What to do on the ship first

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  1. manhattanman

    manhattanman Mouseketeer

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    They are not booze fests and are quasi educational. We did the champagne one, it was four glasses and about 35-45 minutes in pink. It was pretty light in terms of attendance, like 12 people or so. The times change, ours was at 12:15 on the last day. Definitely worth it in my opinion.
     
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  3. stitch68

    stitch68 Earning My Ears

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    I don't have kids.....but the 1st thing my mom & I do......is eat lunch!

    on the Magic & Wonder, we ususally hit Parrot Cay.....but buffet upstairs would be a good choice too.
     
  4. My2Angels

    My2Angels Mickey Moms Club member

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    We are only on the 3 day cruise. Should we sign kids in the clubs first before the pool? Also when do they do the Bon Voyage party and fireworks? We don't want to miss it!
     
  5. blurbs

    blurbs Earning My Ears

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    On our first 3-night Dream cruise we were on by noon. We had a quick bite at Cabanas, changed into swimwear and rode the Aquaduck (no line!) and then we did the Mid Ship Detective Agency game which was awesome because we learned almost the entire ship by looking for the clues!
     
  6. superrach

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    Hi Lydia!! How cool to see another Memphian on here! I went to Palo to make the reservation but that was when we were on the Fantasy. Could be different on the Dream so good idea to ask first.

    As far as the tastings go, the guest services can tell you what is offered cause it can differ with each cruise. We did the mixology one last July on the Fantasy and it was a blast! It's a group of about 15-20 adults in a bar with a bartender hosting it. The bartender is what makes the experience good or not. This one was $15 a person and the bartender took us through 5 drink recipes. We took turns making drinks for each other and it was just a fun 45 minute class type experience. Fun to try out new drinks and not have to pay a whole lot for them. From what I see on the Navigators typically each cruise will have at least 4 classes offered of either a mixology, martini, beer, whiskey, cognac, or margarita. Mostly offered on sea days.
     

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