When we arrived at Port Canaveral to check-in for our 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on the [Disney_Fantasy], I immediately grabbed a Personal Navigator. Then, proceeded to the check-in queue. Usually, there is a stack of Personal Navigators available at the tables where you directed to sign the “No one is sick” disclosure form. The Personal Navigator, is an indispensable resource loaded with all the information needed to plan our daily activities.
- All Ashore/All Aboard Times
- Weather Forecast
- Schedule of events
- Dinner Menu Themes
- Evening Attire
- Drink of the Day
- Points of Interest
- Family, Youth & Adult Activity Highlights
- Walt Disney Theatre Featured Show
- Buena Vista Theatre Showtimes
- Shopping Information
- Port Adventure Information
- Important Safety Information and Phone Numbers
Each evening, your stateroom host will leave a Personal Navigator for the next day on your bed under the watchful eye of a towel animal. In the past, I have asked our stateroom host to leave us 2 copies. Additional Personal Navigators are available at guest services if you need more.
There is so much to do each day that it is impossible to do it all. My wife brings different color highlighters so we can each highlight the activities and events we would like to attend on the Times Guides. Inevitably, there will be overlapping activities and we will be forced to split up or choose one, but on longer cruises some of the more popular activities are often repeated.
Below are the Personal Navigators from our 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise on the [Disney_Fantasy].
Day 1 – Port Canaveral 6/16
Day 2 – At Sea 6/17
Day 3 – At Sea 6/18
Day 4 – St. Maarten/St Martin 6/19
Day 5 – St. Thomas & St John 6/20
Day 6 – At Sea 6/21
Day 7 – Castaway Cay 6/22
If you have any navigators you would be willing to share, please send me an [EmailMe].