Our family was on the Disney Magic on April 21, 2001. Our dream vacation quickly became a nightmare. The three small pools on board were very inadequate and dangerous. Too many children for the size of the pools.
The food was hit and miss. Sometimes good and more often bad.
The first day at sea, the waves were 10 -15 feet and everyone was sick. Many of the children were sick on deck. They failed to mention that in the brochure. Think about sea sickness before you book!!!!!!
Disney continued to disappoint us, the engines broke down in St. Thomas and a specialist had to be flown in. This took 12 hours. We left late and the last port, Castaway Kay was missed. The children were all looking forward to this port. It is their day on the beach. Disney just said Sorry.
Cruisers beware......they take our money and don't live up to their own standards of customer service. I personally will not ever visit Disney again. They have lost all their Magic............ Fellow Cruise Mate