Number of Cruises: 1
Cruise Line: Disney
Ship: Disney Wonder
Sailing Date: June 23rd, 2005
In short, the entire experience on board was wonderful. From the servers to the stateroom attendants, every need was met. Castaway Cay was decent, but stay away from the shop. Buying on board is your best bet.
Nassau: In a word, filthy. It smelled bad and the streets were absolutely a disaster. They were in poor repair and looked like they hadn't been cleaned in years.You would fare well to stay on board ship as Nassau is a major tourist rip-off.
Tipping: The on-board service was exceptional although the suggested tipping guidelines are a bit much because it is expected per person per day. That's almost $300 for the 3-day cruise. You don't pay that much even in some luxury resorts or restaurants. Don't feel guilty at all if you only pay the suggested amount one time at the end of the cruise.
Food: Except for the tasteless and cold last morning breakfast, the food was delicious. Except for alcohol or the Palo dining, everything was free. If you go hungry, that is entirely your fault. A word to the wise; bring the Pepto! You will eat enough to justify it.
I will be taking another Disney cruise soon. It was worth the expense just to see my family have so much fun.