With Disney Cruise Line, you can join Mickey and his friends for the magical voyage of a lifetime! With so much to see and do, a Disney Cruise offers an unrivaled range of fantastic activities for the whole family.
Disney Cruises is the seafaring arm of the Walt Disney Company, and shares the Disney Parks’ goal of helping guests to create lasting memories with family and friends. The fleet is comprised of four ships, the Disney Magic, Disney Wonder, Disney Dream, and Disney Fantasy. The voyages take travellers around various parts of North America and the Caribbean, as well as Europe.
With options ranging from weekend getaways in New York to fourteen-night journeys across the Atlantic or through the Panama Canal, Disney Cruises offer itineraries to fit any lifestyle.
Walt Disney is known for creating family fun, and Disney Cruises are no exception. It’s easy to fill days with so many activities to choose from! Guests draw and animate their favorite characters alongside Disney artists, or try to break one of Goofy’s world records in one of the more active adventures onboard. Teens can compete in Gotcha, the day-to-day elimination game, while adults are pampered in the onboard spa or make a splash in one of the several pools.
There’s even the AquaDuck, a four-story water coaster that travels over the side of the ship and down into a lazy river where you can relax after the exciting ride. Younger children are sure to love Nemo’s Reef, a splash deck featuring characters from the Disney Pixar movie.
The main draw of Disney Cruises dining is its rotational system. Cruisers rotate between three themed restaurants every night, accompanied by their server to each venue. Each restaurant is designed to let you immerse yourself in a Disney film, whether it’s an Enchanted Garden reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland or Triton’s, a French-inspired restaurant themed after The Little Mermaid.
Want a break from family dining? Why not visit Palo, serving Northern Italian food for dinner? If you’re just in the mood for a quick, casual meal with family and friends, there are always options for that too! Breakfast and lunch are served buffet-style in one of several cafes and smaller restaurants. Disney Cruises’ quick-service dining allows for small bites in-between meals, from Pinocchio’s Pizzeria to the snack bar at Pluto’s Dog House.
Disney has always taken special care to provide entertainment for all ages, and there are plenty of onboard shows to amaze and amuse. Broadway-style productions like Disney’s Believe and Friendship Rocks are musical extravaganzas featuring beloved characters coming to life before the audience’s eyes. If you’re feeling a little more active, go learn the Dance of the Seven Dwarfs, and then perform it with Snow White herself!
Or you and your family can even become the entertainers at the Karaoke and Talent Shows. Perhaps the most special of all, though, is the Magical Farewell, performed on the last night of the cruise, featuring characters and songs from classic Disney films while looking back at the most fun-filled and memorable moments of your cruise.