Disney's older, classic ship, but she's still a beauty! Everything was pristine. Many cabins have been refreshed. This was a Sunday to Friday Western Caribbean with stop in Cozumel, 2 at sea days, and a stop at Castaway Cay, Disney's leased, private island. Service was impeccable from the dining to the room. Really appreciated the pristine condition of the ship. Noticed only a little motion on the departure from Cozumel. Picked up a refugee in an inner tube in the middle of the night. That notification was a little unnerving: Mr. MOB, Starboard Side in the middle of the night. No worries, however. The crew was constantly cleaning, polishing, attending to guests. Every crew member greeted us with a smile and a hello. We couldn't have asked for a better experience. The food was magnificent. Palo brunch was amazing and a must do. Pools were small, but we didn't cruise to swim. Lots of things to do. Kids clubs are great, if your child is into that. Soda machines, ice cream machine available all hours. Disney movies abound. Really would love to sail her again!
I was pleasantly surprised with Cozumel. We had a private tour and had a tequila tasting and some island history. Very nice. The Port of Miami was ok getting around. We had a rental that we dropped at MIA (that was a less than stellar experience - the signage was horrible) but once on our way in car rental shuttle, it was easy peasy.
Castaway Cay is simply beautiful. Did the Castaway Cay 5k. Lots of fun. Lots to do. Went snorkeling. Great fun!
The cabin was ample for 2 adults and our 11 year old. Split bath was nice. Beds have been raised to accommodate empty luggage. Lots of storage and closet space. Not many electrical outlets was a downside. Room steward, Kim, was most excellent! This cabin is Forward/Starboard with little foot traffic.