Hiya!!! I just wanted to pop in right quick and share a few photos from my most recent Disney Cruise trip. I took a 7 day cruise abroad the Disney Fantasy back in July and I’m just now getting around to transferring some of the photos off my camera to my computer/phone. I’m so lazy that I didn’t even edit any of these photos. So what you’re seeing in this post is just the raw photos I took around the ship with my camera.
I do plan on doing more in-depth posts about this trip. (And those photos will be edited and all that jazz). I want to share more about my time in Mexico, Grand Cayman and Castaway Cay. I also plan on doing detailed posts about each of the three restaurants aboard the Disney Fantasy. (Similar to how I did for the Disney Dream cruise ship).
So here’s a few photos from the Disney Fantasy!
This year is Disney Cruise Line’s 25th anniversary. (Which is kind of funny because my first ever Disney Cruise was during their 20th anniversary). There were a few small 25th themed decorations here and there throughout the cruise. The decorations were mainly in the atrium.
Disney Cruise Line has this cool thing called the castaway club. Essentially it’s like a membership club /system based on the total number of completed cruises. The breakdown is:
Silver – after completing 1 cruise
Gold – after completing 5 cruises
Platinum – after completing 10 cruises
Pearl – after completing 25 cruises
Since I’ve done 4 Disney Cruises I’m a “silver” member. You get gifts based on your membership level and for the 25th anniversary silver members got silver lanyards and a super cute bag.
The cruise ship is filled with so much amazing Disney artwork. Each level is lined with different artwork based on a theme/film.
I plan on during separate posts on each of the different shops on the ship.
I’ve been on five cruises so far; four with Disney Cruise Line and one with Carnival. What I love so much about the Disney Cruise Line is it’s genuinely Disney on the Seas. It’s like you picked up the Disney Parks and placed it on a ship. The theming, attention to detail and overall Disney magic just makes it ten times better than if it was just a regular cruise ship.
There’s two theaters on the Disney Fantasy: The Walt Disney Theatre (where they have Broadway-equse shows) and the Buena Vista Theatre (where you can watch films that are currently in theaters. I got to watch Elemental and The Haunted Mansion).
One of my favorite places to hang out on the ship is the hot tub in the adults only area. In the mornings and at night literally no one is ever in there so I always have it to myself!
Another place you can always find me on the ship is in one of the various lounges playing trivia.
This was kind of a random post but I promise once I actually go through and edit the photos, I’ll post better/more in-depth posts about the Disney Fantasy!