Personal Navigators and other handouts from the Disney Wonder]s 3-Night Bahamian Cruise – June 16-18, 2005. Yes, 2005. Emily was digging through a box, and discovered a folder with all our land-sea-land Disney Wedding & Honeymoon information. The folder included our Personal Navigators, which we thought were long gone.
Originally, I was not planning to post these considering they would not be useful for planning an upcoming cruise, but a few people indicated an interest when I mentioned the find on Twitter. I will admit, I enjoyed looking back and seeing some of the unique onboard offerings such as the Bridge tour and Hercules the Muse-ical.
This cruise sailed the same 3-night Bahamian itinerary as the Disney Dream does in 2014.
Day 1 – June 16, 2005 – Port Canaveral
Guests Onboard: 3:30 pm
- Welcome Aboard Information
- Disney Wonder Onboard Shopping Guide
- Radar Trap Duty Free Price List
- Disney Wonder Deck Plan
Attire: Cruise Casual
Drink of the Day: Bahama Mama • Non-Alcoholic: Unknown
- Walt Disney Theatre Production – Hercules: The Muse-ical
Day 2 – June 17, 2005 – Nassau (Pirate Night)
Guests Ashore: 9:45 am Guests Onboard: 7:00 pm
- Walt Disney Theatre Production – The Golden Mickeys
Day 3 – June 18, 2005 – Castaway Cay
Guests Ashore: 8:30 am Guests Onboard: 5:00 pm
Attire: Optional Dress Up
Drink of the Day: Yellow Bird • Non-Alcoholic: Unknown
- Walt Disney Theatre Production – Disney Dreams – An Enchanted Classic
Buena Vista Theatre Movies
- A Lot Like Love
- Ice Princess
- Ladder 49
- National Treasure
- Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
- The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
- The Incredibles
- The Pacifier
Being our first cruise we had no idea what to expect, and we barely scratched the surface at what Disney had to offer. Our first dinner with Disney Cruise Line was in Palo (which was just $10 at the time) so we missed meeting our serving team and table mates in Parrot Cay the first night. The second night in Tritons we were surprised with a congratulatory dessert.
Followed by a romantic turndown service by our stateroom host.
If you are unsure if cruising is the right way to spend your vacation time a 3-night cruise is a great way to test the waters. The one downside to a short cruise is that 3-nights can feel more like 3 hours, and be over before you know it.
Let us know in the comments if you enjoyed looking at old Personal Navigators. I know we have some more filed away from some 5-Night double dip sailings on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder and maybe a 7-night Western.
If you have any navigators you would be willing to share, please send me an email. If you would rather upload the files you can use our upload form.