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Old 10-09-2018, 01:32 PM   #1
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Favourite Disney Cruise Line itinerary...

Ok everyone, tough question I know, but what's your favourite Disney Cruise Line itinerary you've ever taken?
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Alaska is probably still my favourite, although I must admit I did love our recent Transatlantic cruise itinerary too....
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I agree with you. Alaska is my favorite. However, I have only been on 2 cruises and they were both wonderful.
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Our favorite itinerary is a 5 night on the Dream with two stops at Castaway Cay! We like this one so much, we've sailed it 3 times!
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Old 10-11-2018, 05:03 PM   #5
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Loved both the Norwegian Fjords and British Isles itineraries.
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Transatlantic or Baltic. They win over Alaska because Alaska is only 7 nights!
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Transatlantic or Baltic. They win over Alaska because Alaska is only 7 nights!
Having now done the Transatlantic, that is a good point!
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Tough choice...Transatlantic or Panama Canal...through the old locks. Having sailed both the old and new locks, I think something is lost with the new locks, no teeny trains pulling the ship, now you got tugs. No mere inches to the side, plenty of room. Still fascinating, but just not as much as before, imho.
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Tough choice...Transatlantic or Panama Canal...through the old locks. Having sailed both the old and new locks, I think something is lost with the new locks, no teeny trains pulling the ship, now you got tugs. No mere inches to the side, plenty of room. Still fascinating, but just not as much as before, imho.
Iím so sorry we didnít do this before the new locks. Still on my list to do one day, but I know we missed something special.
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Tough choice...Transatlantic or Panama Canal...through the old locks. Having sailed both the old and new locks, I think something is lost with the new locks, no teeny trains pulling the ship, now you got tugs. No mere inches to the side, plenty of room. Still fascinating, but just not as much as before, imho.
Oh that's a shame to hear. The Panama Canal is definitely on my list. I'm hoping maybe the fall 2020 one... depending on the timing of it. I've heard nothing but good things about it and I'm keen to do another longer cruise after the Transatlantic.
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Tough choice...Transatlantic or Panama Canal...through the old locks. Having sailed both the old and new locks, I think something is lost with the new locks, no teeny trains pulling the ship, now you got tugs. No mere inches to the side, plenty of room. Still fascinating, but just not as much as before, imho.
Agreed. The old locks had the whole history of the building of the canal visible as well as the drama and skill of managing the space.
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I think Alaska still ranks as my favorite, but we did enjoy the PC cruise itself. I will say the ports we visited on the PC cruise weren't particularly exciting to us though.
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I think Alaska still ranks as my favorite, but we did enjoy the PC cruise itself. I will say the ports we visited on the PC cruise weren't particularly exciting to us though.
Good to know, as we're considering that itinerary....
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