Personal Navigators, and other handouts from the 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver. The Disney Wonder set sail from Vancouver on June 5, 2017. There are additional Personal Navigators from other sailings of this same itinerary for comparison.
Day 1 – June 5, 2017 – Vancouver
- Personal Navigator – Day 1
Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: Be Our Guest! Welcome Aboard Show | Dinner Menu: Standard Rotational
Drink of the Day: Captain’s Mai Tai Non-Alcoholic: Princess Delight
Day 2 – June 6, 2017 – At Sea
- Personal Navigator – Day 2
Attire: Formal | Show: The Golden Mickeys | Dinner Menu: Prince & Princess Dinner
Drink of the Day: High Tide Non-Alcoholic: Bubble Gum Smoothie
- Time Change: Back 1 hour before bed.
Day 3 – June 7, 2017 –
Tracy Arm Fjord Endicott Arm
Day 4 – June 8, 2017 – Skagway
- Personal Navigator – Day 4
Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: Movie – Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales | Dinner Menu: Frozen
Drink of the Day: Two Seasons Non-Alcoholic: Ice Palace
Day 5 – June 9, 2017 – Juneau
- Personal Navigator – Day 5
Attire: Semi-Formal | Show: Frozen, A Musical Spectacular | Dinner Menu: Standard Rotational
Drink of the Day: Island Navigator Non-Alcoholic: Lava Smoothie
Day 6 – June 10, 2017 – Ketchikan
- Personal Navigator – Day 6
Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: The Magic & Illusion of Shawn Farquhar | Dinner Menu: Captain’s Gala Dinner
Drink of the Day: Midnight Non-Alcoholic: Espresso Chiller
- Time Change: Forward 1 hour before bed.
Day 7 – June 11, 2017 – At Sea
- Personal Navigator – Day 7
Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: Disney Dreams – An Enchanted Classic | Dinner Menu: ‘Til We Meet Again
Drink of the Day: Yellow Bird Non-Alcoholic: Star Night
- Welcome Vancouver Debarkation Information
Buena Vista Theatre Movies
- Beauty and the Beast
- Born in China
- Finding Dory
- Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
- Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Thank you Jennifer Underhill for sharing the navigators and the following mini-trip report.
This cruise was AMAZING.
On Endicott Arm day, the crew brought a chunk of iceberg onto Deck 9 around 4pm and set it in the gazebo. It was there through the next day, when they moved it to the edge of the deck by the windows. It was really cool to see it up close.
This was our first 7 day cruise on Disney. My parents are platinum Castaway Club, and I’m gold, but we always do 3 or 4 day cruises. We ate in Tiana’s Place 3 times. The last night they did a second line through the restaurant and it was so much fun. The Cajun sea bass was the best! I love the sea bass in Enchanted Garden, but this even beat that!
In Skagway we did the helicopter ride to the glacier. It was definitely the highlight of the trip for the family, including my mother who is scared to death to fly. The guides on the glacier were very knowledgeable and the pilots were great. We would definitely do that again and highly recommend it to everyone. The heli pad is right across from the dock, so you just walk across a parking lot to get on the helicopter. It was so simple.
In Juneau we did the gold panning excursion with the salmon bake. We also loved this excursion. We had a blast and the tour guide was knowledgeable and fun. The food at the salmon bake was delicious. Later we got a crepe at the Crepe Escape in Juneau. Lots of crew were eating there too. 🙂
I don’t recommend the excursion we did in Ketchikan (KE06). The tour guide made more jokes than he gave us historical information. We went to Saxman Totem Park, which has less than 10 totem poles (we saw more in Stanley Park in Vancouver). We were given more time in the gift shop than we were in the park. Then he dropped us off at Creek Street. Very disappointing. We had heard from a Dream crew member that the lumberjack show was fun, so when we got back from the excursion we went to see it. It was a lot of fun! So glad we did that. Then we ate next door at the Alaska Fish Company restaurant, which was also recommended to us. We had fish and chips that were delicious!
Our big regret was not doing a whale watching tour. We saw one (small part) of a whale’s back from the ship on glacier day. Several families on whale excursions saw tons of humpbacks and even orcas.
From the ship we did see many harbor seals (on glacier day), eagles, porpoises, and jumping fish.
In Vancouver we did a hop-on, hop-off trolley that was a great way to see the city. Our fave things were Stanley Park (I highly recommend hopping off at the totem poles) and Granville Island. Granville Island has a very cool Public Market to walk through (we wish we hadn’t already eaten, because it would’ve been fun to eat there), as well as some craft breweries and shops.
It was unbelievably amazing. We treated it as a once in a lifetime trip, but now are talking about going again. That’s how good it was.
Oh – I tried the “Dole whip” on deck 9. It was awful. It does not taste like the Dole Whip you get at MK. The consistency was more like a soft serve sorbet. I didn’t even finish it. Maybe it was just that batch, but it was not good. There was pina colada soft serve in Eye Scream that was great though.
We had a 1pm flight out of Vancouver when we returned. We did express walk off, grabbed a cab right away, and were at the airport by 8. It was very easy and smooth.
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