Carribean vs bahama

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by Justicebreez, Oct 6, 2013.

  1. Justicebreez

    Justicebreez Earning My Ears

    Jun 30, 2013
    Hello we are new to the cruise scene and although we are booked for a 3 day bahama cruise(yay) I was wondering the differences between the Caribbean and bahama cruises?? Advantages disadvantage stuff like that! Is Castaway cay the key to the experience as my travel agent suggested? I'm already to book my next cruise so any advice would be greatly appreciated!
  2. jdb in AZ

    jdb in AZ It could end up curdled

    Feb 11, 2011
    Castaway Cay is very nice. The offer a buffet on the beach, and lots of water activities. Or you can just sunbathe on the white groomed(!) sand.

    The biggest difference I've found between the DCL Bahamas cruises and their Caribbean cruises, is there's more ports of call in the Caribbean, so you get to see more far away places, and more diversity.
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  4. wiigirl

    wiigirl DIS Veteran

    Oct 29, 2012
  5. kimistry6

    kimistry6 DIS Veteran

    Aug 10, 2010
    This is just our experience, but the longer caribbean cruises just seem much more relaxed. No need to get everything in right away. If there's a long line for the aquaduck, we can come back later. Plus, we love sea days and on the eastern there are 2 sea days at the very front which give you time to rest and get your sea legs. That being said, as much as I love the longer cruises, I would pick a 3-4 night one over not cruising at all.
  6. TempusFugit

    TempusFugit Are you a fan of delicious flavor?

    Oct 5, 2011
    Our experience as well. Also, Castaway Cay is a stop for all Disney cruise itineraries with a few exceptions. So fear not, you won't miss out on it.
  7. JimGA

    JimGA DIS Veteran

    Oct 25, 2012

    My advice would be to book your next cruise while you are on your 3 day cruise, you will save 10% and only have to put down 10% plus get eitehr $100 or 200 in shipboard credits.

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