When it comes to cruises, there are plenty of cruise lines to choose from. We've done extensive research on the benefits of sailing with Disney Cruise Line.
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GalTime has researched several ships and destinations to help you make the most of your vacation time and money. Below you'll find all of our stories about Disney Cruise Line and its ships.
The Disney Dream joined the Disney Cruise Line fleet in January 2011. It sails out of Port Canaveral, Florida to the Bahamas and Disney's private island, Castaway Cay.
The Dream was the first Disney ship to offer an on-board water coaster, the 765-foot AquaDuck. Another innovation is the Magical Porthole that provides guest staying in the interior rooms a real-time view outside the ship. High-definition cameras placed on the exterior of the ship feed live video to each Magical Porthole.
The Dream accomodates up to 4,000 passengers.
The Disney Fantasy is the newest ship in the fleet. It set sail on its maiden voyage in March of 2012. It has a 4,000 passenger capacity.
The Fantasy sails on seven-night cruises to the Caribbean out of Port Canaveral. The Dream and Fantasy sail into the Bahamas visit Disney's beautiful and private island, Castaway Cay.
Some unique features of this ship is the Bibbidi Bobbidy Boutique where guests can be made over into princesses and pirates, new water play areas in the Aqua Lab, an expanded nightlife scene for adults on-board and much more.
When you're aboard the Fantasy, there's plenty of fun to keep your whole family busy:
The Disney Wonder is one of the original ships in the Disney fleet. It currently sails on the West Coast. It has a capacity of approximately 2,700 passengers.
Destinations & Booking Information
Disney also operates another ship, the Magic.
Disney Cruise Line desinations include Alaska, the Bahamas, Canada & New England, Carribean, Europe, Hawaii, the Mexican Riviera, the Panama Canal and the Transatlantic.
Traveling To Walt Disney World Resort?
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