“Mommy, it was magical!”
Can any words be sweeter to hear from your child about a family vacation? From top-notch food to better-than-Broadway shows, you will find it on this ship!
Disney has made the check-in process painless (for adults anyway). The food was wonderful and there was always an abundance of characters around the ship. While I never write a full, lengthy reviews on the cruise ships I’ve been on, I will point out some tips to having a more-than-magical time on the Disney Wonder.
- Unless your child wants to hunt down all of the characters for their autographs, you can take up to 4 items per stateroom to guest services to get signed. Place your items and permanent markers in a ziplock bag. Guest services will fill out a form with specifics (your room number, which characters you want, etc.) and will return it to your stateroom at the completion of the cruise.
- Get to the characters meet and greet EARLY. Especially the Princesses!
- Arrive at the main show at least 15 minutes early to ensure a good seat.
- When arriving on embarkation day, eat at Parrot Cay (Deck 3, aft) instead of the main buffet on deck 9. You will be served your drinks and it’s a nicer, less crowded environment.
- Some items in the gift shop will be marked down on the last night of the cruise. It’s better to wait to see if that shirt you want will go on sale.
- For the pirate party, we brought glow necklaces and glow bracelets. We also wore them to the shows. All the kids wanted one!
- If your child participates in the end of cruise show with the kid’s camp, they will get a free t-shirt.
I will be happy to answer any questions about the Disney Wonder if you would like to leave them in the comments section.