Our sixth day on the Fantasy was spent at sea, traveling to Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay (pronounced “key.”) We enjoyed the benefits of concierge once again, and ordered room service breakfast from the main dining room. After breakfast the boys enjoyed seeing some of the ship, while I started packing (I know, packing, right? We just got here!)
Before I knew it, it was time to dress for our brunch at Remy. We dropped Andrew off at the Oceaneers Club, with the promise that, if he was good, we would pick-up a new case with the Mid-Ship Detective Agency. He is loath to leave our sides, and really isn’t enjoying the club this trip…maybe next time?
Then the adults headed onto Remy. The premiere dining experience on-board, Remy lives up to its reputation. I’ll go into more detail later, but here are some sample morsels to whet your appetite.
The portions are small, but very rich. I’d scheduled a mixology class for the adults after brunch. However, after getting two pages from the Oceaneers Club that Andrew wished to be picked up, I bowed out and got the boy, while my husband and father went to the class.
Meanwhile, Andrew and I met up with his (new) “best friend” and his mother, who we’d made friends with online prior to sailing (Facebook cruise group pages are a great way to make friends even before you set sail!) Together, we completed another case for the Mid-Ship Detective Agency. I’m convinced that was Andrew’s favorite part of the ship!
Before too long, it was time to report to the Concierge Lounge for an intimate meet and greet with one of our favorite characters…Minnie Mouse!! You never know which character will attend, but this is something that Concierge offers its guests every cruise.
To avoid having to dress up for Semi-Formal Night (which the boys really don’t enjoy) we’d decided to enjoy dinner from Royal Court in our room.
After dinner we headed out to the pool, where hubby and I got to enjoy the AquaDuck for the 1st time. It’s a lot of fun to ride at night, but the flash from the picture they take is blinding. They don’t allow cameras on the water ride, or I would have posted photos here. We hung out in the pools on deck 11 and watched Enchanted on the Funnel Vision screen poolside.
Pruney-skinned and pooped, we returned to our cabin to sleep before our next (and last) exciting day at Castaway Cay!