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Disney Cruise Line
Disney Cruise Line
The Disney Cruise Line set sail in 1998 with the same enthusiasm and energy you find at the Walt Disney World Resort. Each of the four ships (the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy) have 5+ themed restaurants, including one or more for adults only. Experience Broadway-quality productions, first-run and classic Disney movies, and nightclubs. Separate areas of the ship were designed exclusively for adults and children.
ITINERARIES FOR THE DISNEY CRUISE LINE
Cruises convenient for Walt Disney World guests depart Disney’s own terminal in Port Canaveral at 4:00 pm. Four-night cruises spend the next day in Nassau, followed by a day at Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, then a full day at sea. Guests debark at Port Canaveral at 9:00 am the following morning. Three-night cruises follow the same plan, but skip the day at sea. Seven-night cruises offer different itineraries—Eastern Caribbean cruises usually stop at Tortola, St. Thomas/St. John, and Castaway Cay; Western Caribbean sailings visit ports like Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Falmouth, and Castaway Cay. In 2018, ships will sail to the Bahamas, Caribbean, Northern Europe, Mediterranean, Atlantic Canada, Baja California, and Alaska on 2– to 15-night-long itineraries.
STATEROOMS ON THE DISNEY CRUISE LINE
Staterooms range from downright comfortable to out-and-out luxurious. Even the least expensive staterooms are decorated in glowing, warm woods and include a television, phone, cooler, and in-room safe. The bright and cheery bathrooms include a hair dryer and tub. Deluxe staterooms include a split bathroom, which makes family travel especially comfortable, and up to 44% of all staterooms offer a verandah. Staterooms that sleep four usually have one queen bed, a single daybed, and a single berth—great for families but not so great for two couples. At the high end, the two-bedroom Walter E. and Roy O. Disney suites are a feast for the eyes, decorated with exotic wood paneling and cut crystal—they include a whirlpool tub!
RATES FOR THE DISNEY CRUISE LINE
Many vacationers book add-on packages that combine a three- or four-night cruise and three or four nights at the Walt Disney World Resort. During the 2018 value season, three-night cruises start at $687/person (for double occupancy) for a standard inside stateroom to more than $4,945/person for a Royal Suite. Third, fourth, and fifth occupants pay much less. Airfare and ground transfers are extra. Add-on packages now allow you to stay at any of Disney’s resort hotels, for any length of time.
Top Photo Slice: The Disney Magic in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (℗ 45391) Photo contributed by © SRisonS
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