First Time Cruiser - Help!!!!


DIS Veteran
Dec 20, 2000
I am thinking about reserving the 3 day cruise to the bahamas and have some questions:

1) Is there enough to do for adults only???

2) I am thinking of a catagory 7 room with the Navigator's veranda. Is that a good choice?

3) Is the excursion to Altantis a good choice?

Thanks for your help!!!!
1.) There is plenty of thing for adults to do. So much so, that when you finish with the three day, you'll book a seven day cruise. We did, and others do as well. Plenty of adult "only" areas and activities as well.

2.) We book cat 11. Hubby is a little more cautious about that sort of thing. The way I figure it, as long as I'm on-board, I shouldn't complain. If I want to see ocean, I'll just go up on the decks. If you have the means, go for it. You can't go wrong.

3.) Atlantis is a beautiful hotel. They have an aquarium/water park, shops, casino and restaurants. For more excitement, try swimming with the dolphins or a regata tour.

Hope this is a start for you. You'll love DCL!!!
Wonder 1/17/02:bounce:
As someone who has tried (and loved) all 3 cruises, I wish I'd gotten a cheaper room for our last 3 nite cruise. You are so busy and the 3 nites are here and gone so fast, I don't think we spent a total of 1 hour on our verandah. We did enjoy it on the 7 day and spent about a total of 3 hrs. on it on our 4 day. We're going on 3 nite in May in a cat. 10 and back with a verandah for our 7nite in Aug. So many great ways to spend the money we'll be saving.


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