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5 Night Alaska Cruise from San Diego

5 Night Alaska Cruise from San Diego

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  • Day 1
    San Diego
  • Day 2
    Cruising
  • Day 3
    San Francisco
  • Day 4
    Cruising
  • Day 5
    Victoria
  • Day 6
    Vancouver

Disney Wonder

Disney Wonder - Disney Cruise Line

Pros

Only ship in the fleet with "Frozen, a Musical Spectacular" and Tiana's Place restaurant

Cons

Most activities need to be booked in advance, leaving those who didn't out of luck

Bottom Line

Most notable for its unique kids club spaces, modern adult areas and Alaska itineraries


Cruise Reviews

My husband and I have been on cruises before (Carnival, Holland). Our kids had not cruised before. Had heard so much about Disney cruises. Wanted to try. Booked the cruise just 6 weeks before sailing. This is the first year Disney ... Read More
My husband and I have been on cruises before (Carnival, Holland). Our kids had not cruised before. Had heard so much about Disney cruises. Wanted to try. Booked the cruise just 6 weeks before sailing. This is the first year Disney has sailed out of New Orleans and initially the cruises had filled up. Then I heard rooms had opened up, and the timing worked out for us, so we did it. Great decision. Gorgeous ship. Outstanding service, as one would expect from Disney. Kids loved it so much they sobbed the last night. A 5th night would have been nice, but it’s what we could do at this time. So many great activities for kids AND adults. Amazing shows - very high production value. Food was DELISH! Buffet was so good - super-wide selection and everything was fresh. Loved the three dining rooms - Triton’s, Animator’s Palate and Tiana’s Place (my favorite). If you are considering a Disney Cruise, do it!!! Read Less
Sail Date March 2020
We chose this cruise to celebrate my granddaughter’s 10th birthday. Since she has enjoyed visiting Disney World in the past we felt this cruise would also be special & give her memories to treasure. I must say that the cruise staff ... Read More
We chose this cruise to celebrate my granddaughter’s 10th birthday. Since she has enjoyed visiting Disney World in the past we felt this cruise would also be special & give her memories to treasure. I must say that the cruise staff was friendly & helpful. Staterooms were larger, clean & comfortable. Food was equivalent to other cruise lines. Activities were numerous but not truly family orientated. Most activities were held in the Oceaneer Club were children participated with other children & in my opinion, were geared for children less then 8. The club actually reminded me of a locked ward. You could bring your child there early in the morning & leave them there until late in the evening if you wanted to. I witnessed many parents do exactly that-lock their child in claiming safety & then they would go off & do whatever, mostly drinking. For a family orientated cruise drinking alcohol was greatly promoted. At ports, more time was spent getting to a Ship excursion then actual time available to enjoy it. Communications regarding when your transportation was returning to your ship & were to get that transportation was poor. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
This cruise far exceeded my expectations and any other cruise I have ever sailed on. We departed from the Port of New Orleans on the Inaugural sailing on February 7, 2020. Our party was 3 adults- 2 adults and our 21 yr. old daughter. This ... Read More
This cruise far exceeded my expectations and any other cruise I have ever sailed on. We departed from the Port of New Orleans on the Inaugural sailing on February 7, 2020. Our party was 3 adults- 2 adults and our 21 yr. old daughter. This was our first Disney cruise, though I have been to Disney World 64 times, Disneyland, and Disneyland Paris. We had a deluxe family verandah. The cabin was large and luxurious, larger than any balcony cabin on other lines. It was overflowing with storage space, we had 5 dressers, space in the closets, and lots of space under the beds. I liked the privacy curtain that closed off the sofa/sofa bed sleeping area from the main bedroom, as it gave our daughter privacy. The balcony was nice and large. The split bathrooms were great, and I appreciated the bathtub with a much larger shower. I loved the size of this ship, as it seemed to handle crowds really well, and never felt crowded. We had late dining, and really enjoyed it. Tianas Place was my favorite, I loved the live entertainment, the character interaction, and the food was divine! Animators Palate was great, but Tritons was my least favorite. We always had great food at Cabanas buffet, and the soft serve ice cream by the pool was another hit. The weather was a bit cool for the first 2 days, so we took advantage of the great movie theater and watched several movies. The theater was packed, but they had a great variety daily. We loved the different shows in the theaters , especially the Golden Mickeys and Disney Dreams. Castaway Cay was stunning, and the weather was perfect. We went to the adults only beach, Serenity Cay, and really enjoyed Cookies, the beach buffet and BBQ there. We also stopped at Nassau, which is not one of my favorites. We did a day pass to Atlantis, which was fun. Key West was great, and we did the hop on/off conch train, which was a great way to see the island. Overall, I cannot recommend this cruise any more highly. I am already planning to sail from New Orleans again next year, and I don't know how I will sail with any other line than Disney, even though we are a party of adults only. Read Less
Sail Date February 2020
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