Disney Cruises currently operates four ships, "Disney Magic", "Disney Wonder", "Disney Dream", and "Disney Fantasy" with another two to join the fleet in 2021 and 2023. Headquartered in Florida USA, the Walt Disney Company subsidiary has a 2.8% share of the worldwide cruising market.
Sailing on a Disney Cruise may have you embarking at Castaway Cay, a private island owned by Disney in the Bahamas. The island is an exclusive port of call for Disney's ships and features an abundance of beaches, lagoons, water play areas, scenic walking trails, BBQ dining facilities and shops.
With all things Disney, expect to be greeted by Disney Characters on and around the island with performances occurring at regular intervals.
- Take a Disney Cruise to Alaska to where you'll be mesmerised by prehistoric glaciers, gold-mining relics and eclectic shopping.
- Disney's Caribbean Cruises are a popular choice from Port Canaveral.
- Indulge in a Bahamas experience visiting Castaway Cay.
- Experience a Disney Europe Cruise through the Mediterranean.
Entertainment & Dining
Adults and Children alike will marvel at the Broadway inspired stage musical "Frozen" held in the Walt Disney Theatre.
Kids can train alongside their favourite super heroes such as Superman inside Disney’s Oceaneer Club. Deck Parties featuring popular Disney Characters will be fun for all the family.
Adults only entertainment includes onboard replica English Pub's, Nightclubs, Wine Bars, and Lounges.
Activities onboard include Pools and Waterslides, Character Experiences, Deck Parties, Sport and Fitness facilities and indulgent Spa & Salon.
Disney was the first cruise liner to pioneer rotational dining where guests rotate with their wait staff through three different main dining rooms. Dining options onboard are varied and include Italian Pizzeria's, Family Buffet's, Children's tea parties, Adults Only Dining and of course Room Service.
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