There’s magic in everything that team cruise Dysney touches and their cruise line is no exception.
Michael Eisner himself commissioned a talented group of ship designers, cruise experts & Disney creators to produce cruise ships that would appeal to adults & children of all ages.
The result was two nearly-identical ships, Disney Wonder & Disney Magic.
The ships are distinctively Disney, with the famous mouse silhouette prominently placed on the smokestacks and appearing frequently throughout the ships.
That’s not all; a fifteen-foot statue of Goofy is the figurehead on Disney Magic while Donald Duck adorns the front of Disney Wonder.
Of course, cast members masquerade through the ship in costumes of the famous Disney characters.
Disney art is featured on the walls and images of Disney characters appear everywhere.
Disney excels at promoting everything Disney so expect onboard shops to be full of Disney memorabilia.
Cruise Dysney Line offers three, four, seven and ten day cruises that sail from Disney’s own Port Canaveral near Orlando to popular spots in the Caribbean, including St. Maarten, Nassau, Antigua, Cozumel, St. Thomas, Grand Cayman Island, St. Lucia, and Key West.
All cruises stop at for a day at Castaway Cay, a private island developed by Disney solely for the enjoyment of Disney Cruise Line passengers.
The cruise can easily be combined with a stay at Walt Disney World; passengers can stay at Disney World for several days before or after a cruise for one price that includes transportation on, what else, a Disney bus to or from Port Canaveral.
And with the latest technology, tourists check in only once and the key card issued to them unlocks both their hotel and stateroom doors.