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Richard C

Age: 45

Occupation:Manager

Number of Cruises: 6

Cruise Line: Disney

Ship: Disney Wonder

Sailing Date: 2013-07-29

Itinerary: Alaska

Overall not meeting expectations of a product with the disney name! Service is high because the employees care so they give you 100% but the quality is not up to disney standards.

The food was at best average. Dinner has some decent choices as long as you ate in the main dinning halls. The buffet was unacceptable. You can hardly call if a buffet it is more like a cafeteria where you literally get a tray and go down a line to get your food. The food avilaibility and quality was the most disappointing part.

Rooms are nice. We had a room with a window on level 2. Only issue we were below the kitchen so there was excess noise during the early morning as they prepared meals.

For a disney cruise I expected characters to be wandering all over the ship. Not so. Instead you had to get on insanely long lines to meet the characters who came out during scheduled times.

This is based more purely on your own preferences. Many looked great however be ready to pay as some excursions wee $600 a person.

Alaska itself is simplly amazing. I am not much of a nature or our doors type of person however the views and scenery were awesome. Glaciers were enormous. The kids loved the kids club and wanted to keep going back.getting on ship ship was a breeze. Slight lines but once you cleared customs you got right on. Not too many activites on board which was disappointing. They re not as aggressive as on other cruises pushing drinks and bingo. Overall with the disappointing food I would say no value here.

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