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Disney Fantasy Review

4.5 / 5.0
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First time Disney Cruisers and totally rate this ship

Review for Disney Fantasy to the Eastern Caribbean
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Dee1234
6-10 Cruises • Age 30s

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Sail Date: Apr 2022
Cabin: Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom
At Tortola disembarking for a day onshore
Meghan's Beach USVI

My boyfriend and I have been on a cruise every year (except 2020) for six years. We where not sure if Disney Fantasy would be the right for us as we do not have children. So glad we did it. The ship is stand out there is plenty to do as a couple you do not feel in the minority if you are not sailing with kids. The entertainment onboard was the star of the show. Although we did not have children we felt like the ship did cater to us. Typically after around 8.00pm entertainment geared up towards the adults. The shows where fantastic and do not compare to other ships we have been on. This was one of the main draws of the ship and so glad it lived up to the hype. There is also an adult only nightclub which we visited once (we are not late nighters typically). We would do another Disney trip.

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Deluxe Family Oceanview Stateroom

Port Reviews

Tortola

We choose this itinerary because we wanted to go on a sailing tour in the Virgin Islands. We booked a tour through trip advisor and it was fantastic. We have found after multiple cruises that if you book through the ship directly it is more expensive and often crowded. (Although you do have the guarantee that the ship will wait for you if you cannot get back to the dock in time). However we have never had an issues with this and always stress to the operator our departure time. Our trip took us to the Caves and Willy T on Norman Island. We choose to sail on a beautiful sailing boat offering private charters called Annie Bonny. We choose this instead of a large Catamaran because we wanted to avoid a 'party boat'. Whilst a private charter did cost more it was totally worth it.

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