Personal Navigators: 11-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral – June 17, 2017

Personal Navigators, and other handouts from the 11-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral. The Disney Fantasy set sail from Port Canaveral on June 17, 2017. During this cruise, the ship was under the control of Captain Fabian Dib. The Cruise Director during the sailng was Natalie Bailey.

Map Fantasy 11 Night Southern Caribbean Itinerary

Day 1 – June 17, 2017 – Port Canaveral

Day 2 – June 18, 2017 – At Sea

Day 3 – June 19, 2017 – At Sea

Day 4 – June 20, 2017 – Aruba

Day 5 – June 21, 2017 – At Sea

Day 6 – June 22, 2017 – Barbados

Day 7 – June 23, 2017 – Martinique

Day 8 – June 24, 2017 – Basseterre (St. Kitts)

Day 9 – June 25, 2017 – Tortola

Day 10 – June 26, 2017 – At Sea

Day 11 – June 27, 2017 – Castaway Cay

Buena Vista Theatre Movies

Thank you Neil Reinhardt and Randy Williams for sharing the navigators and @JulFromFL for helping to match up the menus.
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11 Replies to “Personal Navigators: 11-Night Southern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral – June 17, 2017”

    1. Joe

      Castaway as the last day was great! Next year this cruise replaces Tortola with San Juan. If they were going to change anything with this itinerary I’d suggest replacing Martinique with any other Island. Martinique offered nothing, we did a mediocre excursion, there is really nothing to do walk-able from the port, beaches aren’t that nice compared to the other stops and the reputation of the French island being unwelcoming to tourists is accurate. Tourism isn’t the top industry here and the local residents could care less if you are there or not, actually walking down the street you get the feeling they’d rather you not be there. The ship was the most crowded I had seen a ship while docked at a port. On the whole this 11 night cruise was great!

    2. Scott Sanders Post author

      That is not really feasible with the ocean the ship needed to sail on this itinerary. The option would be to start at Castaway, but Disney tries to make this the final stop as much as possible to leave it as lasting memory.

  1. Nicholas

    Aruba was absolutely beautiful, we did an amazing excursion that took us all around the island on UTV’s, the port offered great shopping opportunities. Barbados could’ve been a lot better, about half of the tours involved going to the Barbados Wildlife Preserve. The preserve wasn’t very nice at all it smelled of monkey poop, and the monkeys and turtles would just walk right under you. There wasn’t much history of the island. The only nice thing that I experienced as the immaculate cruise terminal. This terminal was home to many popular stores and touristy things. Martinique was definitely not something that I enjoyed, the people were very rude there. Once you got off the ship you just saw a bunch of run down buildings, when Natalie came over the P.A. she said that we should visit the cathedral. When we got to the cathedral, cops were putting up barriers saying that it was closed. There was absolutely nothing to do there. St. Kitts… where do I begin, the area where you walk in is filled with touristy stores and restaurants.

    Once you finished walking around you were like “Where is the rest of it?” To get anywhere other than the tourist area you had to walk through a sketchy alleyway where you would see homeless people and other beggars. Once you were in the clear it was like a market, we walked two steps and almost got hit by a van, we immediately turned around and went back to the ship to rest up for our late excursion. Our kayaking excursion left at 2:15 and by this time, the temperature was around 94°F. We waited in the sun for around thirty minutes for our tour bus, everything after that was great! The other side of the island was B-E-A-Utiful day (as Natalie would say.) Tortola was by far the best port. Our excursion was amazing but overpriced for the amount of time we had. We did the “Discover Tortola Dolphin Encounter.” After the excursion we went back to the touristy areas and shopped. By far my favorite port. Castaway Day was awful, the heat was so intense. Serenity Bay was loaded because everyone wanted to “cool off” whatever that is. I am a native Floridian so I am used to the heat but that was unbearable. Overall a great cruise. Very Happy!

  2. K Brown

    Thank you for posting this. We are going on the 6/30/18 11-night cruise and were trying to see how it differed from the 7-night ones and to see if it was worth the extra for 4 more nights. Seems they do a good job of having a lot of activities. Looking at the excursions, they mostly had different ones at each port that were good for our son who will be 6 on the trip (fortunately before we swim with the dolphins where the minimum age is 6). Any other tips/guidance is appreciated.

    1. Belo

      Thank you for the information, will be in the June 30th, 2018 11 day Southern Carribean cruise. Do you need to exchange your mone while in Martinique?

    2. stacey lockard

      Hi K Brown. we too are on the 6/30 cruise, coming from Connecticut. We are traveling with a 6 year old as well (girl) We have two 13 year old girls as well. Booking dolphins in St. Kitts too. Hoping the clubs will be a hit this trip. This is our 3rd DC, second on Fantasy.


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