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  • On Mar 30, 2014
    Anne from OH Asked

    First cruise last fall for our 50th wedding anniversary - a 3-nighter to the Bahamas on the Dream. Loved it so much & we're thinking about a longer cruise for this fall - perhaps a 7-night Caribbean. Which is best - the Eastern or Western?

    Welcome aboard, Anne! I'm always happy to see another Disney cruiser from Ohio! Isn't it nice that spring has finally sprung here in the Buckeye state? With all this cold weather recently, I've been ready to set sail to warmer waters with Disney Cruise Line! I'm sure you're anxious to book your next sailing too!

    I couldn't recommend the Eastern over the Western or vice versa because both are fabulous. What I love is that we're on our favorite floating resort as we travel to whatever ports of call we'll encounter. You really can't go wrong with either itinerary. I'd suggest you begin by playing around on the Find A Cruise page of Disney Cruise Line's website. There you can play around with the different ships, dates and itineraries and see which sailing best fits your budget. If you still can't decide between Eastern or Western, take a look at the Port Adventures offered in each port of call on those itineraries, and maybe a few will stick out to you as must-do's! 

    No matter which ship or itinerary you pick, you'll be so happy to enjoy a longer 7-night itinerary with Disney. The 3-night sailings on the Dream are fabulous, but they always leave you wanting more, right? So, spending seven magical nights onboard will allow you to experience so much more of what Disney has to offer! Have fun planning, Anne!
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Meet the Panelist: Marcy, Ohio

Welcome aboard! I'm the mom of two little Castaway Clubbers who would live on any of the Disney ships if they could. I would love to help your family discover the magic that awaits you on the open seas with Disney Cruise Line. Learn More About Marcy

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