Anyone gone on a Disney cruise? Considering the Fantasy for June 2013. Besides The Mouse, what sets DCL apart from the others? Thanks!
Price! I've cruised RCCL and Celebrity many times. Disney was always quite a bit more price wise. I'm sure it's a quality cruise and worth the money but I think you pay the Disney tax! - jacdanfan
5488.6 #9 7:47PM
I have been on two, same ship the Disney Wonder. The first was in 09 4 night land/3 night sea. Cruise part was way to short. The second was the 7 night Alaskan cruise this year. Just from reading safety track records Disney is better. This year was the first time I have heard of them losing someone, and that was an employee. They are very conscious of cleaning. Even if you wash your hands before going to dinner they hand you disinfecting wipes. My son loved hanging out in the oceaneer's lab. That first cruise I had to drag him away from it. One day we just hung out in one of the lunges and played a board game. There is 1 night for dress up but it is not required that you do it. PPalo the adult only restaurant is a required dress up dining place. Oh and bring a reusable cup. The drink station is on the pool deck. It has soda and water. - Lelundrial
405.3 #440 10:56PM
Ok it isn't letting me edit for some reason. But we are also going in June 2013 but on the Dream. Your ship is the newest one and has that bibbidi store on it. It also has the aquaduck water ride like the Dream. I hope you are doing more then a 3 night cruise. Honestly 3 nights is not enough. - Lelundrial
405.3 #440 10:58PM
One was 6 1/2 years old and the other was 23 months old (have to be like big sis). They both enjoy it every trip. We do try and limit it some, it's nice to have one day where we enjoy rides and characters. - DizneyGirl
517.1 #9 10:01AM
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