View 406: Four Days at Sea

Just got back from a Caribbean cruise on the Disney Cruise Line ship, the Disney Dream. The cruise was for four nights and two Ports of Call.  The first day we sailed from Port  Canaveral and partied, dined and slept to wake up the next morning in Nassau, The Bahamas.

Disney Dream Cruise Ship

The Disney Dream cruise ship docked at Nassau, Bahamas on Tuesday, September 25, 2018. Nikon D750/24-120VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 110, EV -0.3, 28mm Focal Length.

Our cabin faced Downtown Nassau and the port. The yellow tower is the Port Tower which does the same job as an air traffic control tower at an airport except for the many cruise ships which come and go daily.

Nassau Cruise Port

Cruise port tower and buildings photographed from the Disney Dream docked at Nassau, The Bahamas on Tuesday, September 25, 2018. Nikon D750/24-120VR, 1/125s, f/16, ISO 180, EV 0, 52mm Focal Length.

After shopping and exploring Nassau, we left port and sailed over to the Disney Cruise Line’s private island, Castaway Cay. Here families enjoyed a full day of activities, food and beaching. For adults, there is Serenity Bay for those 18 and over to enjoy a more quiet experience.

Family Beach

Family Beach on Disney’s Castaway Cay, Bahamas on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. Nikon D750/24-120VR, 1/250s, f/11, ISO 100, EV 0, 24mm Focal Length.

The last day of the cruise is at sea. The Captain made sure to keep the best weather over the Disney Dream while guests enjoyed the ship’s many amenities and attractions like the famous Palo Brunch.

Palo Brunch

Server scoops out a warm sticky bun during the Palo Brunch on the Disney Dream on Thursday, September 27, 2018. Nikon D750/24-120VR, 1/60s, f/5.6, ISO 400, EV 0, 24mm Focal Length, Bounce Flash.

After eating for two and a half hours at the brunch, members of my party took the time to relax on deck or read a book. As for me, I took a nap!

The next day we returned to Port Canaveral and, after a last breakfast with our dining crew, disembarked. No worries, we will be back since we booked our next voyage while onboard.

If you are interested in more information on a Disney Cruise or Disney themepark vacation, contact my wife at merrie@dreamsunlimitedtravel.com 

(just click her email address above)

She has been booking and planning Disney trips for satisfied travelers exclusively for 18 years.

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One Response to View 406: Four Days at Sea

  1. Looks like a fun time Scott great pics !!

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