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fryoj

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May 19, 2013
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Id think hump cabins are two rooms- one for the kids and a seperate for adults. Or am I mixing up the terminology... :D
I used to go on a yearly cruise with a group and, every year, the group leader always had an extra cabin booked that no one actually stayed in. It was always a hump cabin..
 
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Ashhanbre

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May 31, 2017
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I am glad to see this thread. I've never been on a cruise but I've always wanted to go on one. Hopefully this thread can provide lots of good information.
 

La2kw

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Jun 22, 2010
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Los Angeles
To me a Disney cruise is something I'd like to say I've done just to experience it but I think after it, I'll probably never do it again.
Yes, everyone should do at least one cruise to Castaway Cay. I've been on four Disney cruises but they are so overpriced now, we are done with them. I can go on either Royal Caribbean or Celebrity for about half the price of a Disney cruise. The ships are just as nice, the service almost as good (Disney really ranks high in that department), and I don't have to deal with all the brats on board the Disney ship whose parents think are so special they don't have to follow the rules. The best part of the Disney cruise is Castaway Cay. The worst part is the lack of respect by certain families of the adult only areas. The food is equally bad on all cruise ships, lol.
 
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joelbryant11

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Jul 12, 2017
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Raleigh, NC
Or bigger lobby/atrium/interior facilities area behind those rooms which pushes the rooms out a bit more in that area but doesn't make the rooms any bigger.
That's a good point. Could be something like larger elevator/stair hubs that force the hallways to curve outwards. We'll see. I'm very intrigued.
 

Nick

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Sep 22, 2011
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Orlando
It was revealed at D23 that the next ship to join the Disney Fleet will be the Disney Wish. Sailings will start in 2022. They also announced their second private island in the bahamas, Lighthouse Point. Joe Rohde will be the lead Imagineer on this project.




 
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Happytycho

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Mar 1, 2017
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The delay for the Wish is pretty unsurprising given that ~6 month delays had already been announced for ships both before and after it in Meyer Werft's build order. At this point I would expect that all of the new Disney ships will be delayed by at least 6-8 months, if not more.
 
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Scott W.

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Feb 26, 2014
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The delay for the Wish is pretty unsurprising given that ~6 month delays had already been announced for ships both before and after it in Meyer Werft's build order. At this point I would expect that all of the new Disney ships will be delayed by at least 6-8 months, if not more.
It’s not like the demand is there. Disney are probably looking at this as a blessing.
 
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joelbryant11

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Jul 12, 2017
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Not surprising, maybe this period allowed them to make any needed adjustments to the design/theming plans. Last video I saw didn’t show it to be very far along at all.