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I have sailed with Carnival and NCL before and for this next cruise we are looking at taking our two children ages 4 and 1. I have been looking at different options and it appears that Disney is a lot more expensive than the other lines.

Do you find that this is worth the costs and what are the differences between Disney and the other lines that can justify this cost?

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I have sailed with Carnival and NCL before and for this next cruise we are looking at taking our two children ages 4 and 1. I have been looking at different options and it appears that Disney is a lot more expensive than the other lines.

Do you find that this is worth the costs and what are the differences between Disney and the other lines that can justify this cost?

Any input is appreciated.
You know we took the 4 nite Disney cruise our first cruise ever and we had 2 boys ages 8 and 13 with us at that time. We loved it so much that we are going in may of this year and are taking the one boy who is 15 and our 3 yr old daughter who will be 4 at time of cruise. We think it is worth the money as disney really caters to FAMILY setting. i just read an article from a book that compares the disney cruise line to other cruise lines and in comparison all were pretty close to the same price as they say disney shows total prices including fees and such where the other lines don't and also dinsey has free sodas and such at dinner and on deck 9 and other cruise lines you have to pay for all drinks no matter what. also the staterooms are bigger then most staterooms on other cruises. My question to you though is what do you want to get out of your trip? If you want activites and babysitting then disney has plenty of it. The roataion dining is awesome, something always new everyday on the cruise.
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It is kind of hard to explain. The total atmosphere of the ship and crew is outstanding to start with. Everyone is genuinely friendly.

The staterooms are larger than most lines and the split bathrooms are so nice when you have several people needing to get cleaned up for dinner.

The characters are also an added fun event on the ship. Adults pose with them as much as kids do.
The Pirate party is really fun, and at the end of the party DCVL shoots off fireworks at sea. They are the only ship that does this as far as I know.
Plus you can have pictures with Capt Jack Sparrow before the party and on the beach on Castaway Cay with the Flying Dutchman behind him.

Seeeing the Flying Dutchman is a big bonus too!!!

Also watching movies on the big outdoor movie screen by th epool is great fun.

Palos is a great adult only dining experience too.

I cant say why it is worth paying more for their cruise, and for some it wouldnt be worth it. But for us it is.
Just the whole atmosphere is so up beat and friendly. I guess it is just something everyone should try at least once , to see for themselves what the Disney quality is like fo rthemselves.

I'm sure you'll have a very magical cruise and the kids will have an awesome time too, if you want to go.
You can go to DCL's web site and order a free dvd that will giv eyou a better idea about the ship and cruises they have. Perhaps this will help you to decide.

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I have been trying to weigh the costs of the different lines and called Disney's 1-800 number to ask a couple questions. I asked what the differences are that justify the higher costs and the lady gave me the wierdest answer.

"She said that the other lines have a lot more ships to fill so they have to charge less." I don't care how many ships they have. I took this comment to mean that since disney has less ships they need to charge more in order to make more money.
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I agree that is a weird answer!!!!

I think a lot of it is you are paying for the name. Because when you associate anything with the name of Disney, you expect a certain standard of excellance. Kind of like buying a cadillac car. before you even see it, you have certain expectations you expect from it.
It costs more than a volkswagon, but you get more than with a volks wagon.
Hope that makes sense.

I do agree Disney is over priced, compared to other lines, but some other lines also charge extra for little things that dcl doesnt, so by the end of your cruise you bill is usually around where dcl would of cost anyway.

Like I stated before you have to experience the atmosphere to really understand the difference their crew members make for the enjoyment of your cruise compared to other lines.

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What is your opinion of the food. I found the food to be rather enjoyable but I have heard mixed reviews of the Disney food.
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What is your opinion of the food. I found the food to be rather enjoyable but I have heard mixed reviews of the Disney food.
I didn't think the food was all that bad myself. they have a variety for everyone even the picky eaters. This was back in 2000 so not sure if that has changed much or not? has it Kathleen?
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I think the Wonder is still great food all over the ship.
But on the Magic I believe the buffet has gone down hill, The restaurants are all still really good and Palos is excellant.

I think a different Chef must be in charge of the buffet.
The past 3 cruises on the Magic the biscuits were hard as a rock, gravy was gooey and not as big of a selection as it use to be.

The rest of the food there was very good.

Goofys galley has wrap sandwiches that are excellant and pastas too.

Over all, very good food, just afew disappointments in the buffet on the Magic only.

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Archie,

We have cruised Carnival, NCL, AND Disney (disney being our most recent this past summer on the wonder). All we cruised with our daughter who will turn 5 in febuary. Carnival one was great the other was bad, but our daughter loved it....NCL was great but the kids area was just okay...Disney well read below...

I think with the 1yr old and 4 yr old you cant go wrong with disney. They have an AWESOME kids area for both of them. Only downfall is that we hardly used the kids area due to there was ALWAYS something going on for the kids to see and do on the ship.

Food on the ship, well I was a bit disappointed. In the main dinning areas I liked NCL's food better. Plus dinning in the main areas on the Disney wonder was very noisey. with kids you expect that, but it was to the point you can't have a conversation with you spouse without saying "What?!" at least 10 times. What we plan to do if we cruise disney again is take our daughter to the buffet for dinner...drop her off at the daycare play area...and go have a peaceful adult only dinner at palo's. If you plan to eat at palo's (which is suppose to be awesome). make reservations the first day you arrive!!!!

Also the private island is nice. I recommend spending family time half the day, then drop the kids off at the daycare beach area, take the trolly to the adult only beach (which most resembles the beach from the carona commercial) and relax and enjoy. (there is a adult only lunch there that seves grilled steaks...mmmm)

Overall it was a great cruise. Yes it is pricey. My daughter LOVED it. It was neat and different....beautiful ship and the rooms were awesome!! we only did the 3day this past june. but if you board when they start boarding (around 10:30am....its almost like you have a 4day and it seemed as though we had the ship to ourselves for a couple of hours) I think what you are paying for is like kathy said the DISNEY name. Also the shows are awesome and having all those characters at your fingertips for pictures and autographs is great!

Will I cruise disney again?? Probably yes. But the itinerary has to change a little for me before I do. Our next 2 cruises are booked with ncl.
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I have been on Carnival and NCL. The Carnival cruise was great. The one on NCL was great except I didn't care as much for the food. I am leaning towards Disney on the Magic. I was planning on sailing in September but I just got layed off from my job so the question is sail now while I am out of work or hope that I get a job that I will have enough vacation time to use by September.
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I went on a 7 day eastern carribean cruise on the Magic in February 2006 (wow only a year ago!) I had my 4 year old daughter with my wife, myself my 18 year old son, my sister in law and her husband and kids. We had two connecting cabins. We had a wonderful time. Words can not describe how great everything was. My daughter still talks about how good a time she had. All the kids ages 5, 7, 12, 14, 17 and 18 all agree it was the best vacation they ever had. We all love the entire Disney experience.

Disney seems more expensive than other cruise lines but if you love disney and have kids, especially kids under 10 or so, I think Disney is the way to go, hands down. If you don't love disney or have older kids RCL may be a better way to go. I am going on an RCL cruise summer of 2008. The one year old won't care one way or the other.
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You have kids -- You need to go on a Disney Cruise! We are going for the 2nd time on the Magic (Western Caribbean) with our 6 year-old, 4 year-old & recent addition, 6 month old.

I was so--o very impressed by the service, attention to detail & general quality of everything...(i.e., food, room, excursions, children's program, entertainment). My husband did not think he would enjoy the cruise -- I really had to sell him on it. Now, he is 100% pro-Disney cruising!!!!

With that said, we have not been on another cruise (that was our first experience on a cruise!) AND, are worried that other cruise lines may not live up the Disney "Magic" (pun intended) we experienced!!!

It's an absolutely wonderful family vacation -- I will say however that the ages of your children (1 & 4 right?) may make it a little more difficult for children's programming...They take 3 year-old, potty trained kids in the club and you would have to use the babysitting for the one year old (which we will be resorting to for our 6 month old). Not so bad, but limited hours you can use them (AND, you have to pay per hour, whereas, in the older program, you do not). We'll see how it goes...
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:o WOW!!!! SO SO SO MUCH FUN,......
GREAT SERVICE ++++ I WOULD TRAVEL ON DISNEY AGAIN AND AGAIN ITS JUST NOT FOR THE KIDS....IT BRINGS THE KID OUT IN YOU...

IF YOU DON'T LIKE THE MENU....NO PROBLEM.....JUST TELL THEM,...
MY PICKIE PICKIE CHILD DIDN'T WANT ANY OF THERE STUFF...JUST SPAGETTI AND GUESS WHAT EVERY SINGLE NIGHT THEY MADE SURE THERE WAS THAT SPAGETTI FOR HER...

HOW INCREDIABLE IS THAT..... HOW DUMB ON MY KIDS PART NOT TO TRY ANYTHING ELSE... BUT OH WELL SHE WAS HAPPY.... AND WHO CARES./.....SPAGETTI IS ALL GOOD...

THE BUFFETT BREAKFAST YUM, YUM YUM... GET THOSE MICKEY MOUSE WAFFLES AND DRESS THEM HOW YOU LIKE EM...!!!! I WOULD GO BACK ON THERE JUST FOR THIS..

ITS JUST A WONDERFUL CRUISE I BELEIVE,...AND WELL WORTH IT SOMETHING I WILL NEVER EVER EVER FORGET AND I AM SO SO GLAD I WAS ABLE TO GO...

GREAT POOL DECK PARTIES TOO.
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I don't believe the "more ships so they charge less" bit the DCL person gave. Disney charges more simply because they can. They have a niche product that is unlike anything else. Others have noted the plusses you get with a Disney cruise. There is high demand due to the high quality of the product, and DCL pricing is demand-based ... probably more so than other lines.

Our family of 10 will be aboard the Magic next January. It won't be a cheap trip. But I know in my heart that seeing those kids enjoy the characters and the ship itself will be worth every penny!
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10 people is a lot, hope you will give a trip report for us.
I recognise you from another board. There I am mom x4,grandma x4. You've probably seen my name a few times. I am a chatter box on these boards.

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Hey, Kathleen. Good to see you. You have certainly been a wealth of information for me in planning for this cruise. Thanks a ton!

I think this will be my new "hangout" since it works so much more predictably than the other place.

I will certainly do a trip report. We have our PassPorters and everything, and are chatting on our own private board daily.
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I will be watching next January for your report.
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Hey, Kathleen. Good to see you. You have certainly been a wealth of information for me in planning for this cruise. Thanks a ton!

I think this will be my new "hangout" since it works so much more predictably that the other place.

I will certainly do a trip report. We have our PassPorters and everything, and are chatting on our own private board daily.
Hey Kim you traitor. (just kidding) as i know what you mean.
I'd go on Disney again with or without kids.

Most people think I'm nuts because I loved the Krispy Kreme doughnuts every morning. Free sodas didn't hurt either.

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I don't believe the "more ships so they charge less" bit the DCL person gave. Disney charges more simply because they can. They have a niche product that is unlike anything else. Others have noted the plusses you get with a Disney cruise. There is high demand due to the high quality of the product, and DCL pricing is demand-based ... probably more so than other lines.

Our family of 10 will be aboard the Magic next January. It won't be a cheap trip. But I know in my heart that seeing those kids enjoy the characters and the ship itself will be worth every penny!
Agreed - it is totally based on supply and demand. Enough demand exists for their product - which is unique - that lets Disney command a premium. Other lines considerably charge more for a luxury experience - e.g., Silversea versus NCL. Again it is simply a matter of supply and demand.

I also wonder, no pun intended, how much revenue they miss out on due to the lack of a casino.
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I also wonder, no pun intended, how much revenue they miss out on due to the lack of a casino.
Quite a bit! The casino is a major money-maker for cruise ships. The lack of this revenue stream has to be made up somewhere else.
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They have krispy creme donughts on the ship? how did i miss that?
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Yes they do, check out the display at the dessert area of the buffet at breakfast!! You'll have a sugar high just from the smell!!!!

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Well I think I am ready to make the plunge and book a Disney cruise. I will be sailing on the Magic on the September 8th sailing. I just started working for a travel agency so I just need to wait til my name gets updated on the IATAN list so I can get a 15% discount. Anything I should know about the Magic before we set sail.
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Good for you, Archie. I hope to find employment at an agency soon. I've passed the TAP exam and am working on a destination specialist certification.

I'd suggest you obtain a copy of "Passporter" to learn everything you could possibly know about Disney cruising. You can go to the website (www.passporter.com) or get it at one of the online booksellers. It's an excellent publication. Birnbaum also published a DCL guide.
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Some really good suggestions so far. If one really wants to save, they can go directly to WDW, you can get a nice room (not at the disney resorts) on International Drive in Orlando for $35 a night in the summer, which is non-peak season. Orlando is a real bargin in the summer. Actully you can stay at Fort Wilderness (camping) for $41 in the summer as well.

The cruise is very special though, a great time for sure.

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we (me/wife/4 YO daughter) took a 4 night Bahama cruise on the Disney Wonder in May....$3200 for the cruise minus airfare and transfers...we stated in a class 4 staterroom...

it was worth every cent....there was so much to do and my daughter had a ball...hopefully will do a seven night W. Carib cruise next year!!

One piece of advice...try to go in the off season even if you must take your kids out of school...less expensive, less crowded and not obnoxiously hot!!
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The mistake people make is comparing Disney Cruise Line to budget lines, like Carnival, RCL, etc.
DCL is an upscale cruise line to be compared to Celebrity, etc.
Disney's level of service is above that of the budget lines, like Carnival for example.

If you want the level of service that Disney embodies, then it is worth the money.
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we just got off the Carnival Glory after taking 14 cruises with DCL.
We will NEVER do anything thing but DCL or a comparable line to them again!!
The differences were amazing.
Plus they charge more for everything so in the long run it will cost you just as much as DCL if you do everything you would of done on on DCL.

The Glory was a beautiful ship but that is as far as it goes.

I fyou want to really know the differences keep an eye out for my cruise report in 2 or 3 days, I am going to follow up the end of the report with a detailed list of comparrisons of both ships to show the differences. carnival does have some great things about it, but not enough to be worth going again on her.

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Kathleen,
You are so right. We did the Conquest and it was very nice.
Our last cruise was on the Sensation. This was our first with kids (two boys - 5 & 1 1/2 at the time of the cruise).
I will NEVER do another cruise with kids unless it is Disney.
As you can see, I have ventured into the Disney cruise arena!! :

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Our grandkids were with us and they have done 3 Disney cruises with us.They both said Disney was 100 times better than Carnival for their clubs. One is 12 the other is 16.

I had always heard Carnival and RCCL was much better for the older kids than Disney but for our family that isnt true.

So our next 3 cruises are all Disney too. It may cost more but it is certainly worth every cents to have an AWESOME vacation.

I',m sure you and your kids will have a very Magical cruise.

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