Top Six Reasons to Book a 2018 Disney Cruise Line Vacation

by siera

(Photo: Disney Parks Blog)

Happy New Year! It’s time to ring in 2018, and with the new year comes new adventures on the high seas. From the return of both Star Wars Day at Sea and Marvel Day at Sea, to new enhancements coming to the Disney Magic and more, you won’t want to miss all the fun to be had aboard a 2018 Disney cruise.

Here are some of the highlights for a 2018 Disney Cruise Line vacation:

(Photo: Disney Parks Blog)

Star Wars Day at Sea
Star Wars Day at Sea returns on 15 special Disney Fantasy sailings from January through April 2018. The epic day-long celebration will once again transport guests to a galaxy far, far away to celebrate the legendary adventures and iconic characters from the Star Wars saga. Plus, new for 2018, Rey will take the stage in the “Summon the Force” nighttime deck show.

(Photo: Disney Parks Blog)

Marvel Day at Sea
Marvel Day at Sea returns with eight special Disney Magic voyages from Miami departing January through April 2018. All-day entertainment includes interactions with some of the mightiest Marvel Super Heroes and the menacing foes who oppose them, an extraordinary deck show spectacular, Marvel-themed youth activities, special merchandise and unique food and beverage offerings.

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Enhancements to the Disney Magic
Exciting new spaces for guests of all ages are coming to the Disney Magic in March 2018. Headlining the enhancements is an enchanting dining experience for families at the new Rapunzel’s Royal Table, the first table service restaurant themed to “Tangled” that features characters and live entertainment.

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New Itineraries and Ports
In 2018, Disney Cruise Line will make first-time visits to destinations in Italy and Ireland during the summer and to Bermuda and Quebec City, Canada in the fall. Throughout the year, Disney Cruise Line will continue to take guests to favorite destinations in the Caribbean and Bahamas, Alaska, Europe, Canada and Mexican Riviera.

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Halloween on the High Seas
From September through October, all four Disney Cruise Line ships transform into a ghoulish wonderland. The extra-spooky celebration features Halloween-themed parties, lively entertainment, unique menu items and elaborate décor, including The Pumpkin Tree, which magically transforms throughout the cruise.

(Photo: Disney Parks Blog)

Very Merrytime Cruises
Starting in early November, Disney Cruise Line adds some extra sparkle to each ship with special holiday décor, traditional “turkey day” fanfare, Christmas feasts, “snow flurries” and New Year’s Eve galas. But the best part might just be relaxing on deck instead of shoveling snow!

So, grab your passport and your loved ones and make going on a 2018 Disney cruise your New Year’s resolution!

Siera is a travel agent with Destinations in Florida, an Authorized Disney Vacation Planner and member of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA). She would love to help you plan your next cruise at no cost to you. Contact Siera today at siera@destinationsinflorida.com or at 734-771-1290 for more information or your free, no obligation quote. 

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