Disney Cruise Line and Its Ports of Call LIVE! Guidebook

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Playing Your Way (Tips and Memories)

Playing Your Way (Tips and Memories)

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If you’ve read this chapter, you know just how much there is to do aboard a Disney ship. Here are some tips to help you make the most of it all:

“To help you navigate the ship, remember this general rule: We had Fun in the Forward (front of ship) and we Ate in the Aft (back). Also, remember that port means left, and both are four-letter words!”

“Keep in mind that there is way more to do on the ship than you can fit in—even on days you visit ports. So don’t expect or try to cram in every activity, or you’ll be disappointed in the end.”

“Get a Midship Detective Agency game map (see page 199), even if you don’t want to play the games. It’ll lead you to nearly every piece of Enchanted Art on board. What’s missing? You may want to check out the Vista Gallery!”

“When traveling to your Disney Cruise, either wear or carry your swimsuit with you on embarkation day. That way if you are onboard before your rooms are ready, you can hit the pools and AquaDuck and have tons of fun!”

— contributed by Disney cruiser Renea Govekar

Magical Memory

“The Skyline Lounge on the Dream Class ships is one of my favorite places to hang out. The nighttime cityscapes would be enchanting, even if you couldn’t see traffic circulating around the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, or jets landing in Hong Kong, but the fact that they do ... wow! You’d think Disney dispatched video cameramen to capture these cities in motion. Not quite. They’re still photos brought to life through computer-generated animation! And when the scene changes every 15 minutes, the posters on the wall, the menus, and the background music change, too.”

...as told by author Dave Marx

“On my Disney Dream cruise, I could not sleep because I was so excited. So for two nights I walked the ship at 4:00 am and I found I was the ONLY PAYING GUEST out and about on the Dream at that time of the night. Anywhere I wanted to relax, it was mine for my enjoyment! I went to Meridian in the aft and watched the sea below me and then watched the sun come up. All my pictures have no guests in them and I could go into many areas that would normally be full of people and take full view pictures like the pool deck empty or close-ups of the smallest detail. The cleaning crew was so nice and took time to talk with me since they rarely see paying guests. You would not believe how much they clean this new ship. I would say around 6:00 am the joggers start to come out, so 3:00 to 6:00 am is the perfect time to walk the decks if you want to feel like you have the whole ship to yourself!”

...as told by Disney cruiser Glenn Laterre

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Top Photo Slice: Alexander and the Midship Detective Agency (Fantasy) (℗ 34649) Photo contributed by © Jennifer Marx



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