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Top Five Tips for Sailing with Little Ones on Disney Cruise Line

From the Disney Parks Blog:

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The thought of traveling with a little one can sometimes feel daunting, which is why so many parents with babies and toddlers choose a Disney cruise for their family’s vacation. Disney Cruise Line caters to all members of the family, and that includes even the youngest sailors.

If you’re setting sail with a child age 6 months to 3 years old, keep these tips for sailing with little ones on Disney Cruise Line in mind for smooth sailing during your family getaway…

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1. Take advantage of all that’s included. Traveling with little ones on a Disney cruise is easier than ever with diaper disposal units, bottle warmers, bottle sterilizers, cribs, playpens and high chairs available complimentary for use during the voyage. Strollers are also available, but since there are a limited number, plan to bring your own – one that’s lightweight and foldable for ease of maneuvering and storing it on board. When you visit our private island, Castaway Cay, wagons are available at no charge to facilitate navigating the island’s sandy beaches with toddlers in tow. Most of these items are first-come, first-served, so be sure to add the request to your reservation before the cruise. 

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2. Reserve time in the nursery before you set sail. Inside “it’s a small world” nursery hosted by Huggies, trained counselors care for and entertain infants and toddlers up to age 3 with toys, books, videos, crafts and games. At the back of the nursery, a separate and serene room is reserved for naptime. The nursery offers some of the longest operating hours and some of the lowest hourly rates for baby and toddler care in the cruise industry, allowing you to enjoy time on your own. You can roam the ship “worry-free,” thanks to an onboard mobile phone service that allows counselors to contact you anytime and anywhere on the ship. And if you want to peek in on your child without disturbing him or her, you can glimpse into the nursery’s main play area through a one-way window.

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3. Check the Navigator for special activities and play areas. Toddler Time is a scheduled playtime where parents can join the fun. You can also play with your little one at Disney’s Oceaneer Club and Lab during Open House. If you have a crawler, do not miss Jack-Jack’s Diaper Dash in the atrium. I repeat, do not miss it! And for water babies, each ship has a fanciful water playground exclusively for toddlers up to age 3—and their parents, of course!

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4. Let us help you make mealtime easier. For babies, you can request fresh pureed vegetables and meat, both in the main dining rooms and through room service. When ordering off the kids’ menu, your server will be happy to cut up the food into bite-sized pieces for your little one. And when you’re grabbing a quick bite out on deck, ask a Crew Member to grab a highchair for you. These are just a few of the things you can do to take the stress out of mealtime for your whole family.

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5. Don’t sweat it if you forget it. Essential baby supplies are available for purchase at the onboard merchandise shops, including diapers, training pants, rash cream, infant formula (ready to feed), bottles, pacifiers, baby food, baby shampoo, baby lotion and baby powder. We’ve got you covered!

What are your favorite tips for sailing with little ones on Disney Cruise Line?

11 Things to Do Before Your Disney Cruise Line Vacation

One of my favorite things about a Disney Cruise Line vacation is that it doesn’t require months and months of advance planning like a Walt Disney World Resort vacation. You don’t have to schedule your dining reservations 180 days in advance or any FastPasses 60 days in advance. A Disney cruise offers both a less stressful planning experience ahead of time and more relaxing vacation while you’re away enjoying your vacation. Although you don’t have to spend hours preparing for a Disney Cruise Line vacation, there are a few things that you can take care of in advance to make your vacation even better!

Here are 11 things to do before your Disney cruise:

  1. Online Check In: As soon as your booking window (determined by your Castaway Club status) opens, you should complete online check in. This provides Disney with all of your important information and in turn, allows you to choose how early you would like to arrive at the port. If you are not taking Disney transportation to the airport, this will get you on the ship as quickly as possible by choosing the earliest time available.
  2. Book Port Excursions: If you are planning to participate in any excursions during your cruise, you can book them in advance, as well. Some of the most popular excursions do fill up before the sailing so booking them as soon as your window opens insures the best availability for you to choose your favorite excursions. There’s also a desk onboard that can help you make changes or book excursions during your vacation, if necessary.
  3. Book Onboard Experiences: There aren’t too many activities that need to be booked in advance for a Disney cruise, but there are a couple character experiences (Frozen Meet and Greet and/or Princess Gathering), beverage tastings, Disney Junior character breakfast (for minimum seven night sailings), speciality dining, and spa treatments that can be reserved in advance. If you forget to book these in advance, they can be booked onboard as well, pending availability.
  4. Choose your Dining Time: Disney Cruise Line offers two dining times, either 5:45 pm or 8:!5 pm which also determines your evening show times and even breakfast on the last morning of your cruise. When you book your cruise, you will have the opportunity to choose (pending availability) your preferred dining time. If main dining is full, you can always waitlist it or even ask to change after you board if you are unable to secure it in advance.
  5. Schedule Character Call: You can schedule a complimentary pre-recorded character call from either Mickey Mouse, Goofy, or Mickey and Minnie. This is a fun way to either tell your kids about your upcoming vacation or get them even more excited to go!
  6. Passports: Although passports are not required for some cruises, they are still strongly recommended. If you’re planning to purchase a passport for your cruise, be sure to order it far enough in advance to avoid any rush fees. If you already have a passport, just double check to make sure that it will still be valid for your sailing (and preferably at least six months afterwards).
  7. Transfers: Whether you are purchasing Disney Cruise Line transfers, parking at the port, or purchasing private transfers, you will want to arrange in advance how you’ll be getting to and from the port.
  8. Join your Cruise group on Facebook: Almost every sailing has a group on Facebook where you can connect with fellow cruisers. The biggest advantage to joining these groups is if you’d like to participate in a fish extender (gift exchange) with your fellow passengers. It can also be nice to find fellow cruisers with kids around the same age, if you have any that are apprehensive about going to the kids clubs onboard.
  9. Download the Disney Cruise Line Navigator App: You will want to download the Disney Cruise Line Navigator app before you board the ship, if possible. Disney is eliminating the practice of leaving a paper copy of your Personal Navigator in your stateroom each evening so you’ll need to use the app to find out all of the activities planned onboard each day of your sailing. Plus, they have a fun countdown app that will help pass the time while you wait for your vacation.
  10. Prepay Gratuities: You can prepay your gratuities with your cruise fare so you won’t have to worry about them onboard. If you do not prepay your gratuities, Disney will automatically add them to your onboard account. It is nice to have them prepaid so you can only worry about spending money on souvenirs during your vacation.
  11. Purchase a Photo Package: If you’re interested in having any of the pictures taken onboard or at Castaway Cay, you will want to purchase a photo package in advance to take advantage of a pre-cruise discount. One big difference if you’re used to Disney PhotoPass photographers in the parks is that the cruise photographers are not able to take a picture on your device in addition to theirs.

Next, it’s time to start packing for your Disney cruise! What do you think are the most important things to do before your Disney cruise?


Enjoy Shows, Deck Parties and More Entertainment on Disney Cruise Line

From the Disney Parks Blog:

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What’s one of the best things about a Disney cruise? All of the incredible entertainment that’s included! From the time you step onboard to when you wave goodbye, your cruise includes everything you could hope for in a family vacation…including top-notch entertainment. With Broadway-style musicals, interactive deck shows, fireworks at sea and much more, there’s tons of fun for everyone onboard our ships!

Check out this guide to the entertainment on your Disney cruise vacation:

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Broadway-style Musicals

Cruise ship entertainment reaches new heights with our extravagant live shows and entertainment at sea. Each of our ships has a unique lineup of live musicals offered throughout your Disney cruise, taking the most imaginative elements from your favorite films to bring the stories you love to life onstage.

Some guest favorites include:

  • “Beauty and the Beast” on the Disney DreamInspired by the live-action movie, our “Beauty and the Beast” stage show is a unique theatrical experience with high-definition projections and dynamic scenery, plus master puppetry that bring Mrs. Potts, Lumiere and Cogsworth to life in their true scale.
  • “Tangled:The Musical”on the Disney Magic“Tangled: The Musical” immerses you in Rapunzel’s fairytale world through lavish production numbers and spellbinding music, including three new songs developed exclusively for the show by Academy-Award winning composer Alan Menken and “Tangled’s” Grammy Award-winning lyricist, Glenn Slater.
  • “Frozen, A Musical Spectacular”on the Disney WonderInspired by the hit animated film, this musical features dynamic costumes and sets, remarkable special effects, dazzling production numbers and incredible puppetry to bring beloved characters to life.
  • “Disney’s Aladdin –A Musical Spectacular” on the Disney FantasyThis musical inspired by the Disney classic raises the bar with special effects and technology, including a magical flying carpet scene.
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Deck Parties

A Disney cruise brings the fun to the upper decks with lively deck parties throughout your vacation!

Some memorable deck parties include:

  • “Sailing Away” on the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy: Jumpstart your Disney cruise with this lively “welcome aboard” deck party extravaganza! Join the official cruise countdown with Mickey and friends, and listen for the mighty blast of the ship’s horn that signals the beginning of your cruise vacation!
  • “Mickey’s Sail-A-Wave Party!…A Bon Voyage Celebration” on the Disney Wonder and Disney Magic: On embarkation day, you’ll join Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto and Donald for a high-energy sail away celebration featuring new music and a fashion show for guests!
  • Pirate Night on all Disney ships: For one night on each cruise, your ship will transform into a pirate vessel for an evening of buccaneer fun! Enjoy stunt performers, pirate battles and a spectacular grand finale – fireworks at sea like only Disney can do!
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Dining Experiences

Mealtimes are also entertainment experiences on your Disney cruise! Elaborately themed restaurants and distinctly Disney touches combine world-class cuisine with a full course of fun.

The unique dining on your Disney cruise includes:

  • Rapunzel’s Royal Table on the Disney MagicRapunzel’s Royal Table is the first table service restaurant inspired by the beloved story of Disney’s “Tangled.” The experience features live entertainment and characters, including spirited singing and dancing by Flynn Rider, the mischievous Snuggly Duckling Thugs and Princess Rapunzel herself!
  • Tiana’s Place on the Disney Wonder: Inspired by the animated feature “The Princess and the Frog,” Tiana’s Place transports you to an era of southern charm, spirited jazz and street party celebrations, with a menu influenced by Southern-style cuisine. You’ll even find Tiana’s personal touches in the menu, the live entertainment and throughout every detail in the restaurant, from Tiana’s family photos to her framed culinary awards!
  • Animator’s Palate on all Disney ships: One of the most popular restaurants on our ships, Animator’s Palate features animation-covered walls and high-definition flat-screens to give you the best view of the animation magic that takes place during your meal.  
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Themed Cruises

We also offer special days at sea and holiday cruises throughout the year, bringing a wide variety of different entertainment experiences onboard and giving your family so many ways to make memories during one-of-a-kind celebrations!

Themed Disney cruises include:

  • Halloween on the High SeasSet sail for spook-tacular Disney fun in the fall, including costume parties and contests, a “sing and scream” movie experience and haunted stories of the sea beneath the night sky.
  • Very Merrytime Cruises: Unwrap holiday magic when our ships transform into winter wonderlands for our Very Merrytime cruises in November and December! Celebrate the holidays onboard a Disney cruise with festive tropical deck parties, carolers throughout the ship and Disney friends dressed in their holiday best.
  • Marvel Day at Sea on the Disney Magic: These popular cruise itineraries let you spend one day at sea with your favorite Marvel Super Heroes and Villains. From heroic encounters to secret agent training sessions to a spectacular stunt show at sea, everyone in the family will find an epic adventure!
  • Star Wars Day at Sea on the Disney FantasyBlast off on these cruises to experience the legendary encounters of the Star Wars saga up close with character encounters, Jedi training, a deck party spectacular and more on a day-long adventure!

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Complete Disney Cruise Packing List for Tropical Cruises

Disney cruise is a vacation for the whole family that is unlike any other. In addition to the family fun you will find onboard the ship, these itineraries include visits to beautiful destinations like the Virgin Islands, Mexico, Jamaica, Grand Cayman and of course, Disney’s private island paradise in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay! With Disney Cruise Line vacations sailing out of Florida year round, you can (almost) always enjoy a warm and tropical cruise vacation.

Even if you are a veteran cruiser, packing can still be tricky or intimidating…so we’ve compiled an all-inclusive list! It’s perfect for warm weather itineraries to the Caribbean or Bahamas, filled with all of your must-haves plus a few items for fun! Here are some of the essentials for your Disney cruise packing list:

Daytime Fun on the Ship

With everything from fun family pools to exclusive spaces for kids and adults alike, Disney cruises are jam-packed with activities for the whole family! Here are the important items you should consider bringing:

  • Swimsuits and cover ups – Pack at least two options to ensure you can spend as much time at the pool, in the hot tub or riding the AquaDuck as possible!
  • Shorts, shirts, tank tops and sundresses – You’ll be spending lots of time outside enjoying the sunshine, so pack accordingly for the warmer temps.
  • Athletic wear and gym shoes – There’s lots of ways to break a sweat on a Disney cruise! Bring clothes to play basketball on Goofy’s Sports Deck or to squeeze in a quick workout at the fitness center. The ocean view from the treadmill can’t be beat!

Evening Entertainment, Dining and Deck Parties

On your Disney cruise, the fun lasts all day! From family and adult-exclusive dining options to Broadway-style entertainment and high-energy deck parties, make sure you come prepared for a different experience each night:

  • “Cruise casual” dinner attire – Plan to dress “cruise casual” in our main family dining rooms, which means no tank tops or swimwear.
  • Dressy dining outfits – Bring dressier outfits for semi-formal and formal nights so you can take advantage of the onboard photography services. Those of you who plan to eat at Palo or Remy, be sure to dress to impress while you enjoy your adult-exclusive dinner! Men should pack dress pants and a collared shirt, while women should bring a dress, skirt or pants and a blouse. For more information, click here for dress codes at Palo and Remy.
  • Pirate attire – There’s no better place to become a pirate than IN the Caribbean! You’ can transform into pillaging pirates and become a part of the crew during “Pirate Night.” Your “pirate style” can include anything from pirate tee shirts and bandanas to eye patches, pirate hooks and even stuffed parrots!
  • Light sweater – Temperatures can be cooler in the dining room and theater or out on deck with the evening ocean breeze, so don’t forget to pack a light sweater or jacket, just in case.
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Adventures Ashore

From exploring Mayan ruins in Mexico and ziplining through the trees in Jamaica during a Port Adventure, to lounging on the warm sand of a sun-drenched beach, there’s an exciting adventure ashore to fit everyone in your party! 

When you visit Disney’s award-winning private island, Castaway Cay, everything you need for a perfect day is included, like an all-you-care-to-eat buffet lunch, beach chairs, umbrellas, towels, hammocks and more … but you can still pack a few extra items to make the most of your day!

No matter what shore excursions you experience, here are a few helpful packing tips to prepare:

  • Backpack or collapsible tote bag – This will come in handy for carrying your personal items, as well as toting souvenirs you may buy in port. Considering throwing in some plastic zip-top bags as well in case your belongings get wet during your time ashore.
  • Lightweight pants, capris or leggings – Shorts and a t-shirt are great for many shore excursions like historical village tours or sightseeing at the ruins…but more active experiences like hiking, climbing or ziplining will be more comfortable with pants.
  • GoPro or underwater camera – There’s a lot to see and photograph under the water (including some hidden Mickeys at Castaway Cay) so make sure you have a way to capture it all!
  • Appropriate shoes – Prepare to be on your feet! Bring comfortable walking shoes for sightseeing, sneakers for hiking or biking activities and flip flops or water shoes for a day at the beach.

Just for Fun!

There are lots of small ways to enhance your Disney cruise experience! Consider packing these fun items as you prepare to come aboard:

  • Door magnets for your stateroom – Unique decorations will always bring a smile to your face as you return to your room, and it helps families distinguish their door as they head down long hallways. You can bring your own fun magnets, or buy them onboard.
  • Pajamas – Make sure your kids have at least one pair they are comfortable walking around the ship in. They won’t want to miss pajama parties at the kids clubs or on the last night of your sailing!
  • Autograph book – Never miss an opportunity to grab a special moment with your favorite Disney characters…and commemorate it with autographs! Disney Cruise Line autograph books are also sold onboard the ship.

What’s on your Disney cruise packing list?

Late 2020 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries Available Beginning June 13, 2019

Disney Cruise Line has finally announced itineraries for their four ships from September through December 2020 so you can now start planning your late 2020 Disney cruise. Sailings will be departing from ports in Florida, California, New York, and Texas. The always popular themed sailings will also return with Halloween on the High Seas during most September and October cruises while Very MerryTime Cruises will bring festive fun to most November and December 2020 sailings.

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Halloween on the High Seas

Halloween on the High Seas returns to Disney Cruise Line in September and October 2020 with spooky good times for the entire family. On select sailings across the fleet, guests can enjoy a “mouse-querade” costume party, lively entertainment, ghoulish food and beverage delights, trick-or-treating, seasonal kids’ activities, a villainous party just for adults and a ghostly ship takeover with elaborate décor and a magical pumpkin tree.

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Very MerryTime Cruises

From early November through December, the Disney Cruise Line fleet is decked from bow-to-stern with holiday cheer and entertainment during Very Merrytime Cruises. Holiday adventures are unwrapped for the whole family with merry parties, a tree lighting ceremony, festive activities, special food and beverage surprises, favorite characters in their finest holiday attire, a winter wonderland ball with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and a flurry of “Frozen” snowfall.

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Sailings to Bermuda and Canada from New York

The Disney Magic returns to New York in October for sailings to Bermuda and Canada, all featuring Halloween on the High Seas. Three five-night cruises offer two days in Bermuda, giving guests extra time to indulge in the island’s famous pink-sand beaches, abundant water activities, stylish shopping and distinctive blend of British and Caribbean culture.

One five-night cruise will visit Canada’s charming seaport cities including Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada’s oldest incorporated city, which is home to outdoor activities and an impressive natural phenomenon called the “reversing falls rapids.” Guests on this sailing will also visit Halifax, the provincial capital of Nova Scotia. Rich in maritime history, Nova Scotia boasts Victorian-style public gardens and one of the world’s largest natural harbors.

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Baja and Mexican Riviera Voyages from California        

The Disney Wonder sets sail from San Diego in September, with Halloween on the High Seas cruises to Baja and the Mexican Riviera. Baja itineraries of two, three, four and five nights highlight the region’s famous beaches and water activities with calls on Cabo San Lucas and Ensenada, Mexico. One seven-night Mexican Riviera cruise, with additional stops in Mazatlán and Puerto Vallarta, completes the southern California sailings. On Nov. 6, the Disney Wonder departs San Diego for a 14-night Panama Canal crossing.

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Bahamas and Caribbean Cruises from Texas     

From late November through December, the Disney Wonder will make Galveston, Texas, its homeport for Very Merrytime Cruises to the Caribbean and Bahamas, with four-, five-, six- and seven-night sailings. Caribbean itineraries include stops in Costa Maya and Cozumel, Mexico and Grand Cayman. Bahamian cruises feature stops at Nassau, Bahamas and Key West, Florida, as well as Disney’s private island Castaway Cay.

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Tropical Island Vacations from Florida

In fall 2020, the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream will sail to the Bahamas and Caribbean from Port Canaveral, Florida. Halloween on the High Seas and Very Merrytime Cruises will delight guests on most sailings.

The Disney Fantasy will sail Caribbean and Bahamian itineraries ranging from three to eight nights, and the Disney Dream will sail three- and four-night Bahamian cruises to Nassau, Bahamas and Castaway Cay. Each of these cruises includes a day of fun in the sun on Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests.

Late 2020 Disney Cruise Line bookings will open to the public June 13, 2019. Where will you visit on your next Disney cruise?

Top 10 Things for Adults on Disney Cruise Line

Think a Disney cruise is just for kids? Think again! There is so much for adults on Disney Cruise Line, whether you decide to drop the kids off in the complimentary kids club or leave them home altogether.

Here are our ten favorite things for adults on Disney Cruise Line:

  1. Serenity Bay at Disney’s Castaway Cay: Serenity Bay is the beautiful adults only beach on Disney’s private island paradise, Castaway Cay. You can stick your toes in the sand, enjoy a drink, or swim at this picture perfect beach. There’s even an adults only BBQ with a little more variety than Cookies BBQ and Cookies Too BBQ.
  2. Adults Only Dining Palo (and Remy): All four Disney ships have Palo, an adults only restaurant. Both the Disney Dream and Disney Fantasy also offer an adults only dining experience at Remy. With spectacular views and fine dining for a small upcharge, this experience is a “must do.”
  3. Beverage Tastings: Disney offers a variety of beverage tastings for guests age 21 and over. You can choose from beer tastings, bourbon tastings, mixology classes, and so many more.
  4. Movies in the Buena Vista Theatre: You can watch first-run films in addition to classic Disney films and popular motion-picture releases in the Buena Vista Theatre. New Disney movies debut at sea at the same time as on land with Disney!
  5. Live Shows in the Walt Disney Theatre: The Walt Disney Theatre has some incredible, Broadway style performances. Be sure not to miss “Beauty and the Beast” on the Disney Dream, “Frozen, A Musical Spectacular” on the Disney Wonder, “Tangled: The Musical” on the Disney Magic, and “Disney’s Aladdin- A Musical Spectacular” on the Disney Fantasy.
  6. Senses Spa & Salon: You can have the ultimate pampering and relaxing cruise when you treat yourself to an appointment at Senses Spa and Salon. From massages and facials to manicures and pedicures, there’s a treatment for everyone to enjoy. You can even purchase a Rainforest Spa pass to enjoy the showers, heated loungers, and whirlpool spas.
  7. Fitness Center: Whether you want to try to work off some of the delicious food you eat during your cruise at the gym or try a class with fellow cruisers, there are plenty of ways to stay in shape and still take in those breathtaking ocean views.
  8. Quiet Cove Pool: This adults only oasis offers both a main pool and whirlpool spas in addition to drinks like cocktails and specialty coffees for the ultimate relaxing day.
  9. Adults Only Excursions: Almost all Disney Cruise Line sailings offer adults only excursions. Whether you want to dive to the bottom of the ocean or enjoy a massage on the beach, you can find the perfect adventure for you.  
  10. Lounges and nightclubs: All four ships offer multiple nightclubs and lounges where you can enjoy a drink, live music, and other entertainment and activities.

What are your favorite adult activities on a Disney cruise?

Top 5 Reasons to Love Disney Cruise Line Vacations

You can visit some amazing destinations all over the world while only having to unpack once with Disney Cruise Line. Whether you are looking for a tropical getaway, an adventure to the scenic glaciers of Alaska, or a way to take in the history and culture of Europe, Disney Cruise Line can take you there. Outside of the incredible places that you can visit during your cruise, there are some unique features exclusive to Disney Cruise Line that make it a great vacation for the whole family.

Here are the top five things that we love about Disney Cruise Line:

  1. Castaway Cay: Castaway Cay is Disney’s private island paradise in the Bahamas. You get to stop here on all of Disney’s Bahamian and Caribbean cruises out of Florida. This island offers a family beach, adults only beach, kids club, two play areas, Disney characters, and so much more. Plus, most of the food and drinks are included with your cruise fare so you can enjoy the day without added expense.
  2. Food (and drinks): All of your meals, including room service, are included with your cruise fare. We’re not talking about basic theme park food, either. You can choose simple options like burgers or pizza for lunch, but your dinners are fine dining experiences. And who wouldn’t love the unlimited ice cream onboard?!
  3. Kids clubs: With special programming available all day and one-of-a-kind spaces designed just for them, chances are that your kids your kids won’t want to leave Disney’s Oceaneer Club or Lab! Your kids can pilot the Millenium Falcon on the Disney Dream, partake in the MARVEL Super Hero Academy on the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, and Disney Fantasy, or join Anna, Elsa, and Olaf for Frozen fun on the Disney Wonder.
  4. Pirate Night: Exclusive to Disney Cruise Line, Pirate Night offers a themed dinner menu, unique programming, and the only fireworks at sea! With the whole family encouraged to dress up to partake in this special evening, it is a one-of-a-kind experience that only Disney can offer.
  5. Onboard Entertainment: There are special activities from morning until night on a Disney cruise and most require no additional cost. From character meet and greets (without the crazy lines in the theme parks), movies, Broadway-style evening shows, and more, you’ll never find yourself without anything to do on a Disney cruise.

There are so many things to love about Disney Cruise Line! What is your favorite part of a Disney cruise?

Summer 2020 Disney Cruise Line Itineraries Available for Booking Beginning March 7, 2019

Get ready to set sail with Disney Cruise Line to visit exciting destinations including Greece, Alaska, the Bahamas, and the Caribbean! Disney has just announced summer 2020 Disney Cruise Line itineraries and the Disney Magic will be returning to Greece after a five year break!

You can view all of the summer 2020 Disney Cruise Line itineraries and sailing dates below:

The Caribbean

Whether you’re looking for a short escape or a weeklong vacation at sea, our 2020 Caribbean lineup has you covered! The Disney Fantasy will be sailing a variety of new itineraries in the summer of 2020! In addition to seven-night eastern and western Caribbean cruises from Port Canaveral, the Disney Fantasy will embark on five- and nine-night Caribbean sailings.

Western Caribbean

2020 Disney Fantasy 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral: 6/6, 6/20, 7/18, 8/1, 8/15 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Cozumel, Mexico 
Day 4: Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands 
Day 5: Falmouth, Jamaica 
Day 6: At Sea 
Day 7: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 8: Port Canaveral, Florida 

2020 Disney Fantasy 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral: 7/6 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Cozumel, Mexico 
Day 4: At Sea 
Day 5: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 6: Port Canaveral, Florida 

2020 Disney Fantasy 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral: 9/7 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Cozumel, Mexico 
Day 5: At Sea 
Day 6: Port Canaveral, Florida 

2020 Disney Fantasy 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral: 9/19 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Cozumel, Mexico 
Day 4: At Sea 
Day 5: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 6: Port Canaveral, Florida 

2020 Disney Fantasy 5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral: 9/29 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Cozumel, Mexico 
Day 4: At Sea 
Day 5: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 6: Port Canaveral, Florida 

Eastern Caribbean

2020 Disney Fantasy 7-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral: 6/13, 7/11, 7/25, 8/8, 9/12 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Tortola, British Virgin Islands 
Day 5: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 
Day 6: At Sea 
Day 7: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 8: Port Canaveral, Florida 

2020 Disney Fantasy 9-Night Eastern Caribbean Cruise from Port Canaveral: 6/27 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Basseterre, St. Kitts 
Day 5: Forte-de-France, Martinique 
Day 6: St. John’s, Antigua 
Day 7: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 
Day 8: At Sea 
Day 9: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 10: Port Canaveral, Florida


The Bahamas

Set sail on the Disney Dream or Disney Fantasy for a tropical Bahamian getaway from Port Canaveral. Select itineraries will whisk you off to a variety of idyllic destinations, including Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island paradise.

2020 Disney Dream 4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral: 6/1, 6/8, 7/13, 7/20, 7/27, 8/3, 8/10, 8/17, 9/14, 9/28 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 3: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 4: At Sea 
Day 5: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Dream 5-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral with 2 Stops at Castaway Cay: 6/12, 6/26 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 3: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 4: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 5: At Sea 
Day 6: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Dream 5-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral with 2 Stops at Castaway Cay: 6/21, 7/5 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 3: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 4: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 5: At Sea 
Day 6: Port Canaveral, Florida 

2020 Disney Dream 3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral: 6/5, 7/10, 7/17, 7/24, 7/31, 8/7, 8/14, 8/21, 9/18, 9/25 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 3: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 4: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Dream 4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral with 2 Stops at Castaway Cay: 6/17, 7/1 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 3: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 4: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 5: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Fantasy 3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral: 8/22 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 4: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Fantasy 3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral with 2 Stops at Castaway Cay: 8/25, 8/28 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 3: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 4: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Fantasy 4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral: 8/31 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 3: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 4: At Sea 
Day 5: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Fantasy 3-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral: 9/4 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 3: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 4: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Dream 4-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral: 9/21 

Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 3: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 4: At Sea 
Day 5: Port Canaveral, Florida 


2020 Disney Fantasy 5-Night Bahamian Cruise from Port Canaveral with 2 Stops at Castaway Cay: 9/24 
Day 1: Port Canaveral, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 4: Nassau, Bahamas 
Day 5: Disney Castaway Cay 
Day 6: Port Canaveral, Florida


Alaska

In 2020, the Disney Wonder will return to “The Last Frontier” for the summer season, opening up a world of breathtaking natural vistas, magnificent glaciers and awe-inspiring wildlife. These seven-night itineraries depart from Vancouver, Canada, with visits to Juneau, Skagway, Ketchikan, Icy Strait Point and Dawes Glacier. Each sailing features fun and adventure both in port and on the ship, from stunning scenery and one-of-a-kind Port Adventures in each destination to special touches that bring the splendor and spirit of Alaska to life onboard.

2020 Disney Wonder 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver: 5/18, 5/25, 6/1, 6/8, 6/15, 6/22, 6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/27, 8/3, 8/10, 8/17, 8/31 

Day 1: Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Dawes Glacier, Alaska 
Day 4: Skagway, Alaska 
Day 5: Juneau, Alaska 
Day 6: Ketchikan, Alaska 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada 

2020 Disney Wonder 7-Night Alaskan Cruise from Vancouver: 7/20, 9/7 

Day 1: Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Dawes Glacier, Alaska 
Day 4: Icy Strait Point, Alaska 
Day 5: Juneau, Alaska 
Day 6: Ketchikan, Alaska 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Vancouver (British Columbia), Canada


Europe

If Europe is on your bucket list, the summer of 2020 is the time to go!

Three special Mediterranean cruises from Rome offer a selection of destinations in Greece, combined with visits to other notable cities in the region. Stops in Piraeus, the gateway to Athens; Katakolon, near ancient Olympia; and the islands of Santorini, Mykonos and Crete highlight these itineraries. Two of the sailings give you the opportunity to visit Sicily, where you can visit landmarks such as Mount Etna, the highest and most active volcano in Europe, or the Piazza del Duomo, the city’s historic center. The third cruise features a return to the “Pearl of the Adriatic,” Dubrovnik, Croatia.

The Mediterranean cruises aren’t the only European itineraries with new ports of call. The Disney Magic’s grand tour of Europe in the summer of 2020 includes new stops in Gdynia, Poland; Nordfjordeid, Norway; Plymouth, England; and Zeebrugge, Belgium, offering you new ways to see the Baltic, British Isles and Norwegian fjords.

2020 Magic 12-Night Eastbound Transatlantic Cruise from Miami to Barcelona:5/11 

Day 1: Miami, Florida 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: At Sea 
Day 5: At Sea 
Day 6: At Sea 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal 
Day 9: At Sea 
Day 10: Lisbon, Portugal 
Day 11: Cadiz, Spain 
Day 12: At Sea 
Day 13: Barcelona, Spain 

2020 Disney Magic 7-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona: 5/23 

Day 1: Barcelona, Spain 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Salerno (Pompeii), Italy 
Day 4: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 
Day 5: Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy 
Day 6: Villefranche (Monte Carlo, Cannes, Nice), France 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Barcelona, Spain 

2020 Disney Magic 7-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona: 5/30 

Day 1: Barcelona, Spain 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Naples (Pompeii), Italy 
Day 4: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 
Day 5: Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy 
Day 6: Toulon (Provence), France 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Barcelona, Spain 

2020 Disney Magic 7-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona to Civitavecchia (Rome): 6/6 

Day 1: Barcelona, Spain 
Day 2: Toulon (Provence), France 
Day 3: Villefranche (Monte Carlo, Cannes, Nice), France 
Day 4: Genoa (Milan), Italy 
Day 5: Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy 
Day 6: At Sea 
Day 7: Naples (Pompeii), Italy 
Day 8: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 

2020 Disney Magic 9-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Civitavecchia (Rome): 6/13 

Day 1: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 
Day 2: Messina (Sicily), Italy 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Santorini, Greece 
Day 5: Piraeus (Athens), Greece 
Day 6: Mykonos, Greece 
Day 7: Heraklion (Crete), Greece 
Day 8: At Sea 
Day 9: Naples (Pompeii), Italy 
Day 10: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 

2020 Disney Magic 9-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Civitavecchia (Rome): 6/22 

Day 1: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Dubrovnik, Croatia 
Day 4: Katakolon, Greece 
Day 5: Santorini, Greece 
Day 6: Piraeus (Athens), Greece 
Day 7: Mykonos, Greece 
Day 8: At Sea 
Day 9: Naples (Pompeii), Italy 
Day 10: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 

2020 Disney Magic 12-Night Mediterranean with Greek Isles Cruise from Civitavecchia (Rome) to Barcelona: 7/1 

Day 1: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 
Day 2: Messina (Sicily), Italy 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Santorini, Greece 
Day 5: Piraeus (Athens), Greece 
Day 6: Mykonos, Greece 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Naples (Pompeii), Italy 
Day 9: Olbia (Sardinia), Italy 
Day 10: Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy 
Day 11: Cannes, France 
Day 12: At Sea 
Day 13: Barcelona, Spain 

2020 Disney Magic 5-Night Mediterranean Cruise from Barcelona: 7/13 

Day 1: Barcelona, Spain 
Day 2: Cannes, France 
Day 3: Livorno (Florence, Pisa), Italy 
Day 4: Civitavecchia (Rome), Italy 
Day 5: At Sea 
Day 6: Barcelona, Spain 

2020 Disney Magic 7-Night Western Europe Cruise from Barcelona to Dover: 7/18 

Day 1: Barcelona, Spain 
Day 2: Cartagena, Spain 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Lisbon, Portugal 
Day 5: Vigo, Spain 
Day 6: At Sea 
Day 7: Portland (Stonehenge), England 
Day 8: Dover, England 

2020 Disney Magic 11-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Dover to Copenhagen:7/25 

Day 1: Dover, England 
Day 2: Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Rostock, Germany 
Day 5: Gdynia (Gdańsk), Poland 
Day 6: At Sea 
Day 7: St. Petersburg, Russia 
Day 8: St. Petersburg, Russia 
Day 9: Tallinn, Estonia 
Day 10: Stockholm, Sweden 
Day 11: At Sea 
Day 12: Copenhagen, Denmark 

2020 Disney Magic 8-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Copenhagen: 8/5 

Day 1: Copenhagen, Denmark 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Stockholm, Sweden 
Day 4: Helsinki, Finland 
Day 5: St. Petersburg, Russia 
Day 6: St. Petersburg, Russia 
Day 7: Tallinn, Estonia 
Day 8: At Sea 
Day 9: Copenhagen, Denmark 

2020 Disney Magic 7-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Copenhagen: 8/13 

Day 1: Copenhagen, Denmark 
Day 2: At Sea 
Day 3: Tallinn, Estonia 
Day 4: St. Petersburg, Russia 
Day 5: Helsinki, Finland 
Day 6: Stockholm, Sweden 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Copenhagen, Denmark 

2020 Disney Magic 10-Night Northern Europe Cruise from Copenhagen to Dover:8/20 

Day 1: Copenhagen, Denmark 
Day 2: Gothenburg, Sweden 
Day 3: Oslo, Norway 
Day 4: Stavanger, Norway 
Day 5: At Sea 
Day 6: At Sea 
Day 7: Reykjavik, Iceland 
Day 8: At Sea 
Day 9: Kirkwall (Orkney Islands), Scotland 
Day 10: At Sea 
Day 11: Dover, England 

2020 Disney Magic 7-Night Norwegian Fjords Cruise from Dover: 8/30 

Day 1: Dover, England 
Day 2: Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Day 3: At Sea 
Day 4: Nordfjordeid, Norway 
Day 5: Alesund, Norway 
Day 6: Stavanger, Norway 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Dover, England 

2020 Disney Magic 7-Night British Isles Cruise from Dover: 9/6 

Day 1: Dover, England 
Day 2: Plymouth, England 
Day 3: Cobh (Cork), Ireland 
Day 4: Liverpool, England 
Day 5: Greenock, Scotland 
Day 6: Dublin, Ireland 
Day 7: At Sea 
Day 8: Dover, England 

2020 Disney Magic 5-Night Western Europe Cruise from Dover: 9/13 

Day 1: Dover, England 
Day 2: Amsterdam, Netherlands 
Day 3: Zeebrugge (Bruges), Belgium 
Day 4: Le Havre (Paris), France 
Day 5: Le Havre (Paris), France 
Day 6: Dover, England

If you’re currently a Platinum, Gold or Silver Castaway Club member, take advantage of the opportunity to book one of these new cruises before they go on sale to the general public on March 7, 2019. You’ll be able to book early 2020 itineraries online or by phone during a designated booking window.

When to Book

  • March 4, 2019: Platinum Members
  • March 5, 2019: Platinum and Gold Members
  • March 6, 2019: Platinum, Gold and Silver Members
  • March 7, 2019: All Guests

Did you know that you can even take your Disney Cruise Line vacation to the next level with Adventures by Disney? Whether it’s a premium cruise upgrade complete with curated port excursions or an immersive city escape before the ship sets sail, these expertly tailored Adventures by Disney packages are the perfect way to create an unforgettable land-and-sea Disney cruise vacation.

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Premium Cruise Packages in Alaska, Europe and the Caribbean
Guests sailing on select Disney Cruise Line itineraries can book an Adventures by Disney overlay to maximize port time, enhance onboard experiences and streamline logistics – it’s like an “easy button” for your vacation!

Throughout the voyage, knowledgeable Adventure Guides provide dedicated service both onboard and in port, as they lead guests on specially curated excursions, interactive activities and extraordinary adventures. Onboard the ship, guests enjoy unique experiences and premium amenities exclusive to Adventures by Disney, such as an intimate talkback session with Walt Disney Theatre cast members followed by a behind-the-scenes costume and prop activity.

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For the first time ever, Adventures by Disney packages can be booked for Caribbean cruises aboard the Disney Fantasy in summer 2020. These all-new offerings provide the perfect balance of adventure and relaxation with exclusive receptions and entertainment onboard and privately guided excursions in St. Thomas, Grand Cayman, Jamaica and more.

Best of all, Adventures by Disney guests on these special Caribbean sailings will enjoy enhanced recreation and entertainment, plus all-inclusive premium food and drinks, at Disney’s private island, Castaway Cay.

Other highlights in 2020 include a return to Alaska and popular packages in northern Europe and the Mediterranean, with the addition of experiences in the Greek Isles.

In 2019, Adventures by Disney will offer a brand-new Short Escape itinerary in London, where adventurers will revel in the royal treatment with VIP experiences in one of the world’s most iconic cities. The itinerary includes a private viewing of the royal Crown Jewels at the Tower of London, a high-speed boat ride along the River Thames and a privately guided tour of Westminster Abbey, the revered site of royal coronations and weddings. (Mark Ashman, photographer)

Pre-Cruise Escapes in Europe
Adventures by Disney also offers pre-cruise vacations in Rome; London; Barcelona, Spain; and Copenhagen, Denmark. These two- to three-night Escapes feature unforgettable experiences in iconic cities, such as a private, after-hours visit to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel in Rome. Plus, activities like flamenco dancing, mosaic making and preparing local cuisine immerse families in the culture of each region.

Bookings for these summer 2020 Disney Cruise Line sailings and Adventures by Disney add-on packages open to the public on March 7, 2019.

Grab your cameras, sunscreen, and passports and start planning your summer 2020 Disney cruise today!

Top 5 Reasons to Love Dinner on a Disney Cruise

From the Disney Parks Blog:

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When you’re anticipating all of the fun you’ll have on your first Disney cruise, dinner may not be the first thing that comes to mind. But when you’re anticipating all of the fun you’ll have on your second Disney cruise, mealtime is likely top of mind.

In true Disney fashion, dinner on a Disney cruise is an experience in itself, one the entire family will enjoy. Chances are, mealtime will be a favorite part of your Disney Cruise Line vacation. Here are five reasons why …

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1. You dine in elaborately themed restaurants with a full course of fun. Watch your drawing come to life on the big screen or have a friendly conversation with Crush, the sea turtle from “Finding Nemo,” at Animator’s Palate. Step into an era of southern charm and street parties at Tiana’s Placeon the Disney Wonder. Visit the kingdom of Corona for a festive celebration with live musical performances at Rapunzel’s Royal Table on the Disney Magic. Each ship offers a unique dining experience you won’t find anywhere else.

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2. You are treated to a delicious three-course meal. Each restaurant serves a variety of world-class cuisine featuring market-fresh ingredients, and every meal includes a unique selection of hot and cold appetizers, delectable entrees and rich desserts. The best part? There’s never an up-charge for sumptuous menu items, like Wild Alaska Salmon, in the family dining rooms.

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3. You’ll have a different experience each night. With our innovative rotational dining concept, you get to enjoy all three of our family dining rooms. On cruises longer than three nights, you can dine in some of the restaurants a second time but with a new menu. You can also opt to eat at one of our adult-exclusive fine dining restaurants or dine on your own schedule at our casual dining restaurant, Cabanas.

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4. You can expect the same great service every night. Since your servers accompany you to the different family restaurants, you know you’ll have friendly, familiar and personalized service when you sit down for dinner. Not only will they know you by name, they’ll learn your dietary preferences, food allergies, likes and dislikes. Don’t be surprised if your beverage of choice is waiting for you when you arrive.

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5. Your kids will love it, too. With kid-friendly menu items, servers who perform magic tricks and restaurants sprinkled with a dash of pixie dust, your little ones will feel in their element. And happy kids equal happy parents, am I right? The perfect equation to make memories that last for a lifetime.

Top Three Reasons to Sail on a Disney Cruise from Port Canaveral

From the Disney Parks Blog:

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With the new year in full swing, we’re excited for Disney Cruise Line’s lineup of sailings from Port Canaveral! Disney Cruise Line is sailing year-round from this port on three-, four- and seven-night voyages to a variety of destinations in the Eastern and Western Caribbean and Bahamas, as well as a stop at Disney’s private island Castaway Cay.

Disney Cruise Line’s first homeport, Port Canaveral, remains one of their most popular departure points for family cruises. Here are just a few of the reasons why this Florida port is the perfect place to start your Disney cruise vacation:

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With the Disney Wonder, Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream all sailing from Port Canaveral in early 2019, Port Canaveral offers a variety of Disney cruises and experiences perfect for any family. 
Three ships in port and cruises spanning three, four and seven nights from January to May means a full menu of options to sail from Port Canaveral this year. Each ship has a variety of magical onboard experiences ranging from unique family dining to dynamic Broadway-style live musicals! You can also choose from a wide array of itineraries with sun-drenched beaches to the Bahamas and Eastern and Western Caribbean. Whether you’re looking for a weeklong Caribbean cruise vacation or a shorter Bahamian getaway to relax on the beach, Port Canaveral is the perfect place to begin!

Castaway Cay is Disney’s private island paradise in the tropical waters of the Bahamas, reserved exclusively for Disney Cruise Line guests. In a setting of crystal-clear turquoise waters, powdery white-sand beaches and lush landscapes, the 1,000-acre island offers one-of-a-kind areas and activities for every member of the family. (Matt Stroshane, photographer)

Every Disney cruise from Port Canaveral stops at Castaway Cay, our private island paradise in the Bahamas – the ideal getaway for families. 
Castaway Cay is reserved exclusively for our guests and outfitted for premium family leisure. Whether you’re seeking some adventure, relaxation or quality time with your family, this pristine island has something in store for you. With activities from stingray encounters and snorkeling to bike rentals and private cabanas – not to mention powdery white sand beaches, crystal-clear turquoise waters and lush landscapes all around– your whole family will have countless ways to create amazing vacation memories!

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It’s close to the Walt Disney World Resort – the perfect place to start or end your vacation!
Port Canaveral, near Orlando, is only a one-hour drive from Walt Disney World Resort, giving you the option to plan the perfect Disney vacation – both on land and at sea! We make combining a cruise and resort stay easier with options like motor coach transportation between the port and resort and luggage delivery from the resort to your stateroom. Plus, we’ll assist with booking your accommodations, theme park tickets and resort food package. Pretty convenient, right?

Ready to book your cruise out of “Florida’s Fun Port?” Check out which of Disney cruise from Port Canaveral is the best fit for you!