You can celebrate Christmas on Disney Cruise Line with one of their special Very Merrytime Cruises which kick off in early November this year to give your family even more options for celebrating the winter holidays at sea.
Beginning November 9 on the Disney Fantasy and Disney Wonder and November 10 on the Disney Dream and Disney Magic, you can start celebrating the holidays with extra-special events and activities which will continue through the new year. You will be able to build gingerbread houses, meet Santa Claus, and listen while holiday storytellers share tales of Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa … or just relax on deck instead of shoveling snow!
These voyages are sure to ignite holiday cheer from the very first night at “King Triton’s Tree Lighting Ceremony,” where a young guest can help light the three-deck-tall tree in the ship’s atrium lobby. The celebration will take on a tropical flair for the “Deck the Deck Holiday Party,” where you can do the “Yuletide Slide” with Mickey and the gang, show off your hula hooping skills, and limbo under over-sized candy canes.
If you will be sailing on Thanksgiving, you will enjoy a bountiful feast, Disney friends, and plenty of NFL football games! On Christmas sailings, you can find surprises from Santa himself, caroling crew members, as well as a traditional Christmas dinner that night. Plus, you can ring in the New Year on the high seas at a party with music, sparkling wine, and a midnight countdown.
Even Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island in the Bahamas, will be getting a holiday makeover, including “snow flurries,” a decked-out Christmas tree, and holiday island music!
It’s not too late to plan your vacation and celebrate Christmas on Disney Cruise Line! Request your free, no obligation quote today!
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