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Believe in the power of a WISH!

My husband and I fell in love with sailing back in 2009 on our family’s very first cruise, the Disney Wonder. We went on to sail the Disney Fantasy twice, and finally, the Disney Wish in February 2023. To say we were excited to sail during the inaugural year of the Wish is an understatement. Our sailing was for four days out of Port Canaveral with port stops at Nassau, Bahamas, and Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island.

The magic begins the moment you are welcomed aboard with a personalized announcement and a magic wand for the sail away party! Cinderella’s Fairy Godmother starts the party off with a big WISH! Soon, you are dancing to “Let’s Set Sail” with Captain Minnie and Captain Mickey.

We chose a deluxe verandah stateroom on deck 10 for this sailing. Cabins are themed to different Disney princesses. We had a Little Mermaid room. How perfect! Your cabin is all creams and gold with special

Disney touches. Almost all cabins have a split bathroom, couch, pull-down bunk bed, large storage closet, and a small fridge.

With 6 family pools, an adult-only infinity pool, Toy Story splash zone, Slide-a-Saur Rex, and the first-ever Disney attraction at sea, the AquaMouse, you will have TONS of fun in the sun. Plus, the Wish has an entire deck devoted to kids. The Oceaneer Club is divided into five themed zones: Fairytale Hall, Imagineering Lab, Marvel Superhero Academy, Mickey & Minnie’s Captains Deck, and Star Wars Cargo Bay. We were able to check them all out during the open house. The Oceaneer’s Club is for ages 3-12, with additional areas for teens.

Not to worry though, the Wish has plenty

for us grown-ups to do. We enjoyed a variety of activities, including Senses Spa, Quiet Cove, world-class stage shows, specialty wine and cocktail classes, and exciting excursions. We especially enjoyed Star Wars Hyperspace Lounge. While we enjoyed our galactic drinks, we were transported to iconic Star Wars locations through hyperspace jumps.

Disney Wish has three main restaurants: 1923, Arendelle- A Frozen Dinning Adventure, and Worlds of Marvel. Don’t worry about choosing, Disney Cruise Line uses rotational dining. Guests get to enjoy all three restaurants

while on board! We loved all three dining options, especially Arendelle’s dinner show. If you would like to add even more magic to your cruise, for an additional cost you can dine at the adult-only Palo or Enchante.

Almost every Disney cruise sailing in the Bahamas makes a stop at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay. Whether you’re looking to snorkel, nap on the beach,

visit the adult-only Serenity Bay, or slide down Pelican Plunge, Castaway Cay has something for everyone.

Are you ready to book your MAGICAL cruise? Contact Time To Travel, Inc. today!

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