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2 Disney Spring Break Cruise Reviews

This cruise is my fourth; having done one with Holland America, one with Carnival, and one with Norwegian. We took this cruise because our son (4 years old) is obsessed with Marvel and we thought this would be a great Disney opportunity ... Read More
This cruise is my fourth; having done one with Holland America, one with Carnival, and one with Norwegian. We took this cruise because our son (4 years old) is obsessed with Marvel and we thought this would be a great Disney opportunity for him. The dining was fine. The buffet was no different than any other cruise, and we actually enjoyed the sit down dinners. We were initially turned off when we received the 2nd seating (8:15), however we luckily got changed to first seating (6:00). The room was ok. It was smaller than the verandah/mini suites we normally get, but we enjoyed it had a sliding deck door. The bathroom and shower however were terrible. They split them into two seperate rooms, making them extremely small and uncomfortable. We also had both flood on day 4 for no reason. Also, our room service was terrible. Now to the first reason I give this 2 stars at best: the kids. This ship is a floating animal farm, with parents who worry more about their midlife crisis bodies than disciplining their children. My 4 yr old had 12 year olds jumping over and pushing him in the 18 inch pool; all while mother dearest was fixing her bikini so the 18 year old would notice. I had 11 and 12 year olds pushing my son so they could see Dr. Strange. Which leads me to my second issue: the program. Disney did a terrible job tailoring the cruise for children. I'm sorry, but at a certain point you realize Santa isn't real. So I get irritated when I'm waiting 40 minutes, and missing other things, so my 4 year old can get a picture with CPT America because people in their 40s want pictures with him too. SERIOUSLY?!?! Are you going to hang that at work?! Disney needs to make time strictly for the kids. They also didn't taylor the events for kids with needs. My son is shy, but he wanted to do the Avengers Academy. The event was 'closed', meaning no adults. We stood there and tried to seek away, but he wanted us to stay since he felt uncomfortable with 11 to 14 yr olds siting on his hands and pushing him. Disney needs to segregate the children better or allow parents to stay. All in all, my son got his Marvel Day, after many hours complaining to the Captain, but we will never go again. Read Less
Sail Date April 2018
I've cruised many cruise lines, Disney was honestly a disappointment. First the cost is double so you should be able to expect double right? Wrong. Employees with no personality waiting for their 8 months to be up ! People pushing and ... Read More
I've cruised many cruise lines, Disney was honestly a disappointment. First the cost is double so you should be able to expect double right? Wrong. Employees with no personality waiting for their 8 months to be up ! People pushing and shoving at Cabana for the brief time that the buffet is open each day. We actually missed a few meals because of lack of opportunity at Cabana and dining room being gorgeous but unappetizing for the human palate. The room was amazing and probably the cleanest boat Ive been on. Having a tub and huge floor to ceiling window was gorgeous! The shows are disney shows...no adult comedy club and thats one of my favorite entertainment. Everything closed down about 6 pm so on top of the steep price, they shut ya down at 6! Gym closed early and wont let muscle fitness 15 yr olds work out with adult even. Movie theater was a bonus but not the bonus I would've preferred on my first disney cruise. We missed all meet and greets due to lines or lack of tickets. The adult only pool area was nice, but of course my kids couldnt go so we tried not to stay too long. We all did the waterslide only twice because of long lines..15 year old didnt enjoy the teen club so he stayed in the room a lot. Yup... it was a waste of money in my opinion. If my kids had been younger and we hadnt been to Magic Kingdom 3 times a year while they were young, it might have been worth the extra cost. Im actually anxious to get back to Carnival in November and possibly adventure over to Royal Caribbean for son's graduation. Hopefully I can find the best ship out of Florida on RC. Read Less
Sail Date March 2016
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