Personal Navigators, and other handouts from the Disney Wonder’s 2-Night Weekend Getaway Cruise from San Diego May 17 – 18, 2014. This was the Disney Wonder’s inaugural cruise from San Diego. This unique cruise to nowhere sailed into the Pacific Ocean south of San Diego along the coast of Mexico.
Day 1 – May 17, 2014 – San Diego
- Personal Navigator – Day 1 Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: The Golden Mickeys | Dinner Menu: Golden MickeysDrink of the Day: Sea Breeze | Non Alcoholic: Coco Bali
Day 2 – May 18, 2014 – At Sea
- Personal Navigator – Day 2 Attire: Cruise Casual | Show: Disney Dreams: An Enchanted Classic | Dinner Menu: Master ChefDrink of the Day: Blue Margarita | Non Alcoholic: Mango Crush
- Welcome Home Disembarkation Information
Buena Vista Theatre Movies
Thank you Mary Robinson for sharing the navigators. There was a considerable amount of negative feedback from guest sailing on this cruise with regard to their port experience. Most of what I saw posted in online forums and on Twitter painted a miserable experience. Mary was kind enough to share her experience which shed some new light on the subject, primarily the port was in the midst of a construction project. I wanted to share Mary’s experience as it was not all gloom and doom like the early reports I read.
Unfortunately, the port was under construction for this cruise. We got in line, which looked like a very long line, at about 12:30 PM, and walked through the construction maze to get to the terminal. It was pretty hot (over 100 degrees which is not normal for San Diego at any time), but cast members brought us cups of ice water, which was nice. We got into the construction makeshift terminal and checked in, and walked right onto the ship at about 1:30PM. Despite the construction mess, the line queues after we got up to the terminal were well organized Disney style 🙂It wasn’t a horrible experience, and as long as that line looked I thought it would take us a lot longer to get inside, but the line moved pretty quickly. The port workers were very apologetic for the mess and assured us that the construction was going to be finished soon and next time we came it would be much nicer 🙂