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Disney Magic Review

4.5 / 5.0
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475 reviews
20 Awards

Pretty much the trip of a lifetime...

Review for Disney Magic to the British Isles & Western Europe
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yowfflyer
2-5 Cruises • Age 40s

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Sail Date: Aug 2018
Cabin: Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah
Traveled with children

There are many factors that will influence overall ratings: The ship, the food, the service, the destination visited/itinerary. These are all within the cruise line control. Weather, how smooth the ride was is much more subjective and can sometimes make an ok trip wonderful or the other way around.

Being on the Disney Magic for 10 nights, on the once a year Norway-Iceland-Scotland cruise proved to be pretty magical. This was my 4th Disney Cruise (Bahamian and Caribbean before, on the 3 other ships) and this one was the best by a far margin - primarily due to the destinations visited but also the top notch service, excellent food, and great entertainment throughout

Ship: The Magic is the oldest ship in the Disney fleet and at time, it will show as it is a bit more prone to maintenance issues and minor deficiencies than other ship. However, this is also a ship that is very special to Disney and they are taking great care of it. Common areas are in great shape and the Magic is overall is really nice mid-size ship. Its size allows you to get to know staff, other people on the ship and experience almost all areas - especially on such a long itinerary

Cabin Review

Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah

Cabin 06A

Standard Disney cabin with Verandah. Verandah is oversized with a whitewall due to far AFT position. Other than a smell coming from the drain, this was a pleasant room: Comfortable bed, nice balcony, ample space, nice split bathroom with full bath/shower. Being far AFT, it is subject to some shaking - and I did find it to be a tad too much on a few occasions while cruising - (normal for these rooms to shake a bit when boat goes in reverse or turns around)

Port Reviews

Copenhagen

Embarkation port. Terminal a bit thight but check-in and embarkation went fairly smooth and on time. More functional than fancy. As always, DCL had a few characters out for pictures

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