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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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Disney Fantasy

Cruise Critic Editor Rating:
4.5
388 reviews
Why Choose Disney Fantasy?

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: October 2018
Disney vacation club members as well as experienced DCL travelers. Like the eastern cruise more sea day’s. Was interested in seeing Tortola as well. Cruise itself pretty good, reliable service they handle crowds well. ... Read More
Disney vacation club members as well as experienced DCL travelers. Like the eastern cruise more sea day’s. Was interested in seeing Tortola as well. Cruise itself pretty good, reliable service they handle crowds well. Disappointed in evening entertainment. Two non-show evening entertainments were actually poor. Night club entertainment almost non-existent. Decent itinerary; Had very good tour with David’s Fun tours, private tour of island. Designed to what we wanted, traveling with 6 seniors so history and sightseeing was the priority. Had good lunch in town and delivered back to ship. Timely very personable would recommend. Tortola was a slightly different story, booked with Aristocat charter, I didn’t do my homework and it was 3 out of 5. Thought the owners, crew and boat were very nice and good. 3 spots to snorkel were good, could have used better stairs to get back on board. Had ladder and it was ok but not best for seniors. Lunch was average at best with boiled hot dogs and stuff,to go with it. I would have preferred less time on lunch, more sailing and less people. Had up to 30, lots of kids running around in controlled. Lastly watching for two hours s 20% of groups sucking rum down didn’t wind my watch. Probably would not do again. Probably would prefer to stay on ship or get private charter or tour. It was Lao pricey I thought for number of people. Read Less
Sail Date: September 2018
My husband and I went on this cruise for our anniversary. I think my title says it all. The food was fantastic, the rooms were soooo clean!!!!! The entire cruise ship is cleaner than anything that you could imagine. If you like steaks, ... Read More
My husband and I went on this cruise for our anniversary. I think my title says it all. The food was fantastic, the rooms were soooo clean!!!!! The entire cruise ship is cleaner than anything that you could imagine. If you like steaks, they were our whole tables favorite. You go from dining room to dining room and your staff follow you from room to room. If I had anything the least bit negative to say it would be the the Animators dining room. It wasn't that the food wasn't delicious, it was the noise level, very Loud. We are grandparents and went on this vacation together, no kids. There is an adult pool that isn't very big, but when you go in it is wonderful. deck 12 and 13 are for us adults, but you can still go down to the kids pool if you would like to. Also, movies running all the time, are quite nice too! We love children, but in that dining room, the noise just seemed to amplify. Like I said the food was still wonderful. On the cruise you can do as much as you want or as little. It's all up to you. I enjoyed all of the ports, but our favorite thing was Jamaica, we went on a river ride, on a bamboo raft. It was the most beautiful experience. Our guide was wonderful. The shows that they provide are so wonderful, just something you need to see. We didn't go to the magician night show. Only the shows put on by the ships crew. I could go on and on. It takes a lot to make my husband say he enjoyed something, and he said it was our best vacation ever! If you knew him, you would know this is a wonderful complement!!!! We also had a veranda, for us this wasn't a waste, it was much appreciated to wind down at night time. Read Less
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Sail Date: August 2018
It's hard to travel with children who have severe allergies, especially food allergies. There are only so many allergy-free foods you can bring along, and most places won't let you prepare your own foods (even if you could be assured that ... Read More
It's hard to travel with children who have severe allergies, especially food allergies. There are only so many allergy-free foods you can bring along, and most places won't let you prepare your own foods (even if you could be assured that the plates, pots, and pans don't harbor traces of dangerous ingredients). We had heard that Disney was good with allergies, and we found a travel expert who specialized in helping families with children with allergies (yes, there are such people!). That made it so much easier for the 15 of us to enjoy our voyage. We spent a couple of days at Disney World before the cruise, and I highly recommend that if you can work it into your schedule. It allowed us to go on the cruise relaxed and vacation ready. The staff at the Grand Floridian, where we stayed and ate all our meals, went out of its way to ensure that we would have no allergy problems. The servers checked ingredients for every dish before serving it. That care extended to the cruise line. We had chosen four staterooms on deck 9 -- midship so we had an additional 2 feet of space -- and our room steward opened the separating walls between the verandas so we and the kids could easily go from room to room. Disney's family rooms have a heavy curtain between the main queen-sized bed closer to the bathroom and door to the hall, and the various bunk, Murphy, and sofa beds closer to the veranda. It meant that we could keep our lights on, and even watch television, while the children slept behind the curtain. And our room steward, Wayan Warta, didn't mind making up all the available extra beds every night so the kids could choose where to sleep. There were 15 of us on the trip: 8 adults, 4 children without allergies, and 3 with allergies (one quite severe, with a list of 24 life-threatening ingredients). Here is what we did to accommodate: * Our staterooms got Disney's special anti-allergy cleaning that removed any trace of allergens * Our head server, server, and assistant server learned all the children's preferences and all the things that could not be on the allergic kids' plates -- and worked out all meals with us ahead of time, even at the buffet (Let me digress at this point to give a shout-out to the team that took care of us: Coskun Piskin the head server, Akshay Shetty, the server, and Susila Susila the assistant server stayed with us at every dinner, even though we rotated through the four restaurants. They quickly learned our preferences and got along famously with the children. I Wayan Warta, our stateroom host, started us with scrupulously clean accommodations, and kept them that way -- even keeping track of the various stuffed friends our grandkids had brought along.) * The chef met with us every day to show us the ingredients listed on the boxes the food came in for everything the kids wanted * The kitchen produced french fries from pure potatoes cooked in fresh olive oil, pancakes, waffles, and a birthday cake made without eggs, hotdogs for breakfast for the child who would eat nothing else... the list went on and on * We tried the swimming with the rays excursion, but the rays scared the kids and they were happy to come back on board for lunch, so no problems with food there * On Castaway Key we went on the glass-bottomed boat, a tame adventure, and then to the Disney buffet, where non-allergy foods were prominently marked The cousins loved the kid's club, the pools, the water features, the movies, and the shows, but mostly loved being with one another in our rooms. And we were fine with that -- that's why we vacationed together. The Disney organization is amazing. If it were not for the hundreds of children and the theme, I would have believed we were on Cunard or Regent. Service, decor, and activities were that good. And if Cunard or Regent were to re-brand themselves as child-friendly and family oriented, they would look exactly like Disney. This is cruising for happy families. No matter how many plans you make and how much you do, every trip with a child at risk is another day to wonder "will there be an issue TODAY"? After the trip our children admitted that they had had fewer problems than at home in regards to the allergies, and that is a credit to Disney. We all enjoyed it so much that we've decided another Disney cruise is in the future for the 15 of us. And next month DH and I are cruising to Bermuda for five days, to help us recuperate from the excitement of our fabulous Disney cruise. Read Less
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