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Choosing Your Itinerary During the Holidays

Choosing Your Itinerary During the Holidays

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Holiday Itineraries: Like land-based resorts, cruise ships are especially popular during the Christmas-New Year season (and the high rates prove it). Although special holiday itineraries were offered in the past, these days Disney’s ships are all on standard itineraries during the holidays. "Special" now means making every holiday season cruise special. The cruise line, like Disney’s theme parks, has a longstanding tradition of decking the halls (and decks, and Castaway Cay) for the year-end holidays. In recent years that has been enhanced fleet-wide, as Holidays on the High Seas, encompassing both Halloween and the Thanksgiving/Christmas season. Halloween decorations and festivities are a "treat" on all ships from September through Halloween—bring your costumes! Then, in November, the Very MerryTime Cruises begin. The ships are awash with decorations, parties, and activites until just after Christmas. Disney also makes being aboard "on the day" extra-special, with special dinner menus and parties for Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve. 

Other Special Events: Disney Cruise Line also adds enhancements to select cruises. Lately, that has meant Star Wars Day at Sea, offered on select winter and spring (typically Jan.–Apr.) Caribbean sailings, Marvel Day at Sea on some early 2018 cruises from Miami, and Frozen Deck Party, a feature of Alaskan and European itineraries. All offer a day-long roster of activities, character interactions, and appropriately themed food, beverage, and merchandise offerings.

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