You Don’t Say: A Few Interviews With the Disney Magic CrewCasey Mullins
You may not care one bit about how much the crew of the Disney Magic love their jobs, but I can promise you if you like accents this is the video for you. Austria, Serbia, India and Argentina are all represented and represented well by various crew members who handle everything from the bars to dancing on stage every night. I’m ashamed to say I don’t remember the name of a single crew member of our cruise back in August, but I could give you an enormous list of people who made our week long cruise a million times more magical. I had heard that there is a feeling of family on a Disney Cruise, and now I totally get why. Even when we were grumpy and headed for breakfast at 7 am every person we came in contact with had a smile and a hello ready for us. It was contagious and intoxicating to be around so much happiness.
On Addie’s birthday she wore a golden Belle dress around all day and every single crew member that passed her greeted her with “Hello Princess!” As I walked behind her and could see her little shoulders stand a little taller with every greeting. The level of energy and dedication the staff of Disney Cruise Lines uphold and maintain is mind blowing. They wished us all farewell Saturday morning like we were the only people that mattered. Less than four hours later they were welcoming a whole new ship full of guests, making them feel just as special as they made us feel for an entire week. Impressive.
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I hope to one day go back and see the same smiling faces that become so familiar to us in just seven short days. With their dedication to promoting from within, the server we fell in love with last week may be the restaurant manager we greet as we get on a decade from now. But don’t listen to me, listen to these magical accents tell you how much they love their jobs and how they came to call Disney home.