Anthony Murphy

Published: November 4, 2009 at 11:19 AM

My thoughts are based upon the Disney Cruise.

I really do not see a difference about doing the parks before or after the cruise. Personally, I like to do the parks after the cruise because with Disney, the cruise acts a bit like an opening of Disney magic. The Disney Cruise is great, but its still not as magical as the parks.

I would also be careful about what you decide on doing on your own. I learned this the hard way on the European Disney Cruise in which we did NOTHING in Sardina since we made port on a Sunday. We should have done an excursion. I would highly recommend doing excursions from the ship due to Disney Cast Member going on it, you know its legit, and you will be safely brought back to the ship.

Other than that, I agree fully with your special guest!

James Rao

Published: November 4, 2009 at 11:31 AM

Thanks for the article! It is both timely and informative. I have never been on a cruise, but maybe one day when my ship comes will be a cruise ship! =)
Adam Nodjomian

Published: November 4, 2009 at 2:50 PM

Our family's only problem is seasickness. 2/4 of my family has had previous problems with it. Besides medication and seabands, what else has worked for people?

Also, I have talked to people who have both felt and not felt the ocean currents and a rocking ship while on a cruise. People I know have experienced rocking even on large ships, can this happen or will a large ship defray the uneasy feeling?

Anthony Murphy

Published: November 4, 2009 at 4:09 PM

While I am not prone to motion sickness, I have found on the Disney Magic that the lower you go on the ship, the rockier it is. Thus, most cabins are above that line. I went on a stage tour of their stage (which is literally on the tip of the boat and went up on stage to find it extremely rocky.

What else? How about Ginger Gum?