Disney Fantasy: A Dream Come True - Part 3
by Jason Leppert
A cruise enthusiast and Disney fanboy sets sail on and reviews his first ever Disney cruise. And now the continuation...
Parts one and two of my review showcase the beautiful Disney Fantasy herself as well as the onboard attractions and entertainment. Here I conclude with a look at dining, service, and Disney's private island, Castaway Cay.
The restaurant arrangement onboard is most unique with three main dining rooms, each with their own distinct décor, made available to your party at least twice each during a seven-night cruise. Disney calls it rotational dining, and as your party alternates between dining rooms each night, so does your familiar wait staff move with you. This feature keeps the culinary experience fresh and is no doubt popular among children, entertained by the variety of venues.