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Trip log, day six. Hubbard Glacier.
9-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver 
July 13, 2019

Today is the day we have all been waiting for, Hubbard Glacier day. Basically, it is one of the best scenic sea days you can experience on the Disney Wonder.

Ice flow from Hubbard Glacier passing the Disney Wonder

Our viewing time for the glacier was between 10:30 and 12:30. Following a typical morning routine, we picked a spot out on deck 4 to take in the sights and sounds of Hubbard Glacier.

During our time on deck, we were treated with some calving and we were visited by Sitka and Chip and Dale.

Before we arrived at the face of Hubbard Glacier, I set my GoPro up on the rail and recorded until the Disney Wonder rotated to give the other side of the ship a chance to view the glacier.

This is our second visit to this glacier, and it is still an incredible sight.

Photos and video simply do not encapsulate the pure beauty of this area.

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The sun started to come out so we moved to deck 10 around Noon, where there were some additional character meet and greets with Donald, Daisy, and Mickey Mouse.

The drink cart was out offering a shiny Alaska tumbler.

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For the fourth consecutive year, Disney Castaway Cay has been named the “Top Cruise Line Private Island” in the Cruise Critic Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards. Disney Cruise Line also was recognized by Cruise Critic members as the “Top Cruise Line in the Eastern Caribbean, Bahamas and Bermuda,” as well as “Top Cruise Line in the Western Caribbean and Riviera Maya” – both in the Large Ship Cruise Line category.

“It’s our dedicated officers and crew members who deliver the Disney difference again and again, whether on Castaway Cay or aboard our ships,” said Jeff Vahle, president of Disney Cruise Line. “Our team strives to provide a vacation experience unlike anything else at sea, and this recognition speaks directly to their special way of making magic for our guests.”

The Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards are selected based on thousands of first-hand reviews posted to the Cruise Critic website over the past year. Cruise Critic offers one of the largest online cruise communities with more than 350,000 cruise reviews.

“Cruise Critic’s Destination Awards are based entirely on feedback from guests – so Disney’s three wins are a direct result of the positive experiences guests have had, in some of the most visited cruise regions in the world,” said Colleen McDaniel, Editor-in-Chief of Cruise Critic. “What we repeatedly hear from Disney cruisers is that it’s a vacation for all ages – from the fun-filled visits to Castaway Cay to the experience on the ships themselves. Disney’s awards speak volumes about the high level of satisfaction guests have about their cruise.”

Disney Castaway Cay is a 1,000-acre private island with turquoise waters, white-sand beaches and swaying palm trees that is exclusive to Disney Cruise Line guests. One Cruise Critic member described the island as “the best place on earth with plenty to do for all ages.” Another shared, “We had the time of our lives. The children were well entertained and there was a separate area for adults to relax and enjoy.”

You can see the full rundown of the awards on CruiseCritic.com.

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Trip log, day five – the day of walking around Juneau.
9-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver 
July 12, 2019
Guests Ashore: 6:45 am Guests Onboard: 4:45 pm

The day stated out with Emily going for a scenic run on deck 4 as the Disney Wonder arrived in Juneau. One of the downsides to running on the classic ships is when the ship is arriving into port is the forward area of the running track is closed off. There are two options when this happens, cut through the doors near the Walt Disney Theatre, or run in a U turning around on each side. If this is something that would bother you, plan a run earlier, or wait until the ship is securely tied up and the forward portion of the track is reopened.

We met up for breakfast in Cabanas, and got ready to go ashore. We were the first ship in port and we arrived early giving us an early start.

We took the shuttle into town which was empty since we were the first ship in.

During our visit to Juneau in 2017, we booked a Port Adventure that included a stop at Mendenhall Glacier. We had a great time and had the pleasure of watching a bear devour salmon right off the trail. Well, that particular excursion limited our time at the glacier, so we missed the walk out to the falls.

It has long been our plan to return to Mendenhall to walk the Nugget Falls trail. However, we were not going to book an excursion. Our tour guide/bus driver in 2017 told us to just take the city bus. It was $2 for adults and $1 for children. For us, that would be $10 round trip for transportation, and $10 for the day pass ($5/adults, kids free) at Mendenhall. 

We took the courtesy shuttle from the ship to a parking lot near Mount Roberts Tramway then walked to the city bus stop.

Some may be asking why? Well, this was suggested to us and quite frankly we’ve had good luck using public transportation in our various ports of call. Plus, for those reading our trip reports for tips, we wanted to see if this is a good idea or not because it comes up all the time when you google getting to Mendenhall Glacier. 

The bus was waiting at the stop when we arrived, but it was still early and we ended up waiting about 15-minutes for the driver to arrive to start his route. Looking at the bus schedule, we were hitting the stops on time.

Our driver had us instantly pegged as tourists going to the glacier and gave us all the information we could need to get back. The key was to take a transfer to an express bus at the mall.

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The overall number of special offers from Disney Cruise Line remains at just over 50 sail dates this week. The number of sailings with the MTO rate is up to down to 28 sail dates with 2 new sail dates. The Canadian Resident rate added 1 new date, a couple Halloween on the High Seas cruise in October. The Florida Resident rate features 12 sail dates.

The final set of special offers this week is Disney Cruise Line’s IGT/VGT promotion, available to everyone, for up to 20% off the prevailing rate for select Alaskan and up to 25% on select Bahamian, Baltic, Northern European, British Isles and Western Caribbean Cruises sailings. Plus, there is a Dover UK special offer for up to 25% off the prevailing rate priced in Great British Pounds for the September 1st Northern European Cruise.

The specific sailings as of today are listed below.

Disney Wonder – Alaskan Specials

Disney Magic – Baltic, Northern European, and British Isles

Disney Wonder – Mexican Riviera, and Caribbean

The special offers listed below are available to book today through Sunday, July 21, 2019, while inventory lasts.

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Special Offers for U.S. Military Personnel

Special Rates for U.S. Military Personnel (MTO) are limited to 50 staterooms per category and sailing. Pricing varies, the lowest priced category per person per night listed below. New sailings added this week are in bold. Please note: This offer is limited to a maximum of one stateroom per military member (or spouse), per sailing. A U.S. military service member (or spouse) is required to sail to take advantage of this offer. This offer cannot be combined with any other special offers or discounts. Valid for new bookings only.

Disney Dream

3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralNassauCastaway Cay

4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralNassauCastaway Cay • At Sea

Disney Fantasy

3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralNassauCastaway Cay

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • At Sea • At Sea • TortolaSt. Thomas (St. John) • At Sea • Castaway Cay

7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • At Sea • CozumelGrand CaymanFalmouth • At Sea • Castaway Cay

Disney Magic

10-night Northern European Cruise from Copenhagen to Dover
Copenhagen • At Sea • TallinnSt. PetersburgSt. PetersburgHelsinkiStockholm • At Sea • Fredericia, Denmark • At Sea

10-Night Westbound Transatlantic Cruise from Dover to New York
DoverPortland, EnglandRingaskiddy (Cork) • At Sea • At Sea • At Sea • At Sea • Sydney, Nova ScotiaHalifax, Nova Scotia • At Sea

5-Night Bermuda Cruise from New York
New York • At Sea • King’s Wharf, BermudaKing’s Wharf, Bermuda • At Sea

7-Night British Isles Cruise from Dover
Dover • At Sea • DublinBelfast, Northern IrelandGreenockLiverpool • At Sea

7-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Dover
Dover • At Sea • CopenhagenOsloStavangerBergen • At Sea

7-Night Norwegian Fjords Cruise from Dover
Dover • At Sea • AlesundGeirangerOldenStavanger • At Sea

Disney Wonder

7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
Vancouver • At Sea • Dawes Glacier, AlaskaSkagwayJuneauKetchikan • At Sea

7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
Vancouver • At Sea • Icy Strait PointSkagwayJuneau/Dawes GlacierKetchikan • At Sea

7-Night Mexican Riviera from San Diego
San Diego • At Sea • Cabo San LucasMazatlanPuerto Vallarta • At Sea • At Sea

Special Military rates are available to all retired and active U.S. Military personnel (or spouse), including U.S. Air Force, U.S. Army, U.S. Marines, U.S Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. National Guard, U.S. Army Reserve and U.S. Department of Defense personnel. Active and retired members (or spouse) of the U.S. military must provide valid identification at time of check-in. This offer is limited to a maximum of one stateroom per military member (or spouse), per sailing. A U.S. Military service member (or spouse) is required to sail to take advantage of this offer. Activated members (or spouse) of the U.S. National Guard or the U.S. Army Reserve must also show active duty orders (active duty papers must be dated as of January 1st of the previous year to qualify).

Special Offers for Florida Resident

Special Rates for Florida Residents (FLR) are limited to 50 staterooms per category and sailing. Pricing varies, the lowest priced category per person per night listed below. New sailings added this week are in bold. Please note: This offer cannot be combined with any other special offer or discounts. Valid on new and existing reservations.

Disney Dream

3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralNassauCastaway Cay

4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralNassauCastaway Cay • At Sea

Disney Fantasy

3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralNassauCastaway Cay

7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral • At Sea • At Sea • TortolaSt. Thomas (St. John) • At Sea • Castaway Cay

Disney Magic

10-night Northern European Cruise from Copenhagen to Dover
Copenhagen • At Sea • TallinnSt. PetersburgSt. PetersburgHelsinkiStockholm • At Sea • Fredericia, Denmark • At Sea

To take advantage of the Florida resident rate, at least one adult on the reservation must provide proof of Florida residency within 48 hours of booking. Proof of residency must be valid at the time of sailing, and includes the following: Florida Driver’s License, Florida Identification Card, Florida utility bill with Guest’s name and address, Florida voter’s registration card, or Renter’s lease agreement. Note: a property deed is not considered acceptable proof of residency. Failure to submit complete identification will result in a cancellation, with applicable cancellation fees. Proper form of verification must be sent via email to DCL.OfferVerification@disney.com or via fax to (407) 566-7739.

Canadian Resident Rates

Special Rates for Canadian Residents have returned. Canadian residents can save 25% off prevailing rates as quoted on Disneycruise.com for non-concierge Verandah, Oceanview, and Inside Staterooms on select cruises. Pricing varies, the lowest priced category per person per night listed below. New sailings added this week are in bold.  Proof of residency is required an you must mention the special offer code CAN when booking. NOTE: Offers may be applied to existing bookings if requested when calling in. This offer cannot be combined with any other special offer or discounts, or onboard credits.

Disney Dream

4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralNassauCastaway Cay • At Sea

4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port CanaveralCastaway CayNassau • At Sea

Disney Fantasy

3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral
Port Canaveral

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Trip log, day four. Icy Strait Point, the Castaway Cay of Alaska.
9-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
July 11, 2019
Guests Ashore: 9:30 am Guests Onboard: 6:30 pm

Another early morning wake up, but not for the gym this time around, or at least, not yet. It was signup day for runDisney’s Star Wars Rival Half Marathon. This went as well as you’d expect if you have any experience with signing up for a runDisney event. 

Onboard, Disney Cruise Line, Disney Vacation Club, and Walt Disney World check-in websites are complimentary to use – as in you do not need a paid data plan to access the websites. Other Disney websites such as the runDisney website requires you to use your data plan to access.

The struggle is real, I know, but it is insult to injury when the race registration site fails to process the payment twice and you waste nearly and hour and 100 MB of your data package.

After throwing up the white flag with runDisney, Emily and I headed up to the gym, which was jam packed. Since I started to exclusively work out on cruises, I’ve never encountered the gym this busy. Today was not anyone’s off day, that’s for sure.

Cabanas was equally as busy by the time we arrived. This very well could be normal crowd levels considering we are normally at the gym when it opens. Anyway, good job everyone. Go ahead and order that second dessert tonight at dinner, y’all put in the work this morning.

We had a 9:30am meet up for our Port Adventure in Icy Strait Point. After not seeing any whales up close in 2017, we made it a point to book a whale watching tour this time around. I’m on record as saying Icy Strait Point is the Castaway Cay of Alaska. Oh, yeah, this statement is now being echoed by our cruise director. Basically, Icy Strait Point is a cruise port of call with a big gift shop, a few restaurants, a nature trail, and a museum of sorts telling the history of the cannery. Most of the activity is Port Adventure based or you can take a bus into Hoonah. The port was built up for cruise ships and you are the only ship docked on your port day. 

Since we were in Icy Strait Point until 6:30, we figured this was the best day to book a whale watching excursion. We booked through Disney Cruise Line the IC01 Whale and something tour.

The Port Adventures you book on Disney website are the same you can book pending availability once ashore. Essentially, there are very little options for independent tours unless you go into Hoonah. In fact, we originally planned to join our friends on an independent whale watching tour, but they tour operator upped the price once they realized the Wonder was in port. No joke, with the price jump, Disney’s excursion was similarly priced and had a better time. Our friends even dropped the booking with the tour operation and joined ours after they wouldn’t add us on at the same prices as when our friends booked. AKA, before they realized Disney was in town.

Once assembled, our group departed the Walt Disney Theatre and headed ashore. Our excursion boat was literally on the other side of their pier front the Wonder, meaning it was a 30 second walk from the Wonder to the American Eagle, the name of our excursion vessel.

The tour lasted about 2 hours, which the bulk of the time was the bookended travel time.

The number one goal on this excursion was to see a whale and we saw a humpback and her calf. While we were there, the whales did not put on a National Geographic worthy performance, but it was still incredibly awesome to see these mammals as close as we did.

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As part of Disney Cruise Line’s commitment to inspire the next generation of maritime professionals, Disney Dream shipboard officers hosted a group of students onboard from the Bahamas Maritime Cadet Corps (BMCC) while the ship was docked in Nassau.

The International Maritime Organization’s “Day of the Seafarer” is celebrated annually on June 25 and recognizes the unique contributions made by seafarers from all over the world. During the tour, the students explored the ship’s engine room, toured the bridge, went behind-the-scenes of The Walt Disney Theater and participated in a panel discussion with the ship’s captain, Andy McRonald, along with other senior officers.

“I could not think of a better way to celebrate Day of the Seafarer than with this energetic group of aspiring maritime professionals,” said Disney Dream Captain Andy McRonald. “It’s an honor to contribute to the future of the industry and offer Bahamian students a glimpse into the world of cruise ship operations.”

The BMCC is a program instituted under the Bahamas Maritime Authority to introduce and prepare high school students for employment in the maritime industry.

“The Bahamas and Disney share over two decades of a close relationship in the maritime sector,” said Captain Dwain Hutchinson, Bahamas Maritime Authority managing director and CEO.  “We thank Disney Cruise Line for participating in the BMA’s vision of introducing young Bahamians to this key global sector.”

The BMCC tour is a part of Disney Cruise Line initiatives focused on inspiring youth to pursue maritime careers. Most recently, Disney Cruise Line also announced that it will sponsor four scholarships at the LJM Maritime Academy for female cadets aspiring to become ship captains and shipboard leaders. The scholarships, one for each of the ships in the Disney Cruise Line fleet, will include tuition to the three-year program – two years of study at the academy and one year of service aboard a Disney ship.

Other programs include the debut of Captain Minnie Mouse who will make the rounds on all Disney ships and visit port communities including those in The Bahamas. Later this year, Captain Minnie Mouse will also appear in an all-new, onboard youth activity being developed for Disney Cruise Line ships where young captain hopefuls will practice STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) skills in a fun, interactive marine-themed activity.

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Trip log, day three. Ketchikan.
9-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
July 10, 2019

Guests Ashore: 7:30 am Guests Onboard: 4:00 pm

When you travel across country and change 3 time zones, then change another during the cruise, you tend to wake up early, no matter how hard you try to adapt; at least this is the case for me. No big deal, I can sleep at home. Emily and I woke up early to rope drop the gym with most of the ship. Emily said it was crowded on Tuesday, a sea day, but I didn’t anticipate a big turnout on our first port day.

As we were waiting for the gym to open, I turned off airplane mode on my phone since we were close to land and I was able to enjoy some free internet. Thanks Disney Cruise Line for dropping the missing Disney Magic November and December 2020 sail dates on me. I knew the day would come when they’d announce itineraries while we were on a cruise. Thankfully, it was only 11 sail dates and after the gym, I was able to gather up the data and add the information to the website.

As I worked on the new sailings, Emily and Isabelle went to Cabanas for breakfast and brought me back one of today’s specials, a turkey and cheese croissant.

Part of our packing for cruise methodology involves packing less and doing laundry. Well, we reached the endpoint of some of our clean clothes and laundry was a necessity.

We lucked out, because the laundry room near our stateroom was empty this morning and i was able to knock out two loads of laundry without any trouble.

Once the laundry was put away, we headed ashore to walk around Ketchikan. The weather was incredible and we quickly removed layers. In fact, I should have worn shorts because jeans need up being too much for today’s beautiful weather. We had a few places we wanted to revisit, but no specific touring agenda.

Orca Corn is a great place to stop in for a snack to through in your backpack while you explore Ketchikan. The shop is located under the iconic Welcome to Ketchikan sign. The shop offers fresh popcorn as well as some sealed and packaged up to take home.

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Trip log, day two. At Sea.
9-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver
July 9, 2019

Day 2 started out similar to embarkation day, Emily headed out to get in a morning run, and I set out for coffee and contemplation. I settled in to a spot in Crown & Fin with my morning dose of caffeine.

I ended up losing track of time and didn’t meet back up with the family for breakfast in Cabanas until closer to 8 o’clock.

Our morning schedule started off with Cynthia Gibson’s 9 o’clock ‘Black & Brown All Over – the Bears of Southeast Alaska’ presentation in the D-Lounge. The naturalist’s presentations during the Alaskan sailings are have always been enjoyable. The interesting part of Cynthia’s talk was how Alaskans see bears as dangerous and everyone else thinks they are cute and cuddly.

With this being a cruise longer than 7-nights, a Gold & Platinum Castaway Club reception was held in the Walt Disney Theatre.

The reception featured a behind-the-curtain peek at Disney Dreams. First they ran through a scene, then they reset and repeated the number with the curtains up and lights on. Instead of the performers mics, we heard the behind the scenes audio from the theatre tech team as they did their magic.

After the reception, we headed out to deck 4 to enjoy the sights of the Inside Passage and eat lunch. We tried to get the kids to get us pizza from Pinocchio’s, but the Cast Members working the pizza window refused to give the kids more than 2 slices each. 

Crown & Fin was the location for our next attempt at trivia, this time around it was general movie quote trivia. The pub was packed by the time we arrived, but we found a spot on the floor to sit play a combination of Scattergories and trivia.

The kids split off before dinner to go to 3D paper crafts, where they made a Disney Cruise ship.

Not a photo of paper crafts, but some other trivia the kids attended in D-Lounge on Tuesday.

The adults went to the Cove Cafe and enjoyed espresso and the Moka Pot Experience.

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Travel + Leisure readers have chosen Disney Cruise Line as the No. 1 Ocean Cruise Line among those carrying 2,200 passengers or more. As part of the publication’s World’s Best Awards, readers were asked to rate cruise lines on their service, staterooms, food, destinations, excursions and value.

“This award is an honor for our team,” said Jeff Vahle, president of Disney Cruise Line. “It certainly is a testament to the one-of-a-kind entertainment and experiences available on our ships, but it also speaks to the attentive service and unforgettable moments delivered by our cast and crew members. They are the secret to our magic, and this recognition goes to them.”

Each year, thousands of Travel + Leisure readers vote on their favorite destinations, hotels, resorts, spas, airlines, cruise lines, tour operators, rental-car agencies, and more as part of the publication’s annual reader’s survey. One reader told Travel + Leisure editors, “Disney Cruise Line knows how to do things right. It’s not just for kids. They set the bar so high.” While another shared that “The best part of the cruise was the service that we received.” The 2019 survey results will be published in the August issue of Travel + Leisure and are available online now.

“For 24 years, our readers have been voting in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards. This annual franchise is a global collection of the top hotels, islands, cities, cruise lines, airlines, and more,” says Jacqueline Gifford, Travel + Leisureeditor in chief. “I congratulate all of this year’s winners, who have worked so hard to be among the world’s best.”

Since its launch in 1998, Disney Cruise Line has been recognized as the leader in the family cruise industry, offering guests so many incredible vacation experiences all in one vacation – the magic of Disney entertainment, relaxation of tropical, sun-drenched beaches and the adventure of ocean cruising.  Disney Cruise Line continues to grow and expand its horizons, with new ships scheduled for delivery in 2021, 2022 and 2023. Disney Cruise Line has received hundreds of distinguished awards from the travel industry praising all aspects of the operation from dining to entertainment.

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Today, Disney Cruise Line announced November and December 2020 sailings for the Disney Magic after they were mysteriously absent from June’s Fall 2020 itinerary announcement.

The Disney Magic will sail to the Bahamas and the Caribbean from Miami between November 12, 2020 and December 30, 2020.

The majority of the newly announced savings will feature the Very MerryTime holiday overlay. The December 26th and December 30th sailings will not be Very MerryTime sailings.

Miami

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