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This week’s topic: 

Disney Cruise Line

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When my family first heard about the Disney Cruise Line, I never even thought about it. It sounded like a way to be “Disney-ish” without actually going to Disney World, or Disneyland, and I really didn’t like that idea.

If I’m doing Disney, I’m going to do it right by going to one of the parks. 

But, as I get to know Disney a little more, and realize that Disney Cruise Line is more than any other cruise line, I have decided that I NEED to go on a Disney Cruise if I ever get the opportunity.

While the Disney Cruises are more than a Carnival cruise or Royal Caribbean, they’re also way more. They’ve got the Disney magic and that makes a huge difference in someone like me. 

Photo Courtesy of Lori from Adventures in the Great Wide Somewhere
Photo Courtesy of Lori from Adventures in the Great Wide Somewhere

There are many destinations to choose from, but I’m pretty sure I would go to either the Bahamas, or the Caribbean. I don’t want a cruise to last more than a few days, and those are some of the shortest. They give you time to enjoy yourself on the boat, but they’re also short enough so that you can spend a few days at Disney World spending times in the parks as well. 

Photo Courtesy of Lori from Adventures in the Great Wide Somewhere
Photo Courtesy of Lori from Adventures in the Great Wide Somewhere

There are character encounters, deck parties and awesome food aboard all of the Disney Cruise Lines. Let me just say, if the food is anywhere near as good as it is as Walt Disney World, I’m going to be pleasantly surprised when I get there someday!

While I know VERY LITTLE about Disney Cruise Line, I hope to be able to research it more so I can be well prepared when I step aboard one of the 4 Disney ships! 

Have you ever been on a Disney Cruise? If so, what’s your favorite part? 

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  • Yes, I have! My favorite parts? The sheer majesty of watching the sun rise at sea while jogging around deck 4, the delight of bumping into Stitch in the hallway or Donald at the elevator bank or Belle plopped down reading to children on the floor in a hallway, the magic of time to get to know the amazing cast members are all in my top list. My favorite would be the moment you are announced as you board and look up at the astonishing atrium and cry. Or at least I do.

  • Thank you for sharing your rundown of what happens on cruises. I’ve thought I’ve wanted to do one, but I don’t really research it beyond what I stumble upon. And Lori’s comment just makes me want to go even more! – Jerusha, TheDisneyChef.com