In November 2021, the Disney Wonder departed on Disney Cruise LIne’s longest passenger voyage following the gradual fleet restart with a 14-night Eastbound Panama Canal cruise from San Diego to Galveston. A reader on the sailing was kind enough to send me a treasure trove of menus which have been scanned and have been uploaded to the website.
The beauty of longer voyages is that it brings out a plethora of lesser used menus to delight guests each night and throughout the day. Below you can find a summary of the wonder menu update thanks to a reader who wishes to remain anonymous – this individual also provided personal navigators…. Yes, there were paper handouts with daily highlights, but more on that another day.
Additional details can be found on the respective menu pages linked below, as well as our menu directory. A number of the menus are found fleet wide, some below are specific to the Wonder such as Tiana’s Place, and others are reserved for longer sailings well over 7-nights such as the Land & Sea menu.
Animator’s Palate – Animation Magic (Drawing Night)
Tiana’s Place Prince & Princess
Main Dining Room Breakfast Menu
See Ya Real Soon (Debarkation Breakfast)
Concierge Embarkation Lunch – similar to the menu above with a few extra items
Main Dining Room Sit Down Lunch
Wow. The person that collected all this is amazing.
Yes, this person went above and beyond to share this information.
It was a really great cruise. Staff and weather.
My wife and I have been speaking of sailing on a Panama cruise, even have our friends from previous cruises wanting to go. mentioned it to my BiL and he wants to go on one. After viewing these menus for the offerings, we are now convinced this will be our next booking. These are some great meals and who ever obtained them, deserves a round of applause and thanks!
Wow has Palo Brunch menu changed! No Strawberry Soup!!!!!
The Panama cruise on the Disney Wonder is one of all all time favorite cruises. We are looking forward to doing it again.
Will you be updating the your site with the Navigators from this cruise?
Yes, very soon.