Personal Navigators: 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver – May 22, 2017

Personal Navigators, and other handouts from the 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver. The Disney Wonder set sail from Vancouver on May 22, 2017. There are additional Personal Navigators from other sailings of this same itinerary for comparison. During this cruise, the ship was under the control of Captain Robert Olmer. The Cruise Director during the sailng was Darren McBurney.

Map Wonder 7 Night Alaskan Itinerary A

Day 1 – May 22, 2017 – Vancouver

Day 2 – May 23, 2017 – At Sea

Day 3 – May 24, 2017 – Endicott Arm

Day 4 – May 25, 2017 – Skagway

Day 5 – May 26, 2017 – Juneau

Day 6 – May 27, 2017 – Ketchikan

Day 7 – May 28, 2017 – At Sea

Buena Vista Theatre Movies

Thank you WDWOwner for sharing the navigators and helping to update the menus currently being served in Alaska with regional inspirations.

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6 thoughts on “Personal Navigators: 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver – May 22, 2017

  1. Sarah T

    They used copy and paste from a Dream Navigator for Dine & Play. Only one of the restaurants listed is actually on the Wonder. Kind of sloppy for DCL.

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  2. philp

    We were on this cruise and they mixed around the menu a bit. Our rotation had us in Tiana’s Place on the first and last nights, but the first night was actually the Til We Meet Again menu and the last was the normal Tiana’s menu with the full show. Not sure why they did this- they still had the band going the first night with Louis meeting, but not as much as they did on the last evening. The band did make it hard to get to know our table mates that first evening.

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  3. Ashley K

    Sarah T, I noticed a few errors and copy/paste too. Interesting for sure, i’m not certain how they could have ever gotten away with it. Bit of a poor show. BUT I will say on the Magic last year, they had done away with paper navigators in the room and we really only saw them at the service desks. They were really pushing the app (Don’t mind at all since i love it) but maybe that’s why there are a few slips? Not taking away from the fact it’s sad though.

    We are sailing on the Sept 4th cruise so i was ecstatic to get a look at these. Perfect timing since Silver books Tuesday!

    Does anyone know if Tiana still does meet and greets at her restaurant?

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    1. Phil

      Tiana was greeting on this cruise. We were in there 3 nights, she was around (not necessarily hitting EVERY table, but we had no kids at ours) 2 of those nights.

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      1. Deann Fleming

        We were on this cruise. Our first night was in Animator’s Palette. Since we started our rotation there we knew we would be here for three nights and learned on the last morning we would also be there for our assigned breakfast location. Our first night in Animator’s Palette was slightly hectic as we had three different menus for the same table but the head waiter soon sorted it out and we started with a standard rotation menu and the standard show. Our 2nd time at this restaurant it was Frozen night so the entire space was decked out with Frozen artwork from the movie and special menu. Made for an extra ordinary atmosphere. Our 3rd night was the Till we Meet Again menu and the extended show were our original art work came alive on the screen fully animated with name credit at the end–delightful. The two nights we were scheduled in Tiana’s were also Formal and Semi Formal nights. Formal night we had the standard Tiana’s menu and the Semi Formal night we had the Mardi Gras menu. Both nights we had live music throughout the entire meal–a great supper club feel. The Mardi Gras parade got everyone out of their seats for a good time. Our entire table were adults so being in this location for dress up nights was extra special with the supper club out on the town feel. In Titan’s we had the standard rotation and A specialty menu. All the food at all restaurants was excellent, not to mention the desserts. Wonderful.
        On Embarkation day we chose to each in Triton’s. Being his first cruise ever I purposely chose this option. It was less hectic than the buffet on deck 9 and quiet allowing time for my husband and I to go over our navigator and wait for our stateroom to be ready. On the following days we ate breakfast in the buffet on deck 9 and lunch there also or at the poolside Daisy’s Delights. Both of these locations allow us to have full views of the passing Alaska geography and sea life. which we witness each day.

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