Personal Navigators: 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Very MerryTime Cruise on Disney Fantasy – Itinerary B – November 15, 2014

Personal Navigators, and other handouts from the Very MerryTime Cruises 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on Disney Fantasy – Itinerary B. The Disney Fantasy set sail from Port Canaveral on November 15, 2014. Additionally, there are 2 other sets of Personal Navigators for this this same itinerary for comparison.

Port Canaveral, FL • At Sea • At Sea • St. Thomas (w. St. John excursions) • San Juan, Puerto Rico • At Sea • Disney's Castaway Cay

Day 1 – November 15, 2014 – Port Canaveral

  • Personal Navigator – Day 1
    Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: A Fantasy Come True | Dinner Menu: Standard Rotational
    Drink of the Day: Bahama Mama Non-Alcoholic: Purple Basil Lemonade
  • Mickey’s Tree Lighting Magic – Atrium 7:45 PM
    Come gather in the ship’s atrium to experience this magical Disney Cruise Line holiday tradition. The Cruise Director welcomes Mickey and the game for a holiday sing along as a family of dreamers helps create a little Disney magic by lighting the holiday tree.

Day 2 – November 16, 2014 – At Sea

Day 3 – November 17, 2014 – At Sea

  • Personal Navigator – Day 3
    Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: Comedy & Ventriloquism of Lynn Trefzger | Dinner Menu: Standard Rotational
    Drink of the Day: Yellow Bird Non-Alcoholic: Lava Smoothie
  • Santa’s Winter Wonderland Ball – Atrium 4:30 PM & 10:15 PM
    An evening of spectacle and holiday enchantment, join the Cruise Director and the holiday Snowbells as they celebrate the arrival of a very special holiday guest – Santa Claus! Get you cameras ready. You don’t want to miss Santa and the World Famous Disney Characters as they create a Winter Wonderland… at sea!

Day 4 – November 18, 2014 – St. Thomas (St. John) (Pirate Night)

Day 5 – November 19, 2014 – San Juan

  • Personal Navigator – Day 5
    Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: Disney Wishes | Dinner Menu: Prince & Princess Dinner
    Drink of the Day: Mai Tai Non-Alcoholic: Cranberry No-Jito
  • Time Change: -1 hour before bed
  • Story time with Mrs. Claus – Atrium 3:45 PM
    Full of fun and whimsy, Mrs. Claus makes a very special visit to the ship’s atrium to read classic holiday tales to all the children – and children at heart.
  • Holiday Storytellers – D Lounge 4:15 PM
    Everyone celebrates holidays in their own unique style. Come listen as Crew Members share their heartfelt was of celebrating Hanukkah & Kwanza during this magical time of year!

Day 6 – November 20, 2014 – At Sea

Day 7 – November 21, 2014 – Castaway Cay

Buena Vista Theatre Movies

  • Maleficent
  • Million Dollar Arm
  • Planes: Fire and Rescue
  • The Hundred-Foot Journey
  • Alexander… Very Bad Day
  • Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Frozen
  • Big Hero 6
  • Star Wars Rebel: Disney Channel XD

Thank you Paul Serkosky for sharing.
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4 thoughts on “Personal Navigators: 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Very MerryTime Cruise on Disney Fantasy – Itinerary B – November 15, 2014

  1. Jerry

    Nothing quite like whetting your appetite for an upcoming Very Merrytime Cruise. Can’t wait!! The countdown calendar is on with only 25 days to go. Just a quick question for you, Scott… Do you have copies of any of the menus from more recently than 2012/2013? We’d love to see what we can expect to be eating on the Fantasy in a few weeks’ time.

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  2. Jerry

    Hi Scott,
    We’re still counting down and getting more excited each day. The Very Merrytime cruise paperwork came in yesterday, so that’s only making it more exciting. But in looking through it last night, we came up with a question that we think you might have an answer for. We were looking for a proper definition, under the new guidelines, of “Cruise Casual” when it comes to dining. We know for sure that it’s no swimwear and no sandals/flip-flops. Are you allowed to wear shorts to dinner, or does the limit stop at jeans? If you could please let us know, we’re in the middle of packing and would like to pack appropriately. Thanks!!

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  3. Lisa

    Where does the Fantasy dock? Is it the Old San Juan port? Where would be a good place to designate as a meeting place if meeting someone when getting off the ship that would be obvious to first timers?

    Also – Jerry, regarding dress code, when we sailed in March 2014 it was definitely more casual than what we were used to seeing the year before and we did see people wearing shorts in the dining room on non dress-up days, although I would say they were in the minority (other than kids).

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