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      Last Review Posted Ferrytale Wishes: A Fireworks Dessert Cruise
      When I first heard about the fireworks cruise it sounded like so much fun but I was hesitant to book because of the cost, after much discussion we decided to go for it and book the cruise and I’m so glad we did! From the moment you arrive at the dock the cast members are there to greet you and explain the trip and menu to you. You are given a few souvenirs for the evening, including a pin, light up champagne glass and a plate. There is a cool game you can play if you want, it’s for all ages but it seemed to keep the kids busy on the cruise before the fireworks started. There were drinks are desserts on the first level and desserts only on the second level. There were a number of dessert stations so the lines were never long. There were several types of cheeses and desserts, also at the beginning of the cruise there were meats on the trays but the meats went quickly and were never replaced, the rest of the food was replenished throughout the event. The cupcakes and mango panna cotta were good; the spiced flourless chocolate lacked spiced and seemed way undercooked (it may have been the chocolate cake didn’t hold up well in the heat). Parents beware – the pineapple upside down cake comes with a tiny shooter of alcohol. The specialty alcoholic drink tasted watered down but it was a warm night, beer and wine and soda were also available. The view of the fireworks is great and even though the evening was sold out, the boat did not feel crowded. This almost made the cruise worth the price alone after dealing with the crowds while watching the fireworks in the parks. There is limited seating on the boat and if you’re on the second level, you must walk up and down the stairs for drinks. Once back on land, there are buses to take you to your resort. We had a very enjoyable evening even if the desserts are just okay, but it’s a nice break from being part of the zombie herd shuffling around the parks all day.
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