Classes, programs and seminars oh my!

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  1. soleilmagie

    soleilmagie <font color=magenta>I know that disease, I've got

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    Is there a list of all the classes, programs and seminars you can take? It would be faster and easier to read than looking at all the Navigators. :surfweb:
     
  2. musicgirl

    musicgirl <font color=coral>Pooh lover<br><font color=teal>M

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    I think if you look on the Welcome Navigator, it lists all the highlights.
     
  3. webray

    webray Love the wineauxs!

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    The classes, seminars etc schedule vary from cruise to cruise so don't go by previous navigators to plan your cruise. Wait until you get on the ship. As far as wine/tequila/martini tastings you can get that info at guest services and make reservations when you board. As far as the daily, free classes they will be listed in the navigator you get each night, you can plan your day before you go to bed and all you have to do is show up. No reservations necessary for those.

    Don't stress about it before your cruise, you can't do everything on the ship. Everything overlaps and there is just way way too much to do.
     
  4. Aquagirl

    Aquagirl Move like a jellyfish, rhythm is nothing, you go w

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    How much are the wine/tequila/martini tastings??? Yum.
     
  5. woody73

    woody73 <font color=darkorange>Enjoyed the Pumpkinmen<br><

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    Just wait until you get onboard. The offerings change fairly often.
     
  6. jrabbit

    jrabbit DIS Veteran

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    On the 7 night cruises there are 3 basic Series:
    The Art of Entertaining: with cooking, napkin/towel folding, drink mixing classes
    The Art of Entertainment: meet with the cast that puts on the nightly shows in the Walt Disney Theater, "tour" the theater/stage
    The Navigator Series: The Making of the Magic, Q&A with Senior Ship Operations Officers (like the Captain, Engineer, etc), walking tours of the ship
     

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