Cruising on Disney Wonder
On December 15, 2017, I set sail on the Disney Wonder out of Galveston, Texas. It was a bit chilly with light drizzle that day, but the weather in the Bahamas made up for that! We had sunshine everyday with temperatures in the 80's. It was truly a paradise!
Our first full day at sea began in Bibbidy Bobbidi Boutique where my daughter was transformed into a princess.
Now a princess herself, she must meet with other princesses.
A magical Christmastime cruise on a Disney ship included a spectacular Christmas tree lighting.
No cruise is complete without dressing up for dinner and a show. This night the show was the Golden Mickey’s. Like everything else on the cruise ship, the show was top notch.
After two days at sea, it was time to get our land legs back. Our first stop was in Nassau, Bahamas. Our family decided to try out the water park and beach at the famous Atlantis. If you have a cruise going to Nassau and want to visit Atlantis, booking through your cruise line is NOT the most economical way.
A Disney Cruise in the Bahamas is not complete without a Pirates in the Caribbean deck party.
The second stop on this cruise was at my favorite place on Earth, Castaway Cay. It is Disney's private island that is reserved for only one ship at a time. The sand and beaches are paradise. The is plenty to do if you are the active type. You can snorkel, ride a jet ski, go down the water slides, take a bike ride among other things. If relaxing is more your style, there are plenty of lounge chairs and hammocks too! There is even a private beach for adults.
The last stop was at Key West, Florida. We decided to take a little excursion to see some sharks. It was pretty awesome to see these creatures in their natural habitat.
Our adventure on the Disney Wonder came to an end, but yours can start soon! Disney ships have the largest staterooms with lots of storage. There is plenty for adults and children to enjoy. Contact me and I can tell you more!