Personal Navigators: Disney Magic 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise Itinerary B from Miami – November 1-6, 2013

Personal Navigators

Personal Navigators, and other handouts from the Disney Magic‘s 5-Night Western Caribbean – Itinerary B – November 1-6, 2013. This was the Disney Magic’s third cruise from Port Miami following her transformation.

5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise on Disney Wonder - Itinerary B

Miami • Sea • Grand Cayman • Cozumel • Sea

Day 1 – November 1, 2013 – Miami

Disney Magic Deck Plan Handout

Day 2 – November 2, 2013 – At Sea

  • Personal Navigator – Day 2
    Attire: Optional Dress Up | Show: Twice Charmed: An Original Twist on the Cinderella Story | Dinner Menu: Standard Rotational
    Drink of the Day: High Tide | Non Alcoholic: Lava Smoothie
  • Time Zone Change: -1 hour before bed

Day 3 – November 3, 2013 – Grand Cayman

Day 4 – November 4, 2013 – Cozumel (Pirate Night)

Day 5 – November 5, 2013 – At Sea

Buena Vista Theatre Movies

Thank you Cathy B for sharing.

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8 thoughts on “Personal Navigators: Disney Magic 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise Itinerary B from Miami – November 1-6, 2013

  1. Cathy Brow

    This was our first ever cruise, so I have nothing to compare it to. In my eyes, it was great! There were still some contractors on board, working through out the days. There were also painting, which the smell got a little annoying at times. I think the ship looked great! We had no issues with our room. The balcony was a little dirty, like they maybe do not clean them much, but not enough to spoil our trip. We were not impressed with the food in Cabanas. Some meals were hot and fresh with really good options, some days not so good. We preferred quick service over Cabanas. I did not notice any thing not running smoothly, but then again, I would have no idea how things are supposed to run 🙂 For being our first cruise, we were very happy with the whole experience! Looking at booking Dream or Fantasy for next Nov., then we can compare the two!

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    1. Sarah

      Thanks so much for the feedback. We are going on our first cruise as well on the Magic this Spring. We debated about the verandah…is it worth it? Did you use it?

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  2. Cathy Brown

    I would ABSOLUTLEY tell you to book the verandah room!!! I remember passing the comment the second day that it was going to become my favorite part of the cruise!! And, that it did!! I loved being able to sit out there morning, noon and night. It was SO peaceful out there!! We were able to watch as we approached both Grand Cayman and Cozumel from the verandah. We arrived at Grand Cayman very early in the morning. We were able to jump out of bed and watch as we approached. We had placed our room service order the night before, so we had breakfast delivered and enjoyed it out on the verandah while watching us arrive in Grand Cayman. It was amazing! We had a starboard side room which I feel was the best choice. In both ports, we faced town. Very pretty scenery!! Not to mention, we had very rough seas on the trip back, and by Tuesday, I was feeling quite sick!! I grabbed a blanket from the bed and went out to the verandah. I fell asleep out there for a while, and when I woke up, I felt 100% better!! It really saved the last day of my cruise!! So, YES, it is worth it!!!! I feel like I cannot cruise any other way now!! 🙂 Congrats on your first cruise!! It is very exciting!!

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    1. Sarah

      Thanks so much for that information! We are booked in room 6550…were you near that room? Also, I have read that you have to pay extra for room service, is that true? Are you prone to getting motion sick? That’s another fear we have with our kids.

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  3. Cathy Brown

    We were in room 7578. Not sure where that would be in relation to your room. We just ordered off of the breakfast menu that they leave in your desk drawer. Everything we ordered was free, but we did have to tip in cash. We only used it that one time. I truly did not think I would get sick, as I grew up on boats. Spent every weekend growing up on my parents cabin cruisers. I was very shocked when I did. It did not even phase my 9 yr old. He never once complained about it. My 13 yr old said he had a small headache, but I really think he would not have even complained if I had not said something about me not feeling well. Sometimes I think it was somewhat in my head because I didn’t want to be that person who got sick 🙂 I do know that I saw an awful lot of people with the seasickness patch behind their ear on the last day!!!

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