Long time DCL Cruise and Notably Disney Podcaster, Brett Nachman joins us to discuss his first cruising experience with Royal Caribbean. He sailed on a 12 day British Isles cruise aboard the Brilliance of the Seas. We have a fun time talking about the differences between DCL and RCL, and then we focus on some of the amazing experiences he was able to enjoy, while exploring the different Ports around England, Ireland, Wales, and the Shetland Islands. Enjoy everyone.
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Listeners Kim and Micah join us to discuss their Spring Transatlantic sailing aboard the Disney Magic. We have a fun time discussing all the extra onboard entertainment offered during this 13 day sailing. We also touch on some of the amazing ports they stopped at, which are usually only available on this East bound crossing. Enjoy everyone.
Listener Gretchen joins us to discuss her families Spring Break Cruise aboard the Disney Wonder to Cabo San Lucas. We have a fun time discussing sailing out of San Diego, dining (including Tiana’s Place), onboard entertainment, the Rain Forest Room, and Port Adventures in Cabo. Enjoy everyone.
Join us in Episode 106 as we discuss the beautiful Island of Eleuthera and Light House Point, with a family who has vacationed their the past several years. Jimmy does an amazing job filling us in on the history, the people, and the beauty of this Island located in the Bahama’s. Disney Cruise Line has bought Light House Point, and under the direction of Joe Rohde, plans to develop Light House Point for their newest private stop in the Bahama’s. Enjoy this special look at the Island of Eleuthera.
Listener Chris joins us to discuss his experiences attending the D23 EXPO in Anaheim the weekend of Aug 24, 2019. We have a fun time discussing all aspects of attending this EXPO. During the EXPO, Disney Cruise Line announced the name of their next ship, the Disney Wish. Enjoy everyone.
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Good friend of the show, Frank, joins us once again to discuss his Palo be our Chef experience aboard the Disney Fantasy. While this experience is exclusive to the Fantasy, we also discuss mixology classes, additional food experiences at Palo and Remy, along with a fun cooking class held in the D Lounge aboard all the ships during longer cruises. Prosit and Bon Appetit everyone!
Listener Chris, a long time Disney Cruise Line fan, joins us to discuss his first time experience sailing with Norwegian Cruise Line. He, his husband, and friends sailed on a 7 night Alaskan itinerary from Seward, Alaska to Vancouver Canada. Chris discusses his thoughts on the ship, dining, entertainment, and of course shore excursions they experienced during their sailing. Enjoy everyone.
Award winning author Paul Thornton joins us to discuss his latest book, The Joy of Cruising: Passionate Cruisers, Fascinating Stories. We have a fun time discussing Pauls cruising background, how he came up with the idea for his latest book, and some of the unique individuals who are featured in his book. You can find the Joy of Cruising wherever books are sold, and you can connect with Paul through his Facebook page, with the link below. Enjoy everyone.
The best way to kick off our next 100 shows, is with a family experiencing their first Disney Cruise. Listener Dave joins us to discuss his families first Disney Cruise to the Western Caribbean. They sailed on a 7 night sailing aboard the Disney Fantasy, and we discuss his families thoughts about planning the cruise, the stateroom they booked, their dining experience, onboard entertainment, and of course their shore excursions. Enjoy everyone.
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Join us as we have a little fun celebrating our 100th episode. Christy and Steve cover how the podcast started, some of our favorite experiences sailing with Disney Cruise Line, and we finish up with some ask the Pilot questions. We want to thank everyone who has listened to our show, come on the show and shared your experiences, and supported the show through our Patreon site and by writing reviews of the show. It has truly been our pleasure to produce this podcast, and we look forward to producing the next 100! Enjoy everyone.
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