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Old 03-05-2013, 12:30 PM   #31
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I signed up at guest services as soon as I was on board. The mixology fills up quickly. I was on that same cruise.
Cool, thanks yeah I know it fills up fast
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I see you did the mixology class. Where did you sign up for that? I read a navigator that says you can sign up at La Piazza. I know it use to be at guest services, can you still sign up at guest services or now just La Piazza?
Yep, guest services! And we did that as soon as we got on, which was about 11:35.
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This might be a long shot but do you have pictures of the princesses or Peter Pan on your cruise?
I'll have to check. I think we may have taken a shot from deck four looking down on deck 3. I remember seeing Peter Pan once but didn't get a photo.
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Yep, guest services! And we did that as soon as we got on, which was about 11:35.
that's prob when we will get on or close too it, we are platinum as well. And we plan on going to see about tastings and galley tour
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Day 8: Castaway Cay:
We were warned the day before by Brent that the weather was likely not to be so great today, but when we docked it really wasn’t too bad. A bit overcast, but the temps were in the high 70s. We actually had to nudge our way through the deck two lobby to make our way to the elevators. The ship had not yet been cleared and despite Brentt’s repeated “encouragement” to wait for his announcement, folks were stacking up on this deck to get down the stairs to the gang way. We had breakfast up on deck at Cabana’s. Not sure if I’ve mentioned enough how much we enjoyed this space. We found the variety and quality of the food great, as well as enjoyed the layout of the space, and love eating on the open deck!


Castaway Cay is simply beautiful, as my DP says; it’s the ideal image of a tropical island. The view from outside Cabana’s was great.




We breezed off the ship at about 10 am, guess what, no lines! Of course I took a ton of pictures of the ship from the dock then we hopped a tram to the first stop. We tooled around the shops a bit then headed back to Marge’s Barges for our 11 am parasailing excursion. I’ve done this a couple of times on the island, but this was going to be the first time for DP. The skies were cloudy, but fortunately the winds were calm enough not to have canceled the experience. We motored out past the ship then took our turns being sent aloft. We also got to see a water spout, out toward the adult beach. I know there are photos of it posted already. DP and I were the last ones to go up, and it was AWESOME! Such an incredible view of the ship, the island and the water. It feels so much different than you might expect. You have very little sensation of going up, it just seems like the boat is getting smaller. It is also very quiet up there and peaceful.

We got reeled in and started heading back to the dock. Just like tendering at a port like Grand Cayman, you get some very unique and unequaled views of the ship. The little boat was a tad rocky, so taking great photos wasn’t happening. As we got closer to the dock the rain started to fall. When we got off the boat it started to pour. We had to run back onboard the ship anyway, so that’s where we took refuge. We hung out on deck for a few minutes, deciding what to do, stay on board or head to the beach. The clouds broke and the sun came out, so the decision was easy, Serenity Bay here we come.



Took the trams out to SB, and scored loungers not too far down the beach. The clouds came and went, so we decided to test the water. It wasn’t as chilly as I expected, but I chose to venture only knee deep, DP went for a swim, while I lay out on the lounger. We spent some time enjoying the beach before hitting the BBQ for lunch. We do like the slightly upscale selections there at SB. After lunch we spent a little bit more time on the beach, but as the clouds got thicker and the breeze picked up we decided to start back.

We took the tram to Pelican Point, with plans of playing at Pelican Plunge. We did this last year and it was A LOT of fun. Since it was a bit cloudy we chose to skip it as we knew we’d be pretty chilly when we got out of the water. We walked around some more then headed back to the ship.

Since the weather was taking a turn for the worse, we decided to use our last day of our Rain Forrest Room pass. Man we love this place!!! Spent some time there enjoying the hot tubs, loungers and showers. The rain was coming and going, but when we did get to spend some time in afterward in the adult pool, since we hadn’t actually been in there yet.

We got cleaned up and dressed for the farewell show. Once again, we like all of the shows, even these bookend ones, especially when the cast is performing production numbers. We also get a kick out of how much stuff is dropped on your heads during the shows! The Genie made a great joke about this during one of the performances.

After the show, we swung by the stateroom to put our luggage out and then we still had some time to kill, so we ventured up to Palo go say good-bye to Luca, and give him a little gift. As we noted before, we do plan ahead and bring some treats on board for those cast members who provide us with a bit of extra magic. Yes we tip, we usually over tip, so we’ve covered that, and I’ve already engaged in a silly argument on one of the threads about such extra gifts. So I won’t re-visit that here, but this has been my tradition for years, and our token of appreciation has always been met with the same enthusiasm and gratitude that I express when my customers do the same for me. That being said, he seemed really delighted.

Our final dinner was AP, and this was the animation show night. You are asked to create a character on a special placemat.. Then because the focus of the evening is on the show, they run service a little differently. There is only one choice of appetizer and the soup option is the popcorn soup. You choose whether you want them or not and you choose your entrée. It was cool to get so see and taste both the animator’s sampler and the popcorn soup as we learned a bit about them during the galley tour. The show starts a bit after the entrée is served and it was totally cool to see your goofy little character show up on the screens in your area and then see them worked into scenes with some classic Disney Characters! It was a lot of fun and truly a technological marvel!

After dinner we hung about to see the See You Real Soon “show” in the atrium. I have to admit, I like Until We Meet Again on the Magic a bit more, while at both you get some great additional meet and greet time with the characters, but I missed seeing some of the live characters and main cast members from the shows, which was the case on the Magic. One big change is that they run this twice in the evening, which really helps break up the crowd and gives those kids who can’t hang out until 10 pm a chance to see their favorite characters before leaving the ship the next morning.



We had struck up a bit of a friendship with a couple of the main stage cast members and were hoping to see some of them at this event, but like I said, it was a bit different. We had decided to give them the rest of the treats we brought with us. Happily we stumbled upon one of the principal dancers and shared once again how much we enjoyed their work and asked him to get the goodies to the group. These folks don’t usually have as much interaction with the guests and many of us don’t realize that very often the character handlers are also the stage performers. We’ve always made a point of seeking them out and letting them know how much we admire and appreciate their hard work.

Next stop, the Tube and Michael Holly’s adult cabaret. So you can tell we truly don’t try to miss the entertainment opportunities!!!! We enjoyed each of them a great deal and encourage others to take advantage of what is offered!

Before turning in and doing the last of the packing, we wandered the ship at length, taking lots of pictures and trying to commit her to memory. Then one last sleep before we had to leave our new favorite home away from home!
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Bits and Bobs

Before I finish up with our last day, I wanted to cover some of the details I may have missed for forgotten through the report. No particular order, just what I can remember or made notes about.

One thing that struck me was despite the classic beauty of the ship, the use of technology was incredible. Lots of LED screens, some used outside of dining rooms showing the menus, screens highlighting venues in the elevators and the lighted drink menus in the Tube and Sky Line were great, no reading glasses required! Speaking of, the Tube is a marvel; we were told the bubble like lights were invented for this space! There is a lot to take in here and it should be appreciated. We were also struck by the big photo wall outside of the D Lounge at which you can access your Shutters photos. The pod area for Shutters was also pretty cool as is the remote viewing desk on deck two.

We also took note that there were an incredible number of character interactions available on board. There always seemed to be something going on in the atrium lobby and I think you’d have to try not to see your favorites.

Food is a hot button and very subjective topic on the boards; however, we consistently found the food to be from very good to excellent at each meal. The variety was outstanding, very, very available and all delicious. While it isn’t particularly unique or extra special, we found ourselves stopping at I Scream pretty much every time we passed the place! Also, along with the usual quick service options at Flo’s, they had unique daily specials, like pulled pork sandwiches. Make sure you check that out.

Enchanted Art, WOW!!! These were totally amazing. It didn’t take too long to figure out that the enchanted art is in a specific type of frame, so you think you can guess which ones are and aren’t enchanted. Exception being that there are non-enchanted pieces in the exact same frames, so you really have to check them all out. We did play two of the Mid-ship Detective Agency mysteries, The Muppet Caper and the Missing Puppies. These were both a lot of fun and they are truly a cool piece of technology. We very much encourage folks to take part. One hint, for the Muppet one, before you play, take a good photo of Pepe’s door and the Muppets Call Board (outside the movie theatre). Being able to pull up and read these images can save you some back tracking!

Day 9: Going Home

Well here it was at last, the dreaded day of disembarkation! The only thing that made this day not quite so depressing was the fact that we had booked next year’s trip! Having one in the wings takes the sting out of leaving!

We were the only couple from our table to go to the dining room for breakfast. One of the reasons we like having late seating for dinner, is that breakfast on the last day isn’t until 8 am! So off to AP, carry ons and completed comment card in hand! We had a light breakfast and got to say our good byes to our serving team, especially Rosie, she was so sweet!



Before heading off, we ran up to deck 5 to see if we could check out the stateroom we booked for next year, 5518. By this time, most of the staterooms are open and we could check out the layout. 5518 is a category 8A, one of the two porthole rooms we had read about on the boards. Of course, 5518 was the only room not open when we got there, but we decided to check out 5018 since it would be pretty much the same. It was open and we’re really looking forward to staying in this stateroom next year!!! The portholes are much larger above deck two and these rooms are really spacious.

The only major complaint we have about the entire trip and DCL in general is that they are WAY too good at getting you off the ship! We got to deck three, and walked right off, down the hallway, down the steps! It feels like there should be a decompression process, but no on this trip, we were off, luggage collected by the porter, through customs and on the bus in a flash! I passed out on the bus once we pulled away from the port and woke up just as we were approaching the air port. The trip goes very fast that way!




Ours was the first stop at the air port. We gathered our luggage, did some re-arranging, got a cart and headed up to ticketing. We had a 1:30 flight so we weren’t in a big hurry. We checked in, got our boarding passes and slogged through security. While waiting for our flight we had lunch.

The flight departed on time and arrived a few minutes early at Philadelphia. The first reality check was the drastic change in temperature!!! From shorts to winter in a few short hours! The shock really starts to hit when you get home and there is no one to take your luggage, fix your meals or turn down your bed. Our lament was, “we miss our people!”

It was an amazing trip!!! Our expectations were met and exceeded in all areas, most especially the Fantasy herself! Now the countdown to next year begins!
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Hi. Just wondering, did you buy the weekly couples rainforest pass? If so, did it come with scrubs and how much was it. Great report! Thanks!
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Hi. Just wondering, did you buy the weekly couples rainforest pass? If so, did it come with scrubs and how much was it. Great report! Thanks!
We bought a three day pass and used our platinum discount. Didn't I mention that in the report?
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It was. Sorry I missed that. So I assume this would not be available to everyone since it was only given when you referenced your platinum letter?
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It was. Sorry I missed that. So I assume this would not be available to everyone since it was only given when you referenced your platinum letter?
Nope it's available to everyone, they just don't advertise it at the spa, they push week long passes. We learned about the three day option from our platinum perks letter.
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Nope it's available to everyone, they just don't advertise it at the spa, they push week long passes. We learned about the three day option from our platinum perks letter.
There just happened to be a $10 discount as a platinum member, the three day isn't an exclusive perk.
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Thanks so much for all the time you took to post.
Sometimes I felt like you could read my mind - like needing a decompression chamber... It's way too stark of a transition from Fantasy to Reality and comes too quickly. I think they should make everyone walk through the entire ship,finally ending at the lower " time to get off " deck.A sloooow walk.
We re boarding in the morning and I did not remember to bring an extra envelope for our Remy Dinner servers and Palo Brunch servers. I'm one of those dreaded over tippers.... Perhaps Guest Services might have extra envelopes?????
I also forgot to practice drawing stick figures for AP. Last year,on the MV, I tried to draw a bunny and it came out looking like road kill - quite embarrassing. I did remember to bring extra money - even though we do the automatic gratuities,we always put extra money in everyone's envelope. I think you're either the kind of person who has always done that or you never will be, and those never will be's will never understand why we do it,so I don't even talk about the subject of tipping anymore. For us,it's a combination of treating others as you would like to be treated AND rewarding exceptional service,which always exists on DCL,,which you have to actually cruise other lines to understand.
Which cruise did you book for next year?
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Thanks so much for all the time you took to post.
Sometimes I felt like you could read my mind - like needing a decompression chamber... It's way too stark of a transition from Fantasy to Reality and comes too quickly. I think they should make everyone walk through the entire ship,finally ending at the lower " time to get off " deck.A sloooow walk.
We re boarding in the morning and I did not remember to bring an extra envelope for our Remy Dinner servers and Palo Brunch servers. I'm one of those dreaded over tippers.... Perhaps Guest Services might have extra envelopes?????
I also forgot to practice drawing stick figures for AP. Last year,on the MV, I tried to draw a bunny and it came out looking like road kill - quite embarrassing. I did remember to bring extra money - even though we do the automatic gratuities,we always put extra money in everyone's envelope. I think you're either the kind of person who has always done that or you never will be, and those never will be's will never understand why we do it,so I don't even talk about the subject of tipping anymore. For us,it's a combination of treating others as you would like to be treated AND rewarding exceptional service,which always exists on DCL,,which you have to actually cruise other lines to understand.
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We are sailing the 2/1/14 western cruise.

There so totally needs to be a slower, way to transition off those ships!

For Remy and Palo, you can just add extra tips when you sign your bill.
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Hey again! Loved the report, and the pictures! We leave from PHL on FRIDAY for our very first cruise!! DH can't understand how I am already talking about rebooking onboard when we haven't ever been before!

I was just thinking today how careful I have to be about sunscreen, so not used to it.

I also appreciate the tips on tipping. ; ) As a former cocktail waitress, I'm in the "I'd rather die than undertip" category too....

thanks again for taking the time to post...
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