Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook
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Your Personal Navigator
Your Personal Navigator
We hope this field guide has become your “first mate.” If so, we predict the Personal Navigator will seem like your very own “cruise director.” The Personal Navigator (which is also sometimes called the Voyage Navigator) is a folded, 4-page sheet (and also a mobile app, see page 187) that lists the day’s activities. A new Personal Navigator is placed in your stateroom each evening. While we don’t have room to print the full text of Personal Navigators here, you can get a peek at previous editions at http://disneycruiselineblog.com—this site maintains collections from previous cruisers, and they’ll give you an excellent idea of what to expect.
The first time you see a Personal Navigator, you may feel overwhelmed. Here’s a capsule review of what you’ll find in the daily edition:
Page 1—Date, important times, day’s destination and weather, suggested dress, day’s highlights
Page 2—Daily schedule grid for all ages: character appearances, entertainment, activities
Page 3—(Magic & Wonder) Descriptions of the day’s activities for all ages
Page 3—(Dream & Fantasy) Continuation of Page 2 schedule grid
Page 4—More things to do, shopping deals, featured Port Adventures, detailed operating hours, and important reminders
We highly recommend you keep highlighters handy (a different color for each person) to mark appealing activities. Finding activities in your Personal Navigator later can be tricky—on some days, there are more than 80-200 activities listed! Obviously, you can’t do everything, and that’s where this chapter comes in—we introduce many of the activities here, so you’ll be better informed when it comes to deciding among all of your choices.
We find that life is much easier when we each have a copy of the Personal Navigator with us at all times. Only one copy is left in your stateroom, so stop at Guest Services (deck 3 mid) and pick up more copies (or use the app). How do you keep it with you if you don’t have pockets? We fold it and tuck it into a PassHolder Pouch, which also holds our Key to the World card and other small items. See page 561 for a photo of a PassHolder Pouch—you can order one at http://www.passporter.com.
In addition to the Personal Navigator, you may receive a highlights sheet covering the entire cruise, a listing of movie show times and TV channels, plus a daily onboard shopping flyer. Port and shopping guides are distributed when you visit a port—they contain historical overviews, maps, shopping and dining ideas, basic information, and hours.
Note: The Personal Navigator’s format changes every couple of years, so don’t be surprised if your copy looks different than those pictured here.
Top Photo Slice: (℗ 25091) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx
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