Disney Cruise

We stayed in Stateroom 6110 on the Disney Wonder on a Spring Break cruise in April of 2014.  It is a Category 05C – Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah located on the aft (rear) starboard (right)  side of the ship on Deck 6, about a third of the way between the aft and mid ship elevators.  

Here are our pictures of the room!

Stateroom Door
Stateroom Door
Hallway Looking Towards Verandah
Hallway Looking Towards Verandah
Bed and Sitting Area
Bed and Sitting Area
 
 
Desk Area
Desk Area
Trunk/Dresser
Trunk/Dresser
Bed
Bed
Hallway
Hallway
Split Bathroom With Toilet
Split Bathroom With Toilet
Split Bathroom With Shower/Tub
Split Bathroom With Shower/Tub
Slightly Fuzzy View through Verandah Door
Slightly Fuzzy View through Verandah Door
Verandah View
Verandah View
Panoramic Verandah View
Panoramic Verandah View

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Here are the ten cheapest (per night) cruises you can take with two adults and two children in a concierge stateroom as of February 3, 2018.  The Fantasy has one sailing on the list, but it looks like its during prime hurricane season!  The rest of the sailings are on the Magic and the Wonder.  There are five Very Merrytime cruises on this list, which makes me think they aren’t booking up.

Cruise Name Number of Days Date Ship Departure Port Concierge Price Concierge Price Per Night
5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston to San Juan.
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Here are the ten cheapest (per night) cruises you can take with two adults and two children in a verandah stateroom as of February 3, 2018.  There are lots of great sailings here, including two on the Fantasy!  There are two Very Merrytime cruises and two Halloween on the High Seas cruises!

Cruise Name Number of Days Date Ship Departure Port Verandah Price Verandah Price Per Night
5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston to San Juan. 5 January 9 2019 Disney Wonder Galveston Texas $3,230.40 $646.08
13-Night Eastbound Transatlantic Cruise from Miami to Barcelona.
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In March of 2016, we stayed in Stateroom 7610 on the Disney Wonder.  We were originally booked into a Category 9C Oceanview on Deck 2, but we upgraded at the port to this room for just $400.  Stateroom 7610 is a Category 05B Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah located on the aft (rear) starboard (right)  side of the ship on Deck 7, just behind the aft elevators.  This is really the only time we’ve managed to upgrade at the port.  The rest of the sailings either didn’t have anything available or didn’t have anything better than what we had already booked.Read the rest

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Here are the ten cheapest (per night) cruises you can take with two adults and two children in an oceanview stateroom as of February 3, 2018.  This list is similar to the inside stateroom prices with lots of sailings out of San Juan and there are three Very Merrytime Cruises in this list.

Cruise Name Number of Days Date Ship Departure Port Oceanview Price Oceanview Price Per Night
5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston to San Juan. 5 January 9 2019 Disney Wonder Galveston Texas $2,750.40 $550.08
13-Night Eastbound Transatlantic Cruise from Miami to Barcelona.
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Here are the ten cheapest (per night) cruises you can take with two adults and two children in an inside stateroom as of February 3, 2018.  Lots of sailings out of Galveston/San Juan, with two long cruises as well.  All of these are on the older ships.  There are actually two Very Merrytime Cruises in the list!

Cruise Name Number of Days Date Ship Departure Port Inside Price Inside Price Per Night
5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Galveston to San Juan.
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We have stayed in Stateroom 2612 on the Disney Wonder twice.  It is a Category 9C Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom located on the aft (rear) starboard (right)  side of the ship on Deck 2, just in front of the aft elevators.     Our first time in this room was during our trip to Alaska in August of 2013, then we returned to the same stateroom in March of 2015 for a Western Caribbean Cruise.

Here are our pictures of the room!

Door
Door
Look towards Window from Edge of Bed
Look towards Window from Edge of Bed
Looking towards Bed from Sitting Area
Looking towards Bed from Sitting Area
Desk Area
Desk Area
Window
Porthole

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We went on our first cruise on the Disney Fantasy in August of 2015 on a 7-Night Eastern Caribbean from Port Canaveral.  We stayed in room 6656, which is a Category 5D Deluxe Oceanview Stateroom with Verandah.  It is located on the aft (rear) starboard (right)  side of the ship on Deck 6, just in front of the aft elevators.   The room offered a great view of Castaway Cay as well as the Pirate Night Fireworks.

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Disney Cruise, Planning

So, you’ve booked your Disney Cruise — now it’s approaching your check in day and you wonder what will happen?  The most important thing you need to know before booking your excursions, adult dining, character meets, and other activities is that you must be paid in full on your cruise.  Once you have paid in full for your cruise, you can book your activities.  The date for this depends on how many Disney Cruises you have taken.  If this is your first cruise, your check in day will be 75 days from your sailing date.  If you have taken 1-4 cruises (this makes you a Silver Castaway Club member), your date will be 90 days out.  If you have taken 5-9 cruises (this makes you a Gold Castaway Club member), your date will be 105 days out.  If you have taken 10 or more (a Platinum Castaway Club member), your date will be 120 days out.  On the other hand, if you are sailing in a Concierge stateroom, you can book 125 days out regardless of your prior number of cruises.  You should be contacted by the shore side Concierge team who will book your activities for you (I believe you can email them 125 days out, so you should get everything you want).… Read the rest

Disney Cruise, Planning

You’ve booked your Disney Cruise — now it’s approaching your check-in day and you wonder what will happen.  The most important thing you need to know before checking in for your cruise is that you must be paid in full before you begin the check in process.  Once you have paid in full for your cruise, you can start checking in.  Your check-in date will depend on how many Disney Cruises you have taken.  If this is your first cruise, your check-in day will be 75 days from your sailing date.  If you have taken 1-4 cruises (this makes you a Silver Castaway Club member), your date will be 90 days out.  If you have taken 5-9 cruises (this makes you a Gold Castaway Club member), your date will be 105 days out.  If you have taken 10 or more (a Platinum Castaway Club member), your date will be 120 days out. 

Checking in isn’t nearly as important as booking your activities, which we will discuss in a future post.   You aren’t competing with other people for activities, adult dining times, or meet and greets with characters.  You do want to get this important information to Disney Cruise Line, but you can do it after you book your activities.… Read the rest