Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Shopping Onboard

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The Magic and Wonder sport a 5,500-square-foot shopping area, and the Dream and Fantasy have even more! Combine that with extra shopping opportunities aboard and great shopping in port (see chapter 6, starting on page 221), and you’ll find it easy to shop ‘til you drop anchor. Prices are a bit on the high side, but the quality is excellent.

Due to U.S. Customs regulations, the onboard shops cannot be open while in port. Check your Personal Navigator for shop operating hours, and keep in mind that the last night of your cruise is your last opportunity to shop. And before you splurge on that big-ticket item, see page 569 for details on customs allowances.

Mickey’s Mainsail (deck 3 midship, all ships) is the Disney character and logo shop, filled with stuffed animals, souvenirs, logowear, trading pins, postcards, etc.

White Caps (deck 3 midship on Magic Class) and Sea Treasures (deck 3 midship on Dream Class) are near Mickey’s and offers upscale and practical merchandise, such as resort wear, jewelry (including loose gemstones and “gold by the inch”), collectibles, toiletries, film, batteries, books, and magazines. Collectors, check your Personal Navigator for Captain’s signings—he’ll sign posters, hats, T-shirts, pins, and ship models for free.

On the Dream Class ships White Caps (deck 3 midship) offers designer goods and duty-free merchandise, such as liquor, fragrances, watches, and sunglasses. On the Magic Class ships Sea Treasures (deck 3 forward) stocks liquor (50+ brands), fragrances (60+ brands), cigars (25+ brands), and cigarettes, as well as snacks, candy bars, cameras, film, batteries, first aid and personal hygiene items. Note that duty-free orders are delivered to your stateroom on the last night of your cruise—you cannot consume them while you’re onboard. The shop is typically open evenings until midnight. The Dream Class ships also have Whozits & Whatzits in the deck 11 mid elevator lobby, selling a small selection of sun-and-fun items, and Quacks, a kiosk on deck 11 selling pirate wear (also on the Magic Class, deck 9).

Tiffany & Co. came to the Disney Fantasy after her dry dock in May 2017, offering jewelry and accessories packed in those distinctive blue boxes and bags. The shop replaced the Vista Gallery on on deck 4 midship (the gallery moved to deck 2, outside Enchanted Garden).

Preludes Snacks/Hollywood and Wine (deck 4/3 fwd) are small bars that sell packaged snacks such as candy bars, chips, and popcorn, typically open around show times.

Shutters (deck 4 aft/mid) sells cameras, frames, and photos. See previous page.

Vista Gallery features Disney fine art and collectible Disney Cruise Line items. See page 217 for all the details.

Pin Trading Station (deck 3 or 4 mid) opens nightly on the port side of the Atrium Lobby, typically from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm. This is a great place for limited edition pins.

Let’s not forget the onboard gift brochure you receive with your cruise documentation before you embark—any items ordered from this brochure or at the Disney Cruise Line web site’s Planning Center will be waiting for you in your stateroom when you board.

Check your Personal Navigator for daily specials, featured items, and operating hours.

Shops are busiest from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, so you may want to go earlier or later.

The shops on the Disney Wonder were re-themed and re-named in fall 2016.

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