However the 'Disney Magic' continues to entice kids of all ages, making the experience memorable for all. From the first day at sea character breakfast for our party of 9, to the Broadway quality shows, to Pirate Night, it's hard to top the kid appeal provided. Cabanas was our go to option for breakfasts and lunches and we were generally pleased with the extensive choices available with their serve yourself offerings. The serve yourself beverage choices included coffee, hot tea, coke, water, and several other drink options which I avoided after my first experience with each as they were watered down to the point of being rather tasteless. Our meal rotation in the three dining rooms was generally positive after my husband told the staff that he wanted their focus to be on our three grandchildren rather than the four 40-something adults in our party. Meal length would be my major complaint as I felt that service was slow and that the children in our party had to wait a long time between course offerings. As this cruise was a family bonding adventure, we only ordered room service the morning we departed early for the Mayan ruins. It arrived promptly at the scheduled time and our cabin steward made it disappear by the time we returned from our field trip. We did not chose to book a meal in Remy or Palo on this cruise. My husband and I took advantage of the Quiet Cove Adult Pool area on several afternoons and found it to be a welcome respite in a sea of ongoing activity on the rest of Deck 11. Although we did not experience the hot tubs personally, that area seemed to accommodate the number of interested participants and the Cove Bar staff made frequent trips through the area to fill drink orders. On the minus side, we got into Castaway Cay late the last morning due to problems docking in rough seas. Having been there 6 years previous at Christmas on the Disney Wonder, I was struck with how much more crowded the beach areas were this time with the larger capacity on the Fantasy. Four family members participated in the 5K run, which was held despite the late start. However crowd control was a real issue as the race began after many non-participating passengers had been allowed to disembarked. Large crowds clueless about yielding to runners as well as young bikers shared the footpaths making it dangerous for everyone involved. (DISNEY, YOU NEED TO REVISIT THIS!) Apparently there was also a problem with the private photo company which did the pictures during this cruise as many folks did not receive all of their digital pictures on the pre-purchased thumb drives, or received photos of other couples who were not part of their travel party... Not what one would expect with a $250 outlay per cabin! Read Less
Sail Date: December 2018
We booked this cruise solely based on the fact that they dress up their private island for Christmas as well as the cruise ship. We were so disappointed and the cruise for the most part was then no different than any other cruiseline. ... Read More
We booked this cruise solely based on the fact that they dress up their private island for Christmas as well as the cruise ship. We were so disappointed and the cruise for the most part was then no different than any other cruiseline. Disney doesn't even offer you a credit towards another cruise to make up for it. Then when we got back I heard this happens quite often which is very upsetting. The food in the buffet was just ok, they never changed it up at all. We loved the evening dining rooms and the wait staff was excellent. Animators Palate was really neat both times we were in there. Our daughter loved seeing the Disney characters, but if you weren't in line 15 mins from the time they came out you missed them. Our daughter is 2.5 yrs old so she was bored in the nursery but not old enough to join the other kids in the Oceaneers Club or Lab. Then it seemed like all of the open houses were scheduled early in the morning or during her nap. Our child is not an early riser so it was harder for us to make it to things. I do believe Disney is backwards with the whole swim diaper thing...the pool and aqua lab was closed several times due to "potty trained" kids dropping dueces all the time. At least swim diapers keep it from touching other people and I heard other parents were just not putting swim diapers on their kids so they can take them in the pool whether they were potty trained or not. Read Less
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