Disney, the name ensures complete entertainment to people of all age groups. This entertainment company gives you so many reasons to be happy and cherish each moments that says a different story for your experience in Disney specialty. For joining Disney, you can take a specialized Fantasy cruise ship that made its maiden sail in April 2012. It simply means since then there have been four special Disney ships to be launched and you can make your bookings now. Enjoy endless hours watching the beauty of Caribbean cruises.
These specific cruises are most famous at sea and for many good reasons. The extreme beautiful and mesmerizing ship, all latest technologies, support itineraries, and the high universal standards of service makes this ship a very popular choice with family vacations and with close friends.
Disney Fantasy cruise, a new addition will be added into this category in 2012. After that there will be four ships that will take you to destinations of your dream. Many people will tell you what they have experienced on their trip to Disney Magic, and its sister ships the Wonder. You can easily guess the kind of fun and luxurious feel aboard. Interestingly, Disney is all set to add two ships to its current fleet. The mesmerizing Disney Dream will be added in the year 2011 and Disney Fantasy will make its inaugural voyage in the year 2012.
Why wait? Make your reservations now. Get confirmation and start packing for a fairyland where you will forget almost everything from the present setup.
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I am about to ruin my famiy's planned cruise by worrying myself into a coma. First of all, will there be enough entertainment for my 13-year old child? Secondly, I read somewhere that coupons can be used onboard to discount certain products. How can I get my hands on a coupon booklet? Thirdly, any recommendations for an alternative to the land excursions offered by the cruiseline...such as local shops in Nassau and Coco Cay? Thanks so much.
RC is supposed to be one of the best for kids and activities for them.
There may be a "coupon" book available to purchase ahead of time - check the website or ask your travel agent. Most likely it's not that great a deal. The ones I've read about are like "10% off a spa treatment" [they're very expensive] or "10% off purchase of a cruise-line cookbook in the onboard store", etc; you get the idea.
One way you can save money if you'll be drinking a lot of soda is to get a soda card for each family member.
Go to CruiseCritic.com, click on "Boards" at the top of the page, then "Royal Caribbean", and "Roll Call" for your sailing [you'll find other passengers sailing with you], and "Ports of Call" for tips on what to do in your ports and whether you can do things on your own. Depending on which ports you're traveling to, you can do excursions on your own and they'll be much better and much cheaper.
Coco Cay is a private island, so the only thing you'll be doing there is through the cruiseline. Nassau is one of those ports where you can have a great time or be turned off and annoyed by locals - it just depends on where you go.
Have a good time and stop worrying! Your biggest problem is going to be getting "addicted" to cruising!
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