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What’s Happening in 2013-2014 with Disney Cruise Line
We sat down with Disney Cruise Line and got some insight into what’s new this season. Check out the below.
We love the AquaDuck Water Coaster. Have you tried it yet?
- In 2013, Disney Cruise Line will offer new itineraries, including an expanded portfolio of European cruises with new destinations such as Venice, Italy, and the Greek Isles. In addition, Disney Cruise Line will utilize a second homeport in Florida, with Caribbean sailings departing from the Port of Miami for the first time.
- In 2013, Disney will also offer a variety of new itineraries departing from Galveston, Texas, providing even more cruise options for guests. New choices include four-night Caribbean getaway cruises, seven-night sailings that include a stop in Jamaica and special itineraries that take guests to Walt Disney World Resort and Disney’s private island in the Bahamas, Castaway Cay.
- The white sand beaches and azure waters of Castaway Cay, Disney’s private island, take center stage in the early half of 2014 voyages for Disney Cruise Line. With all four Disney ships sailing from Florida ports, not only will guests have more options to visit Castaway Cay, but they may combine their cruise with a visit to Walt Disney World Resort and experience the expanded Fantasyland at Magic Kingdom.
- Over the past two years, Disney doubled their fleet in with the 4,000-capacity Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream. Disney Fantasy was the last to launch on March 31, 2012, bringing Disney fantasies to life with entertainment, activities and dining experiences specifically designed with seven-night cruises in mind.
- Disney Fantasy has included the popular AquaDuck Water Coaster, matching the one on the Dream, being the first water coaster at sea. The Nightclub District, called Europa, features a re-imagined and expanded Skyline Club. The Tube, La Piazza, O’Gills Pub and Ooh La La, all adult only lounges, are all new to the Fantasy. The shows in the Walt Disney Theater include Disney’s Believe, Disney Wishes, and Disney’s Aladdin: A Musical Spectacular.
- Broadway-style musicals are presented nightly at the magnificent Walt Disney Theatre, a 1,340- seat performing art palace on the Disney Fantasy and Disney Dream, 977-seats on the Disney Magic and Disney Wonder. There are original productions distinctive to each ship, plus guest- favorite offerings that can be enjoyed on more than one ship.
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